**My family received complimentary admission to Sky Zone, but all opinions expressed here are strictly my own and were not influenced in any way**
The gruesome twosome are very active little boys. Some days they go non-stop from the time they wake up in the morning until the time they go to bed at night. I was super excited to take them to Sky Zone, an indoor trampoline park, in East Providence this past weekend so they could burn off a little extra energy.
Before we ever left the house to head to Sky Zone, I filled out a liability waiver on their website. All jumpers under the age of 18 are required to have one on file. It only took a minute to fill out and it’s good for an entire year. Don’t worry if you can’t get one filled out ahead of time, either, because you can fill one out there. It just saves a little time to do it ahead of time.
At Sky Zone all jumpers are required to wear SkySocks, which cost $2 per pair, but they are reusable, so be sure to save them!
Finally they were ready to hit the trampolines. One of the Sky Zone team members explained the rules (one person per trampoline, no laying down, etc) and they were off…..
One thing that really impressed me was that the Sky Zone team kept the jumpers separated by size. My seven year old is a peanut and the last thing I want is for him to get trampled by a kid that’s double his size. It gave me a huge piece of mind to know that the Sky Zone team looks out for the safety of everyone jumping.
The main trampoline floor was sectioned off and the team moved guests around to the different sections of the court so that everyone was able to jump safely – with people their own size.
Big kids were on one side of the net and the littles were on the other:
They really worked up a sweat with all that jumping.
There are so many other things to do at Sky Zone, though, so we took a break from the trampolines for a while to head over to the Foam Zone.
The kids got to jump in to a huge pit filled with foam blocks – two at a time. My two did it at least 4 or 5 times each.
My oldest wanted to have a go at the SkySlam basketball court as well. He thought it was so cool being able to jump his way down to the hoop!
Parents can either choose to bounce with their kids or hang out in the waiting area. Sky Zone has free wi-fi, a snack bar and in addition to being able to watch television (the Pats game was on while we were there), there is a tv monitor that you can watch your kids on while you sit back and relax.
The best part of our hour at Sky Zone?
My boys were completely blown out after all that jumping and getting them to bed that night was a piece of cake.
Walk ins are welcomed, but court capacities apply, so you might want to get your tickets online before you head over. Once you are there, you can choose to jump for 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes. Check out their hours and complete pricing here.