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Since its miraculous makeover from asphalt wasteland to thriving coastal parkland, the Presidio's Crissy Field has become San Francisco's favorite spot to show off its active side. Here, you'll find that remnants of the airfield's former life have been artfully transformed into indoor recreation spaces. Fittingly, one historic biplane hangar is now home to House of Air, a trampoline park inviting us all to take flight for an hour or two.
House of Air's 8,000 square feet of conjoined trampolines are thoughtfully divided to suit different ages, interests, and activities – everything from joyful jumping to competitive dodgeball. Kids aged 3 to 6 have their own court staffed at all times by "air-traffic controllers" who engage children in safe play.
High flyers – ages 7 and up – hoping to catch YouTube-worthy air can book sessions in the Training Ground and access its competition-grade trampolines and safety harnesses. Gymnasts, skiers, and boarders use the Training Ground classes and one-on-one sessions with professionals to add to their bag of aerial tricks.
Trampoline sessions can be booked by the hour, and you'll be required to sign a waiver. Note that weekend slots tend to fill up a few days in advance, so book early for those coveted times. They also offer kid camps and adult classes. Check their website for hours of operation.
House of Air is located between Planet Granite and La Petite Baleen. Paid parking is available in this area, but is challenging on weekends. The Muni 30 stops nearby at the Sports Basement parking lot.
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