Get Air in Regina is now open. Masks are not mandatory, but are highly recommended. Staff are taking temperature checks at the door and anyone experiencing a fever will not be admitted.
1902 Turvey Rd (306) 988 8899
Entrance Fees: Group rates, daily deals, and discounts available. Visit Get Air's website for more information. Everyone must wear or purchase grippy socks. Socks are $3 per pair and are reusable.
"Big Air" (Over 56") One Hour – $14 Two Hours – $22 Three Hours – $25
"Little Air" (Under 46") One Hour – $8 Two Hours – $14 Three Hours – $17
*"Every jumper under 46 inches must be under the supervision of a parent or legal guardian. Little Air jumpers are allowed in Little Air, foam pits, basketball, slacklines, fidget ladders and other one-at-a-time obstacles. Big jumpers and little jumpers aren’t allowed to jump together to keep all jumpers safe" (Getairsports.com).
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible and stroller friendly--except the highest floor which is pictured below. Get Air Regina offers a dedicated time just for jumpers with special needs. Music is played at a lower volume and the park’s atmosphere is calmer. One parent or guardian can support jumpers on the trampoline for free. Siblings of jumpers are welcome to jump for the same price, but should be more careful during this time. For more information please visithttps://getairsports.com/regina/events/special-needs/. Food: Bringing outside food is discouraged. However, there is a table dedicated to little water and snack breaks. Snacks available for purchase. Washrooms: Restrooms with change tables available.
dodge ball area
Hours: Open Daily 10am-8pm Toddler Time: MWF, 10am-12pm Club Air: Friday and Saturday 9pm-Close Special Time Just For You: (exclusive to jumpers with special needs and their families): Saturdays 8am-10am
SPECIAL HOURS *Jumpers under 46 inches and their parents are the only ones allowed to jump during Toddler Time. **Club Air is for jumpers over 46 inches only. You must be 9 years or older. ***Special needs jumpers and their families are the only ones allowed to jump during Special Time Just for You.
Regina and these playspaces are situated on Treaty 4 territory, the original lands of the Cree, Ojibwe, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. Provided by the Government of Saskatchewan and offered by the University of Regina, there is a Cree language learning resource available under "Schools and play."