FRESNO, CA — July 6, 2016 – CircusTrix, the largest owner/operator of extreme recreation parks in the world, has announced the relocation and expansion of its park, SkyWalk, currently located in Madera, CA. The new park will be located at 363 N. Halifax, Clovis, CA.
Construction will begin this month, with a firm opening date to be announced.
“It’s so awesome for us to return to Fresno five years after the original SkyWalk was built and give the park a much-deserved upgrade” said Case Lawrence, CEO and founder of CircusTrix. “Since our start in 2011, we’ve opened over 30 parks across the globe and it all started right here in Fresno.”
The new SkyWalk park will be three times the size of the original park and will debut some of the company's latest innovations, including the X-Swing, Rock Climb Matrix and Parkour Pit. In typical CircusTrix fashion, the park will be constructed to ASTM standards, and operated by well-trained, safety-focused staff, making it an ideal environment to experience the thrills of extreme recreation in a safe setting.
CircusTrix was founded by Lawrence in 2011, and is a leading innovator in the world of extreme recreation. The Utah / California-based company has seen massive growth since its inception, opening dozens of parks around the world and signing endorsement deals with extreme obstacle athletes like Kevin Bull of American Ninja Warrior / Spartan Ultimate Team Challenge fame.
The park is slated for completion in Winter of 2016.
For more information, please visit http://www.skywalk.us/ or check out SkyWalk on Facebook.