It's a hyper kid's dream in the making, 10,000 square feet of jumping around.
Developer John Wise is the brain child behind the future Jump Park in downtown Chattanooga.
The facility just across from Finley Stadium will feature a cafe, party rooms, a yoga studio, and of course lots of trampolines.
"It's better than going to a party village and eating cotton candy. We wanted to do something more exercize oriented," said Wise.
Since exercizing on these trampolines can burn up to a thousand calories per hour, the projects marketing manager Maura Lambert hopes to attract adults too.
"Aerobics, zumba air, believe it or not they can do zumba on the trampolines. People who are training, fighters training. They'll be hanging punching bags. It's a great workout for that," said Lambert.
The Jump Park is still under construction, but developers plan on opening in November.
You'll be able to pay to jump by the hour, and later on, month long passes should be available.