Birthday parties are always fun, especially when you’re invited to a super fun location like Sky Zone in Anaheim.
Last weekend on of the Princess’ BFF’s from her old school hosted a birthday party at Sky Zone , and we were delighted to have a chance to check out the facility for the first time.
Sky Zone in Anaheim is one of the newest indoor trampoline parks in Orange County. They offer a variety of specials and party options for all ages.
Birthday Packages start at $245 with three different options:
- Jump Around Package – 1 hr open jump for 10 people, 40 min in private party room, 1 dedicated party host, 2 large topping pizzas and unlimited soft drinks for children in party room
- Super Jump Package – 1 hr open jump for 20 people, 40 min in private party room, 1 dedicated party host, 3 large topping pizzas and unlimited soft drinks for children in party room
- Supreme Air Package – 1 hr open jump for 30 people, 40 min in private party room, 2 dedicated party host, 5 large topping pizzas and unlimited soft drinks for parents and children in party room
When we got to Sky Zone, first stop was the check in counter. A friendly staff directed us to sign a waiver, then gave us the option of socks or shoes. For this trampoline park, you must purchase no-skid socks for $2.00 or borrow their special no-skid shoes (which I was told by several of the children, make your feet really HOT).
Then the kids had to sit and wait for their designated “jump time”. We also needed to wait to listen to the rules, which I’m not quite sure they understood 100% being 5 years old. All they wanted to do was BOUNCE!!!
Once given the okay, they were off. Target: Foam Pit!!! I loved the fact there was a staff member standing on guard indicating which lanes were allowed to go – only letting every other person go so as not to cause a collision.
Once done with the Foam Pit, we started exploring the rest of the facilities. They have a basketball court:
And several dodgeball courts. Dodgeball tournaments have become amazingly popular at most trampline parks, and Sky Zone is no different!
Need something to eat or drink, Sky Zone has a snack bar on hand with treats for hungry jumpers. There is even a candy bar for those who need a sweet fix.
To check out some really high flyers, head on over to the large trampoline. We were able to catch some amazing tricks and stunts from regular jumpers.
For mini jumpers, Sky Zone offers a Little Jumpers area as well as a Toddler Time. Toddlers that are 48″ and under are invited to jump on Monday and Tuesday, 2:00pm – 4:00pm, Saturdays 12:00pm – 5:00pm and Sundays 12:00pm – 4:00pm for $7.50/hour.SKY ZONE ANAHEIM 1301 N. Kellog Dr
Anaheim, CA 92807
All in all, we really enjoyed our time at Sky Zone. My Handsome Boy really wanted to jump longer, so hopefully we’ll be back soon so he can jump to his hearts content. For more information about pricing and open jump times, visit their website: https://www.skyzone.com/Anaheim
Disclaimer: This is NOT a sponsored post. All opinions of Sky Zone are completely my own.