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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Note: All jumpers under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by their parent or court appointed guardian. Click HERE to complete online. If a jumper is over 18, they must present their photo I.D with date of birth.

What are your operating hours?
Click HERE for our hours.

How do we get to your location?
Directions are HERE.

How much is it to jump? Do you offer any specials?
Only patrons who jump pay for jump time. Simply watching is free. Enjoy our free WiFi while you wait. Daily prices are HERE along with our weekly specials.

How old do you have to be to jump at Sky High Sports?
Children must be old enough to walk on their own. Our Kids Court is exclusive to children 6 years and younger.

Do we need to make reservations in advance to jump?
We suggest that you book online, in advance, especially on weekends, holidays and during school breaks. Reservations can only be made online. Groups and birthday party reservations are taken over the phone.

You’re welcome to simply walk in to jump! Just remember, first come first served, so during peak hours, you may have to wait.

What is a group?
A group is 10 or more jumpers. A $100 non-refundable deposit is required. The group jump rate is $13 per person for a 60 minute session, or $20 per person for a 120 minute session. Group rates require a minimum of 10 jumpers. All group balances must be made together, in one payment. *Grip socks not included.

Are there any group discounts?
Group discounts are available to non-profit organizations such as the Boy Scouts, Schools, Churches, etc. A non-profit tax id number is required at the time of check-in for your event.

The discounted, non-profit group rate is $8 per hour per person Monday-Thursday excluding holidays and other special days.

A $100 deposit is required at booking.

We also offer awesome “Bouncing for Bucks” packages for FUNdraisers! Take a look HERE.

What is included in your birthday party packages?
Birthday party details are located HERE or call us for information.

Does our group or party get the facility entirely to ourselves?
No. Our facility is always open to the public. If you would like the facility to yourselves, you may want to look into doing a Buyout.

Is Dodgeball private?
No. Everyone who wants to play forms a line and our court monitor divides the teams.

Is the entire facility available for rent?
You bet! Microsoft, Google and Southwest Air are just a few of the companies who’ve rented our entire facility for events. For more information, please call for details.

Can I bring in food or drink?
No. We do make exceptions for special diets or circumstance. Additional fees will apply. Please phone for details.

If my child has been to Sky High Sports before, does he/she need another waiver?
If you’ve completed their waiver online for a previous jump session, they’re in our system, but only for that location. If you’re planning to jump at a different Sky High location (we’re have 16 across America), you’ll need another waiver specific to that location. If you’re unsure, it’s best to complete another waiver online, in advance. Better safe than sorry.

What is AIRobics?
Sky High Sports’ signature fitness program, AIRobics is a calorie torching, full body workout that’s so much high-flying fun, you’ll feel like a kid again! For more information and a quick video, click HERE.

What should I wear to jump?
All jumpers are required to wear Sky High Sports Grip Socks when on our trampolines.  Grip Socks can be purchased at our front desk for $3 pair.  Socks are reusable so be sure to bring them back each and every visit!  We do not allow socks from other competitors.

If you have additional questions, please give us a call

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