Albuquerque has never had anything like GravityPark before.  Its young owner, Zane Hansen, prides himself on offering the perfect playground for the whole family. 

With its cutting edge design, GravityPark is an 18,000-square-foot facility that has over 60 trampolines built right into the floor. There are even angled wall trampolines, which offer a whole different dose of fun, with basketball hoops so you can show off your impressive, elevated dunking skills. No wonder admission comes in the form of “flight tickets.”

Trampoline fun at GravityPark — Photo courtesy of GravityPark

Walk-ins are welcome, but on the weekends and holidays, it is recommended to reserve your spot online. A maximum of 120 jumpers are allowed in, and they can sell out quickly. Jumpers are instructed to arrive 15 minutes prior to reservation. Get ready for some serious fun!

GravityPark in Albuquerque, NM — Photo courtesy of Jennifer Boren

Other activities offered at GravityPark include dodgeball, Club Gravity, jumping accompanied by a laser light show on the weekend evenings, work-out sessions called GravityFit and competitive team sports. You can even book your next birthday party or corporate team building event here.

Family Nights and Theme Nights are fun, and teens will love the offering of BounceBoards, which mimic the feeling of being a pro snowboarder performing aerial tricks.

The ball pit — Photo courtesy of GravityPark

Parents can rest easy, knowing their little ones won’t be trampled on by bigger kids. The park has a separate play area for ages six and under, and an accompanying adult can be admitted for free. Also, Kid Jump is a one-hour morning session set aside for this age group to have the whole place to themselves.

GravityPark is open every day except Sunday. Visit and you’ll see why Albuquerqueans are gravitating towards GravityPark!

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