Advice for reopening your trampoline park or playground
Reopening playgrounds and trampoline parks covid-19
The coronavirus has a major impact on our society. While all sectors of the world’s economy are affected by the coronavirus, the leisure industry has been hit particularly hard. The doors of trampoline parks, playgrounds, sports locations, restaurants and holiday parks have been closed for weeks.
We hope that all these organizations will be able to welcome visitors again soon. The government will determine when the time is right for the reopening of leisure parks. As an entrepreneur, it is important to be prepared for the reopening. You can reduce the chances of infection of visitors and staff by taking precautions.
Advice from the leisure industry associations IAAPA and IATP
The American leisure industry organisations IAAPA, International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions and IATP, International Association for Trampoline Parks, share a covid-19 reopening guidance for leisure parks.
IAAPA: Covid-19 reopening guidance
In this report you will find principles and considerations compiled by attractions operators around the world in consultation with an epidemiologist. They are designed to provide approaches for you to consider as you reopen your leisure park during this hard period of covid-19. Not all of these considerations will apply to your operation or facility type; however, the information outlined is intended to help you develop or review the plan that will work best for your attraction.
NEW: second edition of Covid-19 reopening guidance
Open Covid-19 reopening guidance IAAPA (3rd edition - update October 2020)
IATP: guidelines reopening
The IATP shares a guidebook to utilize as a checkpoint as you begin to reopen parks following the coronavirus. This report includes information about the maintenance of your park, the safety of visitors and employees and more.