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Mount Maunganui skate park relocates to fresh new location

Mount Maunganui’s Dialled Indoor Skate and Tramp Park has relocated to a fresh new location which is still conveniently on Triton Ave. The indoor Skatepark has been open at the new location, number 13 Triton Ave, for a few weeks already and the all new Tramp Park opens this Saturday the 22nd February.

Dialled Indoor promote active fun and have seen the opportunities the park has given to kids for getting off the couch and out from behind the computer screen. Perfect for those wanting to show off and practice their latest moves, technique and tricks in a safe and supervised environment or simply have a ball bouncing up a storm on the trampolines or riding a stunt scooter, BMX or skateboard.
The new building has given the team at Dialled Indoor the opportunity to rebuild the park not only bigger and better but with some new and exciting features. Professionally built and run, the Skatepark has some of the most amazing ramps and features around including two areas for different skill levels, resi ramp, and foam pit. The impressive new Tramp Park is host to floor tramps, wall tramps, littlies tramp area, parent surveillance platforms surrounding the park and its own massive foam pit!

Dialled Indoor also offers a relaxing parent area with free Wi-Fi, coffee and big screen TV. Inside you'll also find an array of other activities to keep everyone occupied such as nerf target practice, air hockey, and video games. There is an onsite shop and workshop and the experienced staff can help with technical repairs, advice on parts or help you find the perfect gift.

Open 7 days a week offering multiple sessions for Scooters, Bikes, Skateboards, Rollerblades and Tramps. As well as individuals, Dialled Indoor caters for birthday parties, holiday programmes,
school and daycare visits and offers scooter and BMX schools.

For more information see www.dialled.co.nz or pop along and pay Dialled Indoor's new location a visit. Bigger and better their famous indoor skate and tramp parks have just been rebuilt and are ready for you to enjoy.

Dialled Indoor Mount Maunganui – 13 Triton Ave, Mount Maunganui – 07 574 5923 – dialledtga@vodafone.co.nz
www.facebook.com/DialledIndoorSkatepark
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