A new indoor trampoline park could soon bounce into the city of Franklin.
Nichole and Anthony Rains, of Martinsville, are in the process of securing the location for an Urban Air trampoline park.
If business negotiations go as planned, the park will be in the former Main Street Market grocery building at 1172 N. Main St.
The new park will be similar to the popular trampoline park, Sky Zone, which is opening more locations on the south side of Indianapolis.
Urban Air trampoline parks have wall-to-wall trampolines and typically offer dodge ball, a trampoline runway, a foam pit and more, according to Urban Air’s website.
A new Urban Air location recently opened in Bloomington, and one is expected to open in Carmel by the end of the year.
Nichole and Anthony Rains are still early in the business process and have yet to officially secure the location.
But according to documents filed with Franklin’s redevelopment commission, the family is asking for a tax break.
Ticket prices for nearby locations start at $12.99 for an hour of trampoline jumping.
For $16.99, park goers can receive a one and a half hour all access pass to both the trampolines and the Urban Warrior Course.
The Urban Warrior Course is an obstacle course, similar to courses on the popular NBC show, American Ninja Warrior. Runners who achieve top times will receive a free t-shirt and their name on the leader board, according to Urban Air’s website.
The Rains’ do not have a timeframe as to when the Franklin location will open its door, but said they are currently working on business negotiations.