Altitude Trampoline Park Delivers Top-Tier Guest Experiences Through Its Newest Park Prototype
Altitude Trampoline Park, one of the world’s largest family entertainment franchises, has begun rolling out its first round of “Altitude Basecamp” park models as new franchise owners sign on to build parks in their communities. Designed for markets of any size, Altitude’s “Basecamp” model provides franchise owners with several core Altitude attractions giving them the ability to be the “Walt Disney” of their local communities.
The design of Altitude parks is extremely important to delivering a top-tier guest experience, which in turn drives the business success of its franchise owners. The new prototype is only one example of the active entertainment brand’s continuous efforts to develop indoor parks that meet the demands of the market and fit within the desired real estate site.
Here are three things readers should know about how “Altitude Basecamp” further elevates the free play experience for its young guests and their families.
Labor & Safety Conscience Design
Altitude’s number one priority is the health and safety of its guests and team members. With the streamlined and efficient design of the “Altitude Basecamp” model, sightlines to various attractions in the park have been improved to benefit of parents and park employees, both of whom keep a watchful eye on kids as they play. Not only can parents feel confident in knowing they can check up on their kids, but the added security means employees can now communicate more openly throughout various areas of the park. The activities are also designed to take up less space to reduce labor costs for franchise owners.
Higher Capacity and Return Visit Attractions
Altitude maintains a strong focus on fully utilizing all areas of the park and creating new experiences for guests to increase the frequency of return visits. To encourage this, the “Altitude Basecamp” model contains attractions that are exciting and exclusive to the brand. This includes attractions such as “The Floor is Lava,” which imitates a childhood classic, simulated golf and AR-compatible offerings like Multi Ball. These stimulating attractions keep families coming back to experience it again, encouraging repeat visits and increased frequency.
Augmented Reality Elements
The future of indoor entertainment franchises will involve more technologically driven attractions. While VR had a surge in popularity a few years ago, augmented reality elements are taking over across the globe. AR is less virtual, but users of these types of attractions are more in contact with the real world, which Altitude aims to encourage among the families its locations serve. One such attraction, ValoJump, is a trampoline-based interactive game platform that creates an immersive digital experience for the user and this can be found in select Altitude locations. Guests who play with this attraction can compete to jump and catch a ball, explore new superpowers and record their performance and play it back. This type of attraction combines digital storytelling with physical movements and allows kids to improve their balance and coordination. Core to Altitude’s mission, these types of attractions provide kids and families a space for active family fun as well as innovative technology.
To learn more about Altitude Trampoline Park and its franchise opportunity, please visit altitudefranchise.com.
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