MACON, Ga. — A new indoor family theme park could be coming to Macon if it gets approved by the Bibb zoning board in two weeks.
According to a filing on the board's agenda for the Oct. 28, 2019, meeting, it would be at 156 Tom Hill Sr. Blvd. at a space left vacant by Kmart when it closed at the top of 2018.
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The application documents say it would be an Urban Air Adventure Park.
The company's site currently lists a Macon location as 'Coming Soon' and renderings show space for go-karts, indoor skydiving, an indoor coaster, rock climbing, laser tag, a ropes course, bumper cars, dodgeball, arcade games, and trampolines.
The application says it would be open 7 days a week, with extended hours in the summer. They also plan to hire around 100 people.
Pricing information for the Urban Air location in McDonough can be found below:
It's worth noting that another trampoline park, Sky Zone, is located on the other side of Tom Hill Sr. Boulevard, and Pin Strikes is nearby on Sheraton Drive.
Editor's Note: The video in this article contains photos from other locations. We used it to show people what it could look like on the inside.
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