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Indoor trampoline park coming to Burnsville

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An indoor trampoline park is slated to open in the south metro early next year.

The Pioneer Press reports owners of Altitude Trampoline Park have finalized a lease for an 18,000 square-foot space in Burnsville's Burnhaven Mall across from the Burnsville Center.

City officials say no council action is needed because the business falls under permitted use.

A permit for the park was previously approved in Mendota Heights, but the company was unable to secure a lease.

The Pioneer Press says there are currently three other trampoline parks in the metro: Sky Zone in Plymouth and Oakdale, and also Zero Gravity in Mounds View.

Curt Skallerup, founder and operator of Altitude Trampoline Parks, says the plans include floor-to-wall trampolines, foam pits for tumbling and fitness classes. Skallerup hopes to open the Burnsville park in March.

Here's a look at Sky Zone:

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