Action City reveals new feature attraction

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- A local family fun center is revealing its new feature attraction.

Action City announced it will put in a 20,000 foot trampoline park. It will be a part of Action City's 30,000 foot expansion that will be done in two phases.

The first phase will be an outdoor addition with motorized zip-lines and a much larger go kart road course.

Phase two will be an indoor expansion and will include a trampoline park and a "ninja warrior-like" obstacle area which is now scheduled to open in the middle of December.

“We wanted to do something big but we wanted to make sure we picked the right attraction for us. We had the opportunity to build it a little faster and open it in the middle of December of this year as opposed to what we told everybody for September of next year,” said Benny Anderson, resort general manager.

After the expansions are complete, Action City's facilities will be 90,000 square feet. Action City says it hasn't had a major expansion in about 10 years

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