Indoor trampoline park coming to Burnsville


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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