The Region’s new hidden gem expands to wider audiences

Nalaya Ochoa, Staff reporter

The region’s Hammond Kube Sports Complex looks to attract diverse audiences with their new trampoline park. Available to all ages, families are able to enjoy a hockey game while occupying their children.

The Air Kube features a ninja obstacle course, trampoline basketball, rock climbing, a kids’ playground with a ball pit, and interactive video games.

This regional attraction normally serves as home for the Bishop Noll Warriors hockey team, as well as the Munster High School and Purdue Northwest hockey teams.
One benefit of this Hessville based complex saves patrons time from standing in the long lines that await you at Skyzone.

“From working at the new trampoline park I could say the best feature is probably our veto walls. They are interactive walls that you can climb on and then a screen projects and you’re able to play games on them,” said senior Richard Bozek, Air Kube employee and assistant captain to the Bishop Noll hockey team.

Visitors can gain admission for 60 minutes, 90 minutes or 120 minutes and must rent special socks for $3 to bounce around. Also it can be rented out to host multiple birthday parties at the same time. The facility has four birthday party rooms that can fit up to 20 people.

Meanwhile, if anyone gets hungry, you can grab a snack from concessions or if you’re an adult you can head over to the bar and enjoy a view of the ice rink.

“I feel like that place is a hidden gem and a go- to place for me and my boys,” said senior Tahj Aloford. “From my third time going, it only gets better and my favorite feature would be the area where you can dunk while in the air.”