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American Ninja Warrior Adventure Park is coming to Southern California

by Samantha Davis-Friedman

American Ninja Warrior Adventure Park, a new obstacle course experience based on the hit NBC show “American Ninja Warrior,” will allow participants to test their ninja skills in Santa Ana, Calif.

American Ninja Warrior Adventure Park
Renderings courtesy of American Ninja Warrior Adventure Park

Created by Air Park USA in collaboration with Universal Live Entertainment (a division of Universal Parks & Resorts) and inspired by the popular show – now in its 14th season – the 17,000 square-foot American Ninja Warrior Adventure Park is set to open at MainPlace Mall in early July.

The one-of-a-kind adventure park experience will combine fitness and fun, allowing participants to channel their inner ninja on a 10,000-square-foot inflatable obstacle course and truss obstacles, including Monkey Swings, Spider Walls, Tilting Logs, Floating Bridges, and of course, the famous Warped Wall.

“We are bringing the hit television show to main street U.S.A.,” said Adrian Griffin, CEO of American Ninja Warrior Adventure Parks, a division of Air Park USA. “You won’t have to be a top-level athlete to participate, which allows fans of all ages to engage in the fun!”

American Ninja Warrior Adventure Park

Each American Ninja Warrior-inspired course will be designed with optimal safety as the top priority and will be graded for difficulty, so participants can compete against each other (and themselves) to achieve their best times and “level up” through repeat visits.

“The incredible obstacles that have inspired such awe and admiration on ‘American Ninja Warrior’ for the past 13 years will soon be available to its millions of fans,” said Universal Parks & Resorts Global Business Development President Michael Silver. “While the obstacles will be scaled down from the television course, the experience will be just as thrilling.”

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