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The Grand Opening of Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park lets Louisville 'bounce off the walls'.
Based in Los Angeles, Sky Zone, LLC has created and built the world's first all-trampoline, walled playing court.
Sky Zone can handle 130 jumpers per hour, in the nearly 17,000-square-feet of walled trampoline space. These include six different courts - three 3D Dodgeball courts, The Foam Zone, Sky Slam, and Open Jump. Expect the Dodgeball courts to be filled with people of all ages enjoying a pickup game, leagues, and even tournaments.
The Foam Zone offers kids and adults a soft landing in the 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.
Fitness classes at Sky Zone gives you a truly unique cardio workout with classes like SkyRobics. You can burn an estimated 1,000 calories per-hour.
Similar to a life guard, a trained Court Monitor is stationed on each court to oversee the safety of all guests enforcing the one jumper per square rule. All courts are walled with trampolines to ensure safety.
It is located in Jeffersontown at 2671 Technology Drive near the intersection of Ampere Drive.
General Admission Pricing - includes shoe rental and sales tax:
30 minute jump $9
60 minute jump $13
90 minute jump $17
120 minute jump $20
Open Tuesday through Sunday, closed Mondays.
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