Recently, we were invited to come and hang out at Skyzone Trampoline Park in Whitby. If you haven’t yet had a chance to check them out, you definitely need to go. It’s a great place for families to go and have a fun activity together and a little exercise thrown in as well.
It is a huge facility that can accommodate a lot of jumpers but booking your jump time ahead of arriving is definitely recommended, especially on the weekends. I have been there before on a weekend and it was at capacity, and walk-ins were unable to be accepted. If you are looking for a less crowded time, I would definitely recommend early evening on a week night.
When I first heard about Skyzone, I just imagined a bunch of trampolines all together for people to jump on, but there are so many things that they have to offer there. Aside from the Open Jump, there is Ultimate Dogdgeball (exactly what it sounds like, Dodgeball on trampolines), Skyslam (trampoline basketball hoops), a toddler friendly area and my son’s personal favorite the Foam Zone where you jump into a pit full of foam blocks.
In additional to the regular use of the facility, they also offer SkyCamp Summer Session, which is a full day camp running this summer, once a month they offer a Sensory night where the lights and music are turned down, and my personal favorite Skyrobics. Skyrobics is an hour long exercise class on the trampoline. It definitely is an amazing workout.
The facility also offers several birthday party packages which include jump time and party room for you guests. And of course, private events and groups packages are available.
Aside from all the different events and options available, we had a great time just jumping around in the open jump area. There is something about that feeling of weightlessness as you bounce into the air. You are always having such a good time that you almost forget that you are actually getting the benefits of exercise too.
So if you are looking for something fun that the entire family can enjoy, I would definitely recommend checking out Skyzone. You can learn more about Skyzone on their website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.
Oh and don’t forget, on your way out, don’t forget to add your sticker to their ever growing sticker ball.
**Although the tickets were provided to us, all pictures, comments and opinions are strictly my own.**