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Man jumping on a trampoline at the House of Air in the Presidio.

House of Air Trampoline Park and Cafe

Reach new heights as you jump, flip, and fly at this indoor Crissy Field trampoline park.


Crissy Field Region


Recreation & Wellness, Food & Drink

Top Amenities

Muni Bus-accessible, Paid Parking, Venue for Rent, Accessible Parking, Accessible Restrooms

Located in a converted airplane hangar at Crissy Field, House of Air offers adrenaline seekers of all ages more than 8,000 square feet of trampolines.

Enjoy jump time, kids mini bouncing, aerial and physical training on trampolines, dodgeball, youth camps, and fitness classes. Then take a break at the Café and Hops Bar for pizza, wine, and beer.

House of Air is available for rent for private events from birthday parties to corporate team building.

Getting to House of Air Trampoline Park and Cafe

926 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94129

Map of the Presidio

By Public Transit

Muni Route: 30

Stop: Sports Basement Parking Lot


There’s paid Crissy Field parking in a lot next to House of Air and along Mason Street.

Why we love House of Air Trampoline Park and Cafe

There’s something for all ages here. Kids enjoy mini bounce, camps, and gymnastics. Adults can sign up for fitness classes, dodgeball leagues, and even private coaching. Anyone can drop in to bounce around. 


Accessibility at House of Air

There’s a parking space for those with mobility limitations near the main entrance to House of Air.

Insider Tip

The casual Café and Hop Bar inside House of Air serves up pizzas, snacks, coffee, and drinks. Just save the beer and wine until you’re done bouncing — once you’ve imbibed, you’re not permitted to return to the trampolines.

Café and snack bar at House of Air in the Presidio.Photo by Myleen Hollero.

Add Bounce to Your Life at House of Air

House of Air is one of the coolest things to do in the Presidio.

Drop in to Jump

Buy a pass for people aged seven years and up to access the open jump trampoline court and trampoline dodgeball court at House of Air website. Sessions are 60 minutes.

One of the Restaurants near Crissy Field

Bouncing can stir up the appetite, so after your jump, enjoy pizza, snacks, coffee, beer, and wine at the Café and Hops Bar.

Kid jumping on a trampoline at the House of Air in the Presidio.
Photo by Myleen Hollero.

Host an Event

Kids love birthdays at House of Air. It’s also a great spot to host a work team building event or a dodgeball-inspired party. Get the private event details on the House of Air website.

Historic Flight

House of Air is in a fitting location. It’s housed in a former air hangar built in 1921 when Crissy Field was the military’s first Air Coast Defense Station on the Pacific coast. What better place to take flight! The building contributes to the Presidio’s National Historic Landmark Status.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Reservations are recommended, but not required. Weekends and holidays tend to sell out in advance, so make sure to check the website for availability. 

Yes, gift cards are available for purchase. 

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