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Safari Trampoline Park Open In Williston


After a few years of taking his now 7 year old son to trampoline parks in Minot and Bismarck, Jay Surani broached the subject of a local park to Williston Economic Development. With their encouragement, Surani and his partners have built an incredible indoor entertainment center guaranteed to please all generations. Local artist James Griffin has used his amazing skills to create a safari décor that's just delightful.

In addition to the regular trampolines, visitors can jump and play basketball, or dodge ball, climb the rock walls, or navigate the obstacle course, all as safely as possible. Comfortable benches accommodate parents as they watch their kids have fun.

Take a break from jumping and try out the bumper cars, the wipe-out, or one of the many, many latest and greatest arcade games designed for all age levels. Fasten your seatbelt for a wild ride as you battle the aliens or zombies in the Gigamon, a game no one else has within 300-400 miles.

Enjoy pizza, fries or a donut and beverage in the dining room. Children will love to have a birthday party in one of the two specially decorated rooms at Safari Trampoline Park. Packages are available; please call to reserve your space.

Williston is home for Surani and his family. His two sons are 7 and 3 and he and his wife have another child on the way. "I wanted to do this for my children, and do it for all the children," he said.

Safari Trampoline Park is located at 3206 26th St. W., Williston. Their phone number is 701-572-2222. Visit their website at


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