Fun Takes Flight at New Sky Zone in Pinebrook

The New Jersey Monthly staff jumps for joy at the new Sky Zone in Pinebrook, the latest location of the international indoor trampoline park franchise.

Today is the opening day of Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park in Pinebrook. It’s the second location in New Jersey, with one already open in Moorestown, and two more slated to open in Ocean Township and Bergen County. The park provides a variety of ways to jump into shape, including dodgeball tournaments, trampoline basketball courts, trampoline fitness classes (participants can burn up to 1,000 calories in one session), and open jump zones featuring trampoline walls and even a massive foam pit. And with the tagline, "Fly Safe," the franchise’s number one priority is safety.

There is no age limit at Sky Zone, and "if you can walk, you can jump!" is the one caveat for bringing children. There’s a snack bar boasting pizza and soda, a private party area, and plenty of water fountains for staying hydrated. The park provides bright orange socks with sticky pads on the bottom for traction, and lockers and shoe racks for storing personal belongings. Try jumping off the walls at one of the locations below.

60 Chapin Road, Pinebrook (skyzone.com/pinebrook)
2834 Route 73 North, Maple Shade (skyzone.com/moorestown)

The New Jersey Monthly staff flies high in the open jump arena at Sky Zone. From left to right: Phoebe Lett, Assistant Editor at New Jersey Bride; Maryrose Mullen, Digital News Editor; Christina Colizza, Research Assistant; Joanna Buffum, Assistant Editor.

Try dunking a basketball at the SkySlam Hoops with the aid of the bouncy trampolines. Below, New Jersey Bride Assistant Editor Phoebe Lett takes a leap of faith towards the hoop.

The four-foot-deep foam pit, filled to the brim with 10,000 cubes, is in an inviting pile of fluffy joy. Just be sure to follow the rules and have nothing in your pockets!

Research Assistant Christina Colizza takes a back flip into the Foam Zone, as Digital News Editor Maryrose Mullen prepares for lift off.

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