Athletics & Sports
DEFY New Orleans (Previously Sector6 Extreme Air Sports)
6 locals recommend ·
About this place
Sector6 Extreme Air Sports is an adrenaline junkie’s paradise! We have trampolines, foam pits, an aerial obstacle course, euro wall running, and much more.
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If your kids like to jump like most kids. Location is far out from house location though.
Big jump house with lots of games such as dodgeball, basketball, and free jump.
Ok you might think I'm crazy but this place is so much fun! It's a giant trampoline park and ninja warrior type course. My favorite part is the trampoline dodgeball. It's best to go during 'Club Night' on the weekends where there blacklights, club music and its ages 14 plus. You will sweat.
This place is way too fun. Trampolines are just the beginning, then its on to dodge ball, flip zones, obstacle courses and more. The walls are black with graviti and it's always quiet because of all the foam.
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