Jump it up
Who hasn’t dreamed of flying? Well, jumping high is the next best thing. And this Tulsa business isn’t your average “bounce house”; imagine nearly 18,000 square feet of wall-to-wall trampolines.
Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park opened its Tulsa franchise this past December at 8306 E. 61st St. General Manager Brian Morgan says it has been an immediate hit with children and adults.
“We instantly became the extreme fun and healthy alternative for Tulsa and have continued that trend,” he says.
With a waiver on file and a pair of reusable SkySocks — $2 and required by Sky Zone to keep jumping sanitary and provide a good grip — one can bounce to their heart’s content. Pricing is based on length of jump time and starts at $10 for 30 minutes.
The patented design for Sky Zone’s walled playing courts lends itself to dodgeball tournaments (see box) and SkyRobics, a low-impact fitness class in which participants can burn up to 1,000 calories in one hour, Morgan says.
SkyJam, billed as “120 minutes of extreme action,” is available for older, late-night jumpers at 9:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Visit www.skyzone.com/tulsa for more information.
On June 23, Sky Zone will host a local qualifier for the Ultimate Dodgeball Championship for ages 16 and older. The winner receives two one-hour jump passes and a T-shirt. They also may be eligible to advance to the regional and championship tournaments at Sky Zone Las Vegas.Registration is $99 per team. Visit www.udodgeball.com or call Sky Zone Tulsa at 918-877-7700 for more information.