SkyzonelogoBy Eric Heubusch

Sky Zone offers an experience seldom found anywhere else. The new location open on Adamo Drive by Home Depot and Old Time Pottery bolsters a facility engineered for fun.

“We have about 15,000 sq. ft. of just indoor trampolines,” said Alyssa Brich, the operations manager at Sky Zone. “We have three dodge ball courts, a main court, a Foam Zone, and Sky Slam.”

General admission starts at $11 for a single jumper. However, Sky Zone isn’t the only option when deciding how to spend an afternoon, Brich explained.

“We cover a broad spectrum of events,” Brich said. “We do birthday party packages, corporate events and fundraisers.”

Sky Zone offers opportunities for field trips, church groups, scouts and camps.

Brich also explained how Sky Zone appealed to a wide range of ages. It offers Toddler Time on Wednesday and Sunday where ages 5 and under can jump for $10 while being accompanied by a parent for free. Sky Zone also offers Skyrobics, an hour-long aerobics class taught by a fitness instructor.

Unique to Sky Zone are both its Foam Zone and Sky Slam. The Foam Zone has three lanes, is 4 ft. deep and filled with 10,000 square foam blocks. Sky Slam allows participants to air out and dunk on a basketball hoop. There are three different hoop levels, allowing the younger and shorter population to participate as well.

Required to jump at all times are Sky Socks. Sky Socks, explained Brich, are socks that allow participants to better grip the trampoline. Sky Socks cost $2 and are reusable and washable, but Brich warned not to dry them.

Sky Zone has an open concept where parents can follow their children around the facility and observe without having to jump. For more information on Sky Zone, call 833-1740, or visit

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