Are you looking for a fun, family-friendly activity in Rexburg? Look no further.

The Gravity Factory is the brainchild of Josh Anderson, Zach Davis and Jeff McKinlay who all co-own the business. All three grew up near Rexburg, attended Ricks College and wanted to bring a family-friendly venue for activities to the area.

"We've all stayed here to raise our families," said Davis. "It's just one of those opportunities to bring something back to the community where people can go and have fun from all ages from toddlers to adults."  

The Gravity Factory has more than 12,000 square feet of trampolines, a ninja warrior course, a climbing wall and a bounce house for kids.

"Basically it's a recreational area for people to come and hang out and have a ton of fun," said Anderson.

One of the big reasons Anderson, Davis and McKinlay wanted to open the Gravity Factory was because there are not many indoor activities to do in the long, Rexburg winters. 

"There's just not a lot for kids to do," said Davis, "especially in the winter time up here unless you're really into the outdoors."

Since BYU-Idaho's campus and the city of Rexburg is growing, the three thought it would be a great to bring a trampoline park here. 

"We looked across the country and thought 'This is a concept that's growing. It's a trend that's not going to end for a long, long time, there's a lot of opportunity in the market space and Rexburg's a great place to put our first park and expand from there,'" said Davis.

Anderson said all three owners own and run multiple businesses and that the Gravity Factory is for the community of Rexburg rather than a business for themselves. 

"It's our way to give back, we don't necessarily need to make money off the project. This is something we wanted to do for the community, the college kids, the high school and junior high kids to give them a place to come play," said Anderson.

Not only will it be a place to play, but Anderson said it will be a place for kids to learn and grow.

"More importantly, it will give people an opportunity to explore," said Anderson. "There's not a lot of safe places for kids to be able to go explore in the world and try things."

Anderson said the Gravity Factory has more foam pits than any other trampoline park in Idaho or Utah combined which will allow kids to practice flips and dives in a safe environment. 

The Gravity Factory has professional gymnasts called Gravity Coaches who can teach kids how to do different tricks and flips. There will also be different classes offered like yoga and kickboxing. Some classes will be focused on mothers in the area.

"Mom's do a ton. They get more done in a day than I think anybody on planet earth," said Davis. "We are going to have exercise classes in the mornings that moms can come, exercise for an hour, we babysit the kids. We'll have Gravity Coaches that are there to take the kids and they'll wear them out so when mom's all done working out she can go home and put the kids down for a nap while she takes a shower and gets a few things done." 

Throughout the week the Gravity Factory will have specials for family night, youth groups and date nights.

The Gravity Factory officially opened May 23, 2017, and will have a grand opening on June 10, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. The event will include food trucks and many activities. 

More information about the Gravity Factory can be found on their website or their Facebook Page.

Click below to hear the full interview with Josh Anderson and Zach Davis.