SkyZone Trampoline Park SkyCamp Summer Camp Review

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SkyCamp is the perfect way to combine FUN and fitness! It's 5, half days of instructor-led activities, age-appropriate SkyRobics, open jumping, and Ultimate Dodgeball, all incorporating the fun and excitement of Sky Zone!  Students can check in beginning at 8 am and they are very thorough about knowing who is dropping off and picking up your child.  You pick the kiddos up at 12:30 and in between, their camp counselors take care of all the rest!

My 7 year old attended the camp this week and is already asking when he can go back!  I loved that there were small group sizes and the counselors paid a lot of attention to each child.  My son loved that he got to jump and do the fun activities at SkyZone but that they also incorporated other fun activities too.  He made a tie dye t-shirt which he is wearing again today, got to do sidewalk chalk drawings, had a movie party with sleeping bags and all, and even more! 

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They have two more weeks of SkyCamp they are offering this summer!  Choose from the next two sessions they have to offer, or do them both!

7/7- 7/11

7/21- 7/25

Call the park today to register (502) 909-3500!

I knew my son would enjoy spending some of his summer time there after our whole family recently went to experience the Trampoline park and had such a great time together.  This is truly one of the best places to go for family fun in Louisville.  Not only was there something for everyone, but we all got a great workout too!

When you arrive during normal business hours, you are given a badge for your one hour timeframe. I do recommend pre purchasing your tickets online if there is a particular timeframe you want. This place is extremely popular and can time frames can fill up quickly. Once you are ready to get onto the trampoline floor, you stop by the rules pad. A friendly associate told us and the kids how the floor was laid out and what the rules were while we were on the trampoline floor.

The main jumping area is split into three parts, each having their own little squares for jumping. Younger children, like 5 and under are to go to the far right, adults in the middle, and older children to the left. We were not expecting this but we were glad that there was an adult for each child, as we went to the far ends of the adult section so we could bounce right near each child. Even if we had not been out on the floor though there were plenty of counselors out there ensuring that only one jumper was in each square and that everyone was following all of the rules.

The fun begins when you start to jump! You can jump on the walls, which are made out of trampolines, you can jump from square to square when there is no one occupying the ones next to you. You can then carry on over to the foam pit where you can take turns flipping in and climbing out.

http://www.skyzone.com/louisville#

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