Did you know that North America’s largest trampoline is located northeast of Toronto? That’s right. uplå is opening in Stouffville on June 23, 2023, to allow you to bounce among the trees.
The thrilling aerial forest attraction, which features North America’s largest outdoor trampolines, promises to deliver an extraordinary adventure that combines thrilling activities with a nature-inspired experience. Following the success of uplå’s first location in Mont Saint Grégoire, Quebec, Treetop Trekking is bringing this unique concept to Ontario. Designed and produced by The Trekking Group, uplå is a suspended world that allows visitors to enjoy a playful experience in the treetops while having fun in a universe of nets.
We are dedicated to making the great outdoors accessible to everyone, which is why we pushed the boundaries of outdoor recreation and created uplå, a revolutionary way for people to experience nature in a fun, active, and eco-friendly manner”, said Jean-François Couture, Chief Marketing Officer at The Trekking Group. “We believe uplå will provide an unforgettable experience for individuals seeking adventure and a chance to disconnect from screens and everyday stress while reconnecting with nature in a unique and exciting way.”
The uplå park in Stouffville features a mega-trampoline with nine interconnected jumping surfaces, complete with pathways, a two-story trampoline, slides, vertical tunnels, and a spiral entrance, offering visitors a wide range of exciting activities to enjoy. The Trekking Group has successfully created a new nature-oriented attraction on a Toronto Regional Conservation Authority (TRCA) property that seamlessly integrates with its natural surroundings
This is the perfect family-friendly summer activity to get you bouncing all summer long. The trapeze-style trampoline makes it easy to leap, bound and bounce your way through the interconnected tunnels. If you’re in need of a rest the upper area has relaxing bean bag chairs that you can access from a ramp or by climbing up the tunnel. For a quick escape, tuck your shirt in, cross your feet and slide down the interwoven slides.