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Join the association for one of the newest and fasted growing entertainment industries.

The International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP) was founded in 2012 by a group of industry representatives who saw the need to have a unified voice for trampoline parks and courts worldwide. Since that time, they have been actively engaged in building a strong foundation for the industry based on education and safety.

Effective September 1, 2016 the IATP will move to an Annual Renewal. All memberships will be valid through August 31, 2017 and will be prorated based on the month that you join the IATP. Please note that our dues structure has also changed:

Regular Park Member Dues

1 Park over 5,000 sq ft of trampoline court space - $1000.00

1 Park under 5,000 sq ft of trampoline court space - $500.00

2-5 Parks - $850.00/per park

6-40 Parks - $700.00/per park

41+ Parks - $500.00/per park

Developing Park Member Dues

$500/per year

Associate/Supplier Member Dues

$500.00/per year

Membership Types (Click the appropriate link below to complete your online application.)

 Regular Member  is defined as any individual or entity that is engaged in the business of leisure and entertainment that includes in whole or in part the operation or management of an indoor commercial trampoline court.

* Please note requirements to apply for IATP Membership in the United Kingdom and Australia 

  Developing / Prospect Park Member  is defined as any individual or entity that is in the early development of a leisure and entertainment location that includes in whole or in part the operation or management of an indoor commercial trampoline court, with the number of courts not yet being determined.

  Associate Member is defined as any individual or entity engaged in selling products or services to Regular Members of the Association.

Membership Dues are non-refundable. Membership may be suspended or terminated for nonpayment of dues, violation of Bylaws or any agreement, rule or practice properly adopted by the Association, or any other conduct prejudicial to the interest of the Association. Membership is not active until payment has been completed. 

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A taxpayer cannot deduct the part of dues or other contributions to a trade association that is used for legislative activities.