LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Oct. 23, 2012) – Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park is the site of Louisville’s latest fitness and entertainment craze – jumping off the walls. Trampoline walls, that is. The new 30,000-s.f. facility allows jumpers of all ages to leap to new heights while having fun playing 3D Dodgeball, leaping into a giant foam pit, participating in a SkyRobics class, or simply bouncing around in the open jump area.
Sky Zone is Louisville’s first patented all-trampoline, walled facility featuring a system designed by top engineers, welders and carpenters. It is located in Jeffersontown at 2671 Technology Drive near the intersection of Ampere Drive. The $1.3 million project is headed by franchise owner Jeff Mast and expected to open to the public on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Mast also owns and operates two Sky Zone franchises in the Indianapolis area.
Featuring a capacity of 130 jumpers per hour, Louisville’s Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park offers nearly 17,000-s.f. of walled trampoline surfaces. These include six different courts. The Foam Zone is a hit with kids and adults alike who enjoy flipping into a giant pit of foam blocks. Sky Slam allows players to try their dunking skills at two different rim heights, and the Open Jump area is the largest of the six playing fields and allows everyone a chance to try out their best freestyle moves.
For jumpers younger than 5, Sky Zone opens for Toddler Time on Fridays between 11 a.m. and noon. This allows younger kids to have fun in the park with other jumpers their age and parents can take comfort knowing the jumpers are similar in size.
The playing fields add variety to an ordinary cardio workout, making classes like SkyRobics a new favorite for many. The workout is invigorating and fun for all fitness levels and highly effective with an estimated 1,000 calories burned per-hour.
Trained court monitors oversee the safety of guests. Although visitors are allowed to move freely about the courts, for safety purposes, only one jumper at a time is allowed in each trampoline square. All courts are walled with trampolines to ensure safety and add to the fun.