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Recoil Trampoline Park Cuts Ribbon for New Virtual Reality Addition

Recoil Trampoline Park Cuts Ribbon for New Virtual Reality Addition

The Valdosta Chamber hosted a ribbon cutting for Recoil Trampoline Park at 3103 N Ashley St.

Recoil has a 30,000-square-foot indoor family playground built to keep you bouncing, jumping, and flying with wall-to-wall action. This week they opened their new expansion, Virtual Reality (VR) Hyperdeck games to the community.

These games allow up to four players at a time and the VR aspect allows users to hear, see, and feel as if they are living in the game. The new experience hits all your senses as you conquer your way through the adventure seeing the world around you, hearing the sounds, and feeling the wind and heat around you. Special Events and Marketing Coordinator Taylor McFarland says, “it’s an experience you won’t forget!”

Recoil is continuously brainstorming renovations and improvements to bring more fun to families in the community. They pride themselves on offering sensory-friendly events and areas of fun for all ages.

“Our major accomplishment is the heart of our business wasn’t about making a profit. Our owner, Trent Coggins, really was just fascinated with trampoline parks and the amount of laughter it brought to his family. Coggins gave us the opportunity to offer that fun to our community without having to drive an hour and a half away. He really has just kept that vision going with our biggest attraction, our moody air force base laser tag arena. For Recoil this is still the beginning of our growth.”

For more information, contact McFarland at (229) 375-2302, by email at, or online at

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