Trampoline park puts the bounce back into the Colonnades

Oxygen Trampoline Park opens at the Colonnades off Purley Way next week

There’s been a new spring being put into the Colonnades Leisure Park this spring, with a trampoline centre opening there next month.

Built where the bowling alley once was just off the Purley Way, Oxygen Freejumping Park will be the company’s biggest yet, featuring the Bear Grylls Fitness Course, named after the television adventurer.

The park opens to the public on Monday, April 10, Croydon is Oxygen’s seventh trampoline park, and is packed floor to ceiling with what the owners say is “exciting and innovative equipment to get you bouncing, climbing, swinging”.

There are more than a dozen zones, including giant airbag, dodgeball courts, reaction walls, slam-dunk basketball hoops, bouldering wall and much more. That includes Bear Grylls Fitness, one of the country’s largest indoor obstacle courses, designed by the former Chief Scout.

When it opens, the park will offer a full timetable of jumping activities including airborne fitness classes for those looking for a gym that they can leave smiling, plus professional trampoline tutorials which the organisers say people go head over heels for, as well as special mother and toddler sessions and many other groups.

Prices range from £8 per person upwards for one-hour classes. For bookings, visit the website here.


  • Inside Croydon is Croydon’s only independent news source, still based in the heart of the borough. In 2016, we averaged 17,000 page views every week
  • If you have a news story about life in or around Croydon, a residents’ or business association or a local event to publicise, please email us with full details at inside.croydon@btinternet.com
Advertisements

About insidecroydon

News, views and analysis about the people of Croydon, their lives and political times in the diverse and most-populated borough in London. Based in Croydon and edited by Steven Downes. To contact us, please email inside.croydon@btinternet.com
This entry was posted in Activities, Sport, Waddon and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s