ASTM International Committee on Amusement Rides and Devices Honors David Schaeffer

Posted on November 1st, 2018 by ASTM International
David Schaeffer, co-founder of House of Air Trampoline Parks headquartered in San Francisco, California, USA, was honored with the Award of Appreciation by ASTM International’s committee on amusement rides and devices (F24). A member since 2012, Schaeffer was honored for his hard work and dedication in leading a task group revising a practice for trampoline courts. Schaeffer has served as the co-founder of House of Air Trampoline Parks since 2009, ...

I Tried a Full-Body Trampoline Workout, and Here’s Why I’d Go Back Again and Again

Posted on June 20th, 2018 by Popsugar Fitness
Five minutes into our warmup, I was fully out of breath and my calves were burning like hell. And yet, I couldn't stop smiling because I felt like I was transported back to my childhood at some kid's birthday party. A couple of coworkers and I took the Air Conditioning workout class at San Francisco's House of Air, which is a massive trampoline amusement park for children and adults alike.

Offbeat Activities for Your Next Vacation

Posted on May 5th, 2018 by AFAR Magazine
It's hard to please everyone when planning a trip for a group or family vacation, but choosing unconventional activities greatly increases your chances. Fly board on Lake Las Vegas, throw axes in Whistler, or ski inside a Dubai mall and enjoy your best vacation yet. This refurbished airplane hangar on scenic Crissy Field calls itself an adrenaline park. Inside, kids and adults alike blow off steam in an 8,000-square-foot trampoline ...

Blind Date: Something in the Air

Posted on April 30th, 2018 by The San Diego Union-Tribune

Pacific Beach locals Brittany and Nate are about to meet for the first time in what might be the longest car ride of their lives. First, the EPIC Limo picked up Brittany, a budding event planner. And minutes later, it arrived at Nate’s place, where the jetpack instructor’s roommates strummed guitars and serenaded Brittany as their fun-loving friend climbed inside the luxurious ride.

House of Air SpringFest celebrates San Diego

Posted on April 26th, 2018 by CBS 8

SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) - House of Air is putting on a first of its kind SpringFest event Saturday.

SpringFest is designed to celebrate San Diego and gather families and friends together in a fun setting and give back to the community.

House of Air Trampoline Parks Expand to Texas

Posted on February 6th, 2018 by PRWeb
Communities in the south Fort Worth area will soon be able to enjoy a new family entertainment venue centered around adrenaline-based fun for the entire family. House of Air Trampoline Parks will open their newest trampoline park, located in Crowley, Texas, on Saturday, March 10, 2018.

Adrenaline Park: Thrill seekers are flipping out over new park

Posted on August 30th, 2017 by Jeff Zevely, Reporter -
SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) - You only get one chance to make a first impression. In Tuesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff gets the very first look at Carlsbad's new adrenaline park called House of Air. The House of Air opens on Thursday. The company hopes to open two more parks in Texas and Poland by the end of the year.

Two new North County sports attractions open next week

Posted on August 29th, 2017 by The San Diego Union Tribune
Two North County attractions opening this month will join the growing list of places where adventurous people can go to bounce, leap, hang, climb or otherwise spend time suspended above the ground.

House of Air Trampoline Park Launching International Franchise Opportunities

Posted on December 17th, 2015 by PRWeb
As one of the originators of the modern day trampoline park, House of Air opened its first location to rave reviews in 2010 near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Now, House of Air Co-Founder, Dave Schaeffer is excited to announce that, "After spending the last five years perfecting our aerial experience, we are prepared to offer 'Flight to the Flightless' internationally." House of Air is going global with new international franchise opportunities.

Rain, Rain, Come and Stay – The Best Indoor Spots to Play

Posted on November 2nd, 2015 by Red Tricycle

If El Nino really does grace us with its presence this year (please, please, please!) you’ll need to have a plan B in place for when your go-to playground is socked in. The Bay Area is full of all sorts of indoor play spaces where you can slide, bounce, swing and climb while staying warm and dry. We’ve checked them out and recommend you do the same the next time …

Finding Flight at San Francisco’s House of Air

Posted on December 18th, 2013 by

In 2003, Dave Schaeffer and Paul McGeehan were jumping on a trampoline to practice snowboarding tricks, and so began the idea for House of Air, a place solely for, well, jumping. Where would such space be possible?

Best Gym and Trainers in San Francisco

Posted on July 29th, 2013 by Daily Candy

Don’t confuse the Air Conditioning classes at SF’s trampoline park for child’s play. The cardio-centric courses (ten minutes of jumping is the equivalent of 33 minutes of running) blast calories and put a bit of bounce back into your workout routine. House of Air, 926 Mason Street, at Crissy Field (415-345-9675 or

SF: 9 Fittest Towns of the West

Posted on August 14th, 2012 by Fox News

It’s easy to be fit out West, with big mountains, bike-friendly towns, and beaches that practically beg for a volleyball net. San Francisco, Calif. Catch some air at the House of Air trampoline park where the pros say you can bounce away at least 700 calories an hour, and we believe it. Or rent a decked-out bike at Sports Basement and the Presidio (pictured) is yours to explore. On Sunday …

Sheryl Sandberg Jumps for Joy

Posted on June 4th, 2012 by Mashable

Facebook’s stock may be dropping — as of Friday afternoon, it was at $27.52, down nearly $10 from its opening price — but Sheryl Sandberg is feeling light as a feather. Sandberg, the social network’s COO, updated her Facebook Timeline cover photo Friday with this picture of her doing an impressive split jump at the House of Air in San Francisco. Part of Sandberg’s job is to be a cheerleader …

Celebrate the Golden Gate’s 75th with these San Francisco treats

Posted on June 4th, 2012 by New York Daily News

It’s hard to imagine the San Francisco Peninsula and the Marin Headlands connected by anything but the Golden Gate Bridge, as if its iconic red beams — erected 75 years ago — were always part of the permanent landscape. An elaborate fireworks display recently commemorated the bridge’s 75th anniversary, but you can still celebrate on a smaller scale — and catch a lot more. Try shopping for some anniversary swag, …

Trampoline park, library earn architecture awards

Posted on May 9th, 2012 by San Francisco Chronicle

A branch library and an airplane hangar turned trampoline park are among the recipients of awards presented Thursday by the San Francisco chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The honor award for the architecture category – as in new structures – went to the office building for the Community Foundation of Santa Cruz, designed by Mark Cavagnero Associates. The 30-member firm was the top award recipient overall: It received …

West Coast ‘sister city’

Posted on May 8th, 2012 by The Vancouver Sun

BY ANDREW MCCREDIE, POSTMEDIA NEWS Okay, first thing I learned here is never, I mean never, refer to it as ‘Frisco.’ City by the Bay, no problem. The Paris of the West, sure. Even Baghdad by the Bay passes muster. But not Frisco, as I discovered on a number of occasions when uttering the F-word to the locals during a recent weekend getaway to San Fran. Who knew? Second thing …

Olympic Trampoline Quest for Two Brothers

Posted on May 4th, 2012 by Wall Street Journal

In 2008, Steven Gluckstein flubbed a trick in the U.S. Olympic trampoline finals, missing a trip to the Beijing Games. Now, what stands between him and a trip to the London Games is another Gluckstein: his younger brother Jeffrey. “I am not going to let my little brother beat me this year,” says Steven Gluckstein, 21 years old. Counters Jeffrey Gluckstein, 19: “Hopefully my best is just a little better …

Doyle Drive Closure

Posted on April 17th, 2012 by Presidio Parkway

Doyle Drive Closure – April 27-30th Doyle Drive will be closed April 27-30… because sometimes the fastest way to open is to close! This closure allows traffic to be shifted off Doyle Drive and onto a temporary, seismically safe roadway while the existing Doyle Drive is removed and the rest of the Presidio Parkway is built. What this means for you Traffic surrounding House of Air will be extremely heavy. …

High-Flying Fun at San Francisco’s House of Air

Posted on April 12th, 2012 by Marin Mommies

Everyone’s been telling us how much fun they’ve had at the House of Air, San Francisco’s indoor trampoline park, so we decided that it was high time we paid it a visit. House of Air is located in an historic airplane hangar at Crissy Field in the Presidio of San Francisco, and features 8,000 square feet of trampolines that allow you to jump, fly, flip, and have a blast. We …

Congrats to Tom Schaar on the world’s first 1080!

Posted on April 3rd, 2012 by ESPN Los Angeles

House of Air congratulates Tom Schaar on the worlds first 1080! Check out the video below! A 12-year-old boy added a new page to the history books of skateboarding this week, pulling off the first 1080, a three-rotation aerial maneuver that has eluded the world’s best for the past half-decade. At 4:11 p.m. Monday, Tom Schaar, after just a handful of attempts, landed the groundbreaking trick while skating the MegaRamp …

Crissy Field

Posted on March 8th, 2012 by CheapOair

San Francisco’s Crissy Field is a shining example of what revitalization and restoration can do for a destination. Today locals and tourists alike flock to enjoy the beaches, promenade, and recreation opportunities, but up until the new millennium this waterfront stretch was definitely not one of San Francisco’s premier destinations. Crissy Field’s history is rich and varied. Up until the late 1700’s, the land Crissy Field now calls home was …

Superior Solutions to Beat Childhood Obesity

Posted on January 26th, 2012 by Yahoo! Sports

In the United States, up to 1 in every 5 kids is either overweight or obese. Sadly, the number of overweight children is increasing rather than decreasing. Children that are overweight are in danger of staying that way into adulthood, which increases their likelihood of getting long term illnesses, including diabetes and heart disease. In addition, kids and adolescents that are heavier than average are more likely to become depressed, …

A Trampoline Workout Class in San Francisco

Posted on October 10th, 2011 by Don't Ever Look Back
There's a hidden gem in San Francisco located within a historic airplane hangar in The Presidio. Yes, it involves flying – but you're going to be just a few feet above the ground with this adventure because The House of Air is an indoor trampoline park that has been in operation since September 2010. After discovering House of Air's website and finding out that 10 minutes of jumping on a ...

Powell Peralta Skate Team visits HOA, Living Skate Legend Steve Caballero rocks HOA gear!

Posted on September 21st, 2011 by Concrete Disciples

Ozzie Ausband wrote: Dawn came too early and night time falls too late … a frenetic pace. The text message came through to everyone. Deville: “Downstairs at the van. 11:45am” We quickly brushed our teeth and gathered our things. In a short time, the van was repacked and we were flying through traffic. Breakfast. Laughter. Advil. Caffeine. Stories of past tours. We cut our way up over the bay bridge …

Keen for the Trampoline

Posted on September 10th, 2011 by Oakland Magazine

We all need to get our butts off the couch — that much is for sure. But finding the activity that is going to motivate one to exercise regularly can be the difference between getting in shape and getting better at making excuses not to go. But the new trend in exercise and just plain fun will have grown-ups everywhere off the couch and jumping for joy. “We built this …

House of Air / Mark Horton / Architecture

Posted on August 27th, 2011 by ArchDaily

House of Air, started in 2010 by two young entrepreneurs interested in the action sports world, is a trampoline facility that caters to the discriminating taste of the young, energetic and affluent population of active San Francisco. The breathtaking site is at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge and in the Golden Gate National Park, with expansive views out to the San Francisco Bay that become even more apparent …

A Business Idea That Really… Bounced!

Posted on August 5th, 2011 by BNET

When it comes to business ideas — this one really stuck — er, bounced. House of Air is a trampoline park that spans over 22 thousand square feet in a former aircraft hanger in San Francisco’s Crissy Fields. Founder Dave Schaeffer says that managing such a large — and unusual — business operation was daunting at first. “I took a bunch of business classes to make sure that we weren’t …

Grown-up Dodgeball at House of Air

Posted on August 5th, 2011 by San Francisco Chronicle

Mat Mullen, 25, was flying in the air, hurtling rubber balls at his opponents and crashing against mesh walls – before heading out to the bar with some new friends. Trampoline Dodgeball, held at the House of Air trampoline park in the Presidio, may be the best “pre-game” scene in San Francisco. Players form teams of 10 who spend most of the evening hurtling off the floor and the walls …

House of Air Trampoline Facility Wins National Architecture and Engineering Award

Posted on August 1st, 2011 by American Institute of Steel Construction
(Chicago, IL) – The House of Air trampoline facility at Presidio Building 926 in San Francisco has earned national recognition in the 2011 Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel awards program (IDEAS2). In honor of this achievement, members of the project team will be presented with awards from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) during a ceremony at the House of Air location at the Presidio ...