|Address:||11327 Folsom Blvd #160, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742, USA|
|Working:||11AM–9PM 2–9PM 2–9PM 2–9PM 11AM–11PM 10AM–11PM 11AM–8PM|
Ive never been to sky high, but I heard a lot of good stories from friends and that its a must go. My GF and I went tonight because we figured itd be a fun, relatively inexpensive night out. paid $34 + tax for 2 hours and the required socks. We stayed for 30 minutes and left. To give an image: I am 24, my GF is 21. Too be fair, I didnt bother shaving. But with my threatening blue t shirt and tan cargo shorts and flip flops, I was clearly a trouble maker. We get our socks on, start bouncing and were flying!... 2 feet off the ground. The trampolines are desperately aged and need some love. I consider myself fit, 61" and 170lbs, ride my bike 15 miles a week, but still I could never get more than 3 feet off the surface. I couldnt put a finger on it, but I felt like I wasnt welcome to be bouncing around. I figured a place specifically meant for going, well *sky high*, I could let loose my inner kid a bit. Guess not. No matter where I went, I kept getting stares from the staff. Like "why is this grown man here?". The moment I fell down, staff was like "Get up. You have to be standing." IDK, it just felt generally looked down upon if youre older than 15. Perhaps thats why all the parents were upstairs, staying away from everything. The arcade games, like other reviewers said, are also in need of repair. One of those old stand-up ski games from the 90s, with an uncalibrated CRT and 3 different RGB images. An older shooter with a screen that flicks on and off. A prize claw with a bunch of 10 cent generic stuffed toys. And a pile-up game with an incredible grand prize (Mr. Beans Holiday DVD). Anyway, just felt generally disappointing if youre older than 12, maybe 15. If youre looking for a place for your kids to burn off energy, thisd be great. If youre an adult looking to release your inner child and go a little wild, youll be silently shamed out the building, and walk away disappointed. Instead, go to cold stone with your significant other, come home and watch Star Wars (the original trilogy, unedited of course).
DO NOT GO HERE!!!!!!!! bathrooms were dirty, and locks on the stalls were broken. pricing were way too high, $1.75 for a small fountain drink, food was the same. the rules were ridiculous strict for having to sign a waiver. couldnt even help my 4 year old play basketball, got yelled at for holding her up to shoot because only one person at a time. everything was closed up besides 2 areas.couldnt have any fun including seeing how staff was young kids themselves including the manager with no experience.had the staff arguing with each other over who is taller instead of doing there duties that desperately needed to be done I.E bathrooms.... arcade games were broken and not up-kept. couple wouldnt take our money or just took it and not allowed to play it. it seems like they dont use the money to put back in for repairs.
This was my first and last time ever to sky high. This place has the most strickt rules its stupid. You cant race on the main court, (even if you are on separate trampolines) but next to it there is a dodg ball court with people trowing balls at each other while in the air, and doing back flips. I paid $83.00 for my family to get in and there was only three things open the foam pit, in witch only one person can jump in at a time. The main court that you cant even run/jup across to court with our getting yelled at. And then the Dodge ball court where people are running around and throwing balls. This place is horrible.. Thats why I am giving it only one star. To make matters worse the blonde female staff was disrespectful and talked down to my kids. Dont go if you actually want to have fun.
Its been a while since Ive been To Sky High and a lot has changed. The prices jumped up an extra 3.00 per person but no big deal. The rules have become insanely strict which made the experience really bland. The arcade is filled with machines that are not maintained and eat your money or just flat out will not work. It has a change machine that is a dinosaur and also eats your money. Best of all they had a machine with a nail sticking out of it that my son got hurt on. When asking the staff for a refund on the machines that ripped us off we where told they dont own the machines. I asked for a number to the company that does own the machines and they gave me a website to corporate to contact them. VERY unprofessional. We wont be coming back. Fix your rules and fix your games.
Wasted $60... We were in there for 5mins.. The lady came to us about 5times that we couldnt do something... 1st no phones which makes sense but we were just standing by .. 2nd my 2yr old couldnt have socks also makes sense so its ok but then my daughter was sitting in the red part for not even a full min just while she got used to it (shes 3!) and of course we got told not too.. But what really got me mad and made me just leave is that she told me I couldnt hold my daughter while she got the hang of jumping. Worst expirience EVER! I just gave them my $ for no reason.
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Not for small kids anyway. I called to check if my 2 and 4 yr olds would be able to jump and they said they had an under 8 court and would be open at 11 am. I drove 20 min each way to be told that it wasnt busy enough to open the kids court so they could just go on the all ages since it wasnt busy. Sorry, but there were at least 12 big kids and my 2 year old is, well 2. So I would say call first if you have small ones, but that didnt do me any good and nobody there even felt kind of sorry about that. Just rude.... and misleading.
I have never been to a more disorganized business in my life. We reserved a room for our childs birthday. After waiting in two lines for over an hour total, we were told to sit at a table. I tried to order a pizza (another twenty minutes in line), and was told to order through our party host. Our party host informed us that his shift was over. $100 for this kind of service is ridiculous. I should open my own trampoline playground. You obviously need no business sense what so ever to run one.
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I have come a few times and even brought a school trip I organized. Fun place kids like However a few problems: Too expensive - take you kids to a bounce palace close by for $7 for unlimited play, Arcade games there are not free, the staff seem unfriendly not sure what it is but they just dont give that caring feeling. I have to drive 40 minutes to get there so I dont bother for unfriendly staff and $36 two hour activity when I can get 4 hours for $7 at a bounce place.