|unser karting & events
|95 Gateway Dr, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050, USA
|4–8PM 4–8PM 4–8PM 4–8PM 4–11PM 10AM–11PM 10AM–7PM
Hello everyone, welcome to my review on Sky Zone Trampoline Park. If you dont know what that is, well, its a trampoline park. I will rate it based on attractions, price, food, and overall enjoyment. Attractions Its what you think it is. Trampolines, trampolines everywhere. But its not just trampolines. There are many places you can go. Theres the main court, where all you do is jump around. It is split into four sections. 4 and under, 5-10, 11-15, and 16+. Its awesome for people who need exercise, but running is not their thing. There are three dodge ball courses, one for young kids, one for older kids, and one for teenagers, like me. I didnt last long in the game, I was the first one to get out! Its good for competitive Dodge Ball players who want to play in trampolines. Theres also the Sky Court, which consists of three trampolines, and the basketball hoops, each within different heights. For me, I tried all of them, even the lowest one. Its good for kids who want a challenge. Next is the best one: The Foam Zone! AKA the Cube Pool, how I call it. Three trampolines line up, and each person dives into the pile of foam cubes. For me, it was as addictive as Flappy Bird. I went on it too many times to count! My only flaw with it is that the depth of the pit is 4 feet, so 4 feet worth of cubes made it incredibly stressful to get out, especially when a pile of cubes come crashing toward you. 5/5 Price The price for Sky Zone is fairly cheap. The price for a half hour jump is about $12, and can get up to $24 if your jumping for two hours. No need to pay like it was Disney World! The prices for refreshments are cheap as well. I paid about $1.50 for a Fruit Shoot drink. Anyways, Im moving onto the food, and how it tastes: 4/5 Food While I didnt eat any of their food, Im still reviewing it anyways. Theres a wide range of foods that can be purchased. Icees, pizza, tons of drinks, etc. If you are completely broke, water fountains exist, so you can get a quick drink and return to your fun. They are also well priced. 5/5 Overall enjoyment Overall, I had a ton of fun at Sky Zone. Jumping for two hours was quite the exercise, but it was totally worth it. Overall I have to give it a 5/5. If I had the chance, I would go again.
My fiance and I plus two friends went to Sky Zone for the first time a week ago. We had an awful experience and I know personally I will never go back to that place again, and will tell others about our experience. We tried to have an okay time despite their very stringent rules and lackluster staff. All of the staff had upset faces and just looked like they hated their job, plus they were constantly yelling, which I understand because its a loud environment, but they did so in a very hostile way. There was one lady in particular (dark hair, pony tail, 30s - wish we had gotten her name to complain to a manager) who was keeping a very close eye on our group, when we were simply trying to follow the rules laid out. Watching us constantly while we were trying to have a good time was incredibly annoying. Around the end of our one-hour period, at one point my fiance held onto the hoop a little bit as he came down from shooting in the basketball trampoline section. She proceeded to yell at him that that was not allowed and her exact words "Get out of here! We have seen you here before!! " My fiance said to her that he had Never once been there ever and that he didnt realize the rule with the hoop. That should have been the end of it, BUT she continued to say, "We have you on camera!! You cant lie!! Dont come here again!! Your time is up!" It was literally our first time, we couldnt help but laugh at how crazy she was acting. In ending, I believe it was a really bad experience, will never go back, and will recommend that others do not even waste your money and that woman should not be working there anymore with how nuts she was.
Went last Saturday for the first time. A friend had taken his children there multiple times but was always on Dad duty when he was there, so he suggested that we go on our own. A group of 4 adults went. We had an incredible time!!! We went a bit later at night, about 9:30-10pm. It was not super crowded at that time which made it ideal to just enjoy ourselves and act like nuts, which we unfailingly did! The staff was great, from the very first guy who told us how to sign the release, to the very last lady on the floor, coaxing us towards the exit. All were very sweet and even joked with my friends and I a good bit during our visit. The trampolines themselves were a blast! I was fairly convinced that I was going to break an ankle or give myself a concussion falling into something. Neither of those scenarios happened and I got comfortable and confident fairly quickly. I was doing things that I thought were past my age limit (like flips in the air) and lived to tell about it! :) It was a lot more of a workout than I anticipated, but that was actually a total pro for me. It is easy to stay active in the summer, but I have to seek out fun, physical activities for the winter season... I found it! With their reasonable prices, I just found my new winter sport!!! :)
We visited Sky Zone yesterday for the first time since we had family visiting from the West Coast and it was raining and decided to try something new. We had a really great time here! I was worried because we took my 2 year old and I didnt know if shed like it or how dangerous it would be for her - but the staff was really helpful, very friendly, and genuinely cared about our experience. There is a manager (we think) there named Zach who went out of his way to make sure we knew how it worked and had a great time - he was especially wonderful. Everyone had a GREAT time and the epic meltdown my toddler had when we told her it was time to leave told me how much she loved it. We will definitely go again!
I am generally not this negative but I have to say I was really disappointed. I paid for 4 adults 1 active duty military, another a veteran, a 3 year old and a 1 year old, with the total coming to 110$. Thats pretty pricey compared to Get Air on union deposit. Not only that but for 110$ you would think you would be allowed to bounce with your children. We were not allowed to bounce responsibility with our children.. keep in mind a 3 year old will want to bounce with their parents. Not only that but how is a 1 year old supposed to bounce at all with their parent not being allowed to be in the same square as them. I hope Sky Zone takes this into consideration because I feel like my money was wasted.
Pretty good experience. The cost to jump for an hour was $60 for two adults and two children. They supplied cool grippy socks too. Its basically a bunch of industrial sized trampolines sectioned out for one per person. They have some games in some such as basketball and dodge ball. Theres also a dive pit with foam cubes. There is a place to eat, I didnt get any food, and as usual its expensive. The facility was clean and well ventilated. I wont visit again (too old for this crap), but it was a decent experience.