Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park in Peoria, AZ

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    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park - Overview

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    ••• Preparing for some jumping fun at Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park. © Judy Hedding

    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park opened in Peoria, Arizona in December 2011. Sky Zone created the first, all-trampoline, walled playing court allowing people of any age, shape or ability to enjoy themselves leaping, jumping and playing. The Sky Zone in Peoria is a franchise; there are more than 30 Sky Zones across the U.S.

    The Peoria Sky Zone is the largest indoor trampoline park in Arizona (May 2012), with 27,930 square feet of space and 15,600 square feet of trampolines. The trampolines are designed such that jumpers can have their own "square" in which to safely jump, but more likely they will be flying from square to square and off the walls or into a foam pit!

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  • 02 of 05

    What happens at Sky Zone?

    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park
    ••• 3-D Dodgeball. © 2012 Judy Hedding

    Jump times start on the half hour, and are available in half hour increments. Most jumpers will jump for between one and two hours. After that people are generally pretty tired. We don't want anyone to get hurt!

    You can make a reservation for jumping and buy your tickets in advance. Reservations are recommended for a confirmed number of jumpers and time, but are not required. Walk-ins are accepted, based on available space. If you are having a party that involves a party room, food, etc., then, of course, you'll need to make those arrangements in advance.

    Sky Zone offers daily activities across it's nearly 16,000 square feet of trampoline covered walls and floors, including 3-D Dodgeball, Open Jump where anyone can bounce for fun, freestyle their moves, or jump into the giant five lane foam pit. On Tuesdays and Thursdays a special area is set aside just for toddlers (ages 2 to 5, with adults) to jump, jump, jump.

    Sky Zone Monitors are on duty at all jumping areas, and may move people...MORE around in the facility in order to ensure a safe jumping environment for everyone. That means that little kids will likely be separated from big kids, for example. If available, monitors will find areas where families can jump together.

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    Classes, Parties, Special Events

    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park
    ••• I didn't notice any tips about how to keep your pants on.... © 2012 Judy Hedding

    Special packages are available for birthday parties, team events, corporate outings, camps, and other groups. Discounted rates for season passes are available at Sky Zone. Several party packages are available from which to choose. Typically, they include shoe rental, jump time, a private party room, a Sky Zone host, supplies, food and Red Mango frozen yogurt. Of course, you can customize your party depending on the number of people attending and the amenities you desire. You may also arrange private court packages for the little kids -- or the seniors or anyone!

    Check online for special designated hours for special events, like SkyMania on Friday nights for pre-teen/young teens and SkyJam on Saturday nights for older kids.

    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park also offer SkyRobics, a low impact fitness session combining advanced calisthenics, core exercises and strength building aerobics, all taking place on the all-trampoline walled training surface. It's fun, and easy on your joints....MORE People at any level of physical fitness can benefit. Classes are offered six days per week and are led by SkyRobics instructors. Pay as you go, or purchase a 10-class pass for a discount.

    Parents who visit Sky Zone while the kids are jumping have a designated area where they can relax, read, work or just relax. Free wi-fi is available here. There is also an enclosed, quiet room with television monitors for parents.

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    Are there rules or restrictions?

    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park
    ••• Jump, jump, jump and then hurl yourself into the foam pit. © 2012 Judy Hedding

    Yes, of course there are rules and restrictions!

    Whenever people are engaged in recreational activities, there is always the chance of injury. Everyone who is going to jump must have a signed liability waiver. If a jumper is under the age of 18, the parent or legal guardian of the minor must fill out the Sky Zone waiver. You can download a form online to sign and bring with you, or you can sign an electronic waiver online. Once a valid Sky Zone waiver has been entered into the system, jumpers do not need to bring another waiver for a period of one year.

    Note: Waivers for birthdays and group reservations are only valid the day of the event and are not entered into the system.

    Jumpers must wear socks and trade their shoes for special trampoline shoes provided by Sky Zone. These shoes are specially designed for trampoline jumping comfort and to ensure the equipment isn't damaged. Shoes are available from sizes 10 kid's to 13 men's. If the jumper falls outside that range, contact...MORE Sky Zone for instructions.

    Sky Zone monitors reserve the right to separate participants by size for safety, and 3-D Dodgeball cannot be guaranteed with admission.

    Outside food is not permitted at Sky Zone. There is a concession stand where pizza, snacks and soft drinks are offered. Save some room for the Red Mango frozen yogurt. It's all-natural, nonfat and low fat, gluten-free and packed with beneficial live and active probiotic cultures. Each serving is around 100 calories and customers can garnish their yogurt with healthy, natural toppings including fresh fruit, nuts and granola. Yeah, there are some of those tasty not-so-healthy toppings, too!

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    Location, Hours, Prices

    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park
    ••• Non-jumpers reading, working and relaxing at Sky Zone. © 2012 Judy Hedding

    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park is located in the northwest part of the Valley in Peoria, with convenient access from the Agua Fria Loop 101.

    Sky Zone Address
    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park
    9040 West Larkspur Drive, Suite 134
    Peoria, AZ 85381

    Directions
    From the Agua Fria Freeway (Loop 101), coming from the south: Take Loop 101 to Grand Avenue. Turn right ion Grand to 91st Avenue. Make a left onto Cactus Road. Take cactus to 89th Aevnue and turn left (north) to Larkspur. Left on Larkspur.

    From the north/east: Take the 101 Loop (Agua Fria) to the Thunderbird exit. Drive east  on Thunderbird to 83rd Avenue. Turn right (south) to Sweetwater Avenue. Make a right (west) on Sweetwater and drive to 89th Avenue. Turn left (south) to Larkspur and make a right.

    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park is located within a large commercial business park. Follow the signs until you come to Sky Zone.

    You can see this location marked on a Google map. From there you can zoom in and out, get driving directions if you...MORE need more specifics than mentioned above, and see what else is nearby.

    Beware! GPS directions to this address are often inaccurate.

    Sky Zone Phone
    623-979-4000

    Sky Zone Hours
    Hours vary throughout the year depending on the season and school schedules. When school is in session, you can expect Sky Zone to open in the late afternoon and continue hours through the evening. On weekends they open earlier and close later. Check online for specific hours in effect.

    Sky Zone in Peoria is closed on Mondays.

    Sky Zone Fees (September 2016):
    30-min jump: $9
    60-min jump: $14
    90-min jump: $17
    120-min jump: $20

    Visit Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park Online:
    www.skyzone.com/peoria

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    All dates, times, prices and offerings are subject to change without notice.