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Sky Zone – Minneapolis, MN, 7625 Cahill Rd, Edina, MN 55439
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For kids who LOVE to jump, Sky Zone Trampoline Park has multiple Twin Cities locations. Find Twin Cities Sky Zone Locations, Prices & Hours below and look for open jump & tot times for the best family deals. As the world’s first indoor trampoline park (starting in Las Vegas), Sky Zone has over 200 franchise locations all over the country. The parks have food concessions and some locations offer arcades, but call the location of your choice to make sure.

More Ideas for Indoor Active Family Fun:

Extreme temperatures are a part of living in the Twin Cities. While we love to get outside, sometimes it is just too hot or too cold, but there are still plenty of indoor options beyond jump parks for getting our kids active.

Teen girl hanging from web on Sky Zone obstacle course
Teens & Tweens Have a Great time at SkyZone

Sky Zone’s Attractions

While the different parks have different attractions, families can expect to find some or all of these attractions at the park they visit:

  • Freestyle Jump – wall-to-wall trampolines
  • SkySlam court – basketball court.
  • SkyHoops – arcade-style basketball
  • Ultimate dodgeball
  • Fusion Ultimate Dodgeball (for a faster game)
  • Foam Zone – foam jumping pit.
  • Skyjoust – Try to knock your opponent off the beam
  • Skyladder – Climb a moving ladder, but get a soft landing if you fall
  • SkyLine – slack line balancing wire.
  • Ultimate Volleyball
  • The Wall.
  • Warped Walls – 6, 8 and 10-foot climbing walls
  • Drop Zone.
  • Freeclimb
  • Skyclimb
  • Ninja Warrior Course.
  • Challenge Zone Obstacle Course
  • Toddler Zone
  • Parkour Blox
  • Aircourt
  • Drop Slide

Best Ages for Sky Zone

We often recommend trampoline amusement parks for tweens and teens, but the parks are open to all ages. Most parks offer special toddler times and even grown ups can get a good workout while playing with their kids. (If you play with your kids, you have to pay.) A family membership could be worthwhile on either side of the spectrum – giving teens and tweens a place to blow off steam or if you plan to take advantage of toddler times regularly.

  • trampolines for open jumping
  • ninja obstacle courses
  • ultimate dodgeball
  • climbing walls
  • foam pit zones.
  • Teens may like to go for Glow nights – often held on Friday nights.

Girl playing at SkyZone Trampoline Park
Grade School aged kids find plenty to do at SkyZone

Toddler Time at Sky Zone Trampoline Park+

For caregivers with children ages 5 and under we recommend SkyZone’s special Toddler Time. Most Tues/Fri/Sun mornings from 9:30 – 11:00am, admission is $6 per child to jump (plus $2 per pair of required SkySocks). 2 adult PAD PASSES are included per paid child; adults are only allowed to assist children on the pad, no jumping permitted.

Reserve your jump time at Sky Zone online in advance to guarantee admission. School breaks and weekends can be very busy times. A signed waiver is required before a person of any age is permitted to use the equipment.

Toddler playing with bouncy ball at Sky Zone Trampoline Park
Even your 1- or 2-year-old can go to SkyZone

Are Trampoline Parks Safe?

All active play comes with a certain amount of risk. Gianna has actual experience with the safety concerns of Trampoline Parks. Read about her experience with a child breaking a leg and her decision to continue visiting these venues with her kids: Trampoline Park Broken Leg; It Happened To Us.

Note that Sky Zone does not specify at what age or if any that parents need to supervise their children. However, when you sign the waiver required to jump at the park, you relinquish all rights to sue Sky Zone no matter who is negligent in an accident.

Boy and Girl navigating the Sky Zone Obstacle Course

Sky Zone Alternatives

Other Trampoline Parks in the Twin Cities include:

Teen Boy Climbing Wall at Sky Zone Trampoline Park

Twin Cities SkyZone Locations, Prices & Hours:

There are four Sky Zone locations within the Twin Cities Metro:

  1. SkyZone Blaine. (612) 392-0387.
    198 Northtown Drive, Blaine, MN 55434  (Shares a parking lot with Northtown Mall.

  2. SkyZone Edina. (612) 254-0926
    7625 Cahill Rd, Edina, MN 55439

  3. SkyZone Maple Grove. (612) 431-2461
    16501 County Road 30, Maple Grove, MN 55311

  4. SkyZone Oakdale. (651) 505-0598
    595 Hale Ave N, Oakdale, MN 55128

(Follow the links to go to the individual location’s webpage). Activities at the park vary depending on location, but you can guarantee thrills for the family at them all. Attractions include:

Kids of all ages climbing at Sky Zone Trampoline Park

Birthday Parties at Sky Zone Trampoline Parks

Sky Zone does birthday parties and has packages available. Each franchised jump park has its own party options and prices for birthday parties. Party rooms are available as part of Sky Zone birthday packages, which include 60-120 minutes of jump time and grippy SkySocks for all guests. Food can be added on to the package for an additional fee. Find up-to-date annual information and similar party packages here: Twin Cities Birthday Parties for Kids: Active Play & Sports.

 

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