The Get Air trampoline park in Abbotsford will not be reopening. (File photo)

Get Air Abbotsford trampoline park permanently closes

Family fun facility not reopening after closure due to COVID-19

Abbotsford residents now have to look elsewhere to Get Air.

The Get Air trampoline park has been closed since COVID-19 restrictions were first put into place, but according to the company’s website the Abbotsford location is now permanently closed.

The attraction, which was located on South Fraser Way, originally opened in 2017.

It regularly hosted birthday parties and featured trampolines, dodgeball, ninja activities, a kiddie court, a foam pit, slamball, a slackline, a fidget ladder and massage chairs.

Trampoline parks were the subject of much discussion in recent years after the death of Jason Greenwood at a Richmond trampoline park on Jan. 20, 2018.

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