Airhouse Adventure Park is opening its doors to the public on Jan. 7, 2022, at 1101 Outlet Collection Way. Photo courtesy of Airhouse Adventure Park.

Airhouse Adventure Park is opening its doors to the public on Jan. 7, 2022, at 1101 Outlet Collection Way. Photo courtesy of Airhouse Adventure Park.

Multi-activity adventure park to open in Auburn

Airhouse Adventure Park will offer laser tag, trampolines and dodgeball among other activities

A new indoor “adventure house” is coming to Auburn.

Airhouse Adventure Park is opening its doors to the public on Jan. 7, 2022, according to a press release from the company.

The adventure house, located at 1101 Outlet Collection Way, will feature 13 different activities including extreme dodgeball, laser tag and a ninja course, according to the release. You can view all of the activities on the Airhouse Adventure Park website.

The laser tag arena at the Auburn facility is a three-story industrial-style building within the park, said Adam Lester of Airhouse Adventure Park.

The adventure house will feature one- and two-hour adventures as well as private birthday parties and events for parties of any size, according to the release.

In addition to the activities, there will be an in-house restaurant with pizza, sandwiches and other snacks.

Safety is a primary concern of Airhouse Adventure Park, so they will clean and sanitize the equipment daily, according to the release. This will be the third Airhouse Adventure Park and the first on the West Coast. There is one in Colorado and one in Ohio where the company is based.

Airhouse plans to work with community organizations to host fundraisers and other events to benefit the community, according to the release.

There are no age restrictions for the adventure park, although some activities will be difficult for people under 48 inches tall, Lester said. Younger kids can enjoy the trampoline court and soft play area, Lester said. Admission to the soft play area is $8, Lester said.

During the month of December, Airhouse will be doing tours of their Auburn facility on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays from 2-6 p.m. so you can get a sneak peek of the adventure park, Lester said.


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