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House Of Air, San Francisco

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  • What a special place. We took the place over for a private party of about 75 little ones, teenagers, adults aged from 3 to 80 and and all had a blast! Lots of variations on the trampoline theme.  more »
  • A trampoline Park with prices reasonable. Four different trays. A very nice and attentive staff
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  • The only other trampoline park we've been to is Rize in HongKong which is excellent. House of Air is very good with very helpful staff, good supervision and safety measures and decent amount of space....  more »
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  • I been going to this place used to be a 5 star but not anymore. I have been good to House of Air for such a long time and really enjoyed how the staff was so nice and now it’s terrible because the staff really don’t care so they aways on there phone and not Paying attention at all. The place is only fun sometimes now when adults play dodgeball but when it’s dead it’s boring as heck. TheFree jumps gets boring way to quickly. I would add more things that do so people won’t get bored.
  • If you do one thing, play trampoline dodgeball!! I laughed, I wheezed, I served, got served, and had the best of times. Cool location, tucked away near Crissy Field. Chill staff that are watching to make sure no one gets hurt, but who also let people have fun. This is my go to trampoline location. ... I love the rocket penguin logo.
  • Kids 6 and under are in a separate area. For a 6 year old, the area was too small without much to do. It's fine for toddlers. Big disappointment for my son.
  • It is so fun to jump there. You can jump way higher than with a regular trampoline and it feels like you are in jumping heaven!
  • Overall a great experience, spoiled by a single employee with a power complex. Tl;Dr - I won't be coming back until he is gone, and if this is how they treat adults I especially advise against leaving young children here. I didn't have my glasses so I couldn't see the employee well, but he was short and based on his attitude I'm guessing a teenager. I was there on a corporate outing, so a group of folks who've never trampolined in our lives and were just there to have a good time. The kid was assigned to us as we began a game of dodgeball. First, he was purposefully deaf to our multiple requests for the rules (we do have internationals here!) until he got frustrated that we weren't starting when he said start. Second, he was unnecessarily rude ("why can't you guys just line up when I say so????" As we were slowly meandering out after a game. Sorry, we're not kids, we do get tired and slow :) ) Third, each time a side started losing he'd jump in to 'help', but it mostly seemed a way to show everyone up. Yes, I know you are capable of spin jumping and headshotting someone backwards, but that's wholly unnecessary as they were still trying to get up from tripping over. Speaking of headshots, I'm pretty sure he said it was against the rules, but most of the violations were by him against us, and he threw by far the hardest. His supervisor actually stepped in to tell him to cut it out, but the kid just continued on by jumping a little lower so the other employees couldn't see him doing it behind the walls. So yeah, typical teenager for you. But it doesn't make for a pleasant experience, and so while I'm excited about trampolining now I'll be looking for a different venue. I'd also be wary leaving young children here with this employee, he doesn't seem like he'd care very much about their safety.

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