Trampolines have multiple recreational uses beyond their practical applications for making the neighbor kids jealous or saving basketball mascots from burning buildings. Spring into the future of pastime technology with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $119 for a two-hour birthday package for 10 on a weekday (a $240 value)
- $145 for a two-hour birthday package for 10 on a weekend (a $290 value)<p>
Each package includes:
- Two hours of jump time for 10 guests
- Two-hour table reservation
- Plates, napkins, and utensils
- 10 bottled waters
- Two large one-topping pizzas
- One party host for assistance
- Setup and cleanup<p>
The weekday option is valid Monday—Thursday, and the weekend option is valid Friday—Sunday.<p>
Sky High Sports
The crowd stands gaping as the young boy runs up the wall, bounces off of it, and flips gracefully onto the floor. Before they can applaud his agility, he backflips his way across the floor as though gravity is nothing but a suggestion. It is the walls and floors at Sky High Sports that grant this young daredevil a bounce-laden surface upon which to show off his aerial feats. Nestled within a 45,000-square-foot facility, the trampoline zone at Sky High Sports beckons jumpers of all ages to burn off steam and energy.
Along with the floor-to-wall-to-floor trampolines, the facility keeps appetites for adventure sated with a cushy sports-foam pit to jump or swing into, as well as a private trampoline court that can be rented out for events, such as birthday parties or reenactments of favorite birthday parties. Young would-be kangaroos aged 8 or younger can zip around the kid zone for age-appropriate bouncing. In-house dodge-ball games transform the gym-class standard into a fast-paced bounce fest, and seasoned instructors helm Airobics classes featuring trampoline-centric moves to torch calories. An onsite snack bar and Perky's Pizza stave off mid-jumping stomach growls, and an adult lounge equipped with plasma TVs and complimentary WiFi serves as a haven for parents to unwind as their progeny plays.