Sky Zone to take flight in two more NJ locations

Dawn Furnas//December 12, 2022

Sky Zone to take flight in two more NJ locations

Dawn Furnas//December 12, 2022

Parents will soon have even more options to keep the kids active year-round, while businesses will have another unique idea for corporate outings and team building. 

Indoor entertainment provider Sky Zone is opening two additional locations in New Jersey, the Los Angeles-based company announced Dec. 12, in North Bergen and Rutherford.

The company did not immediately respond to a request for information about specific locations or opening dates. 

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Sky Zone’s Trampoline Park in South Plainfield. – SKY ZONE TRAMPOLINE PARKS

Founded in 2004, Sky Zone boasts entertainment for children as well as older guests, including: 

  • the Toddler Zone for kids 6 and younger;  
  • Air Courts, where sports fans can play basketball, soccer or volleyball on a springy, air-filled multi-court; 
  • Slick Slides, which offer “an exhilarating free-fall along with a social media-worthy landing”; 
  • Skyjoust, which is gladiator-style combat that takes place on pedestals over a foam pit or air bag; 
  • Plus Zip Lines, Ninja Warrior Course, Ultimate Dodgeball and more. 

“Over the past year, we have seen massive growth within the active entertainment space and Sky Zone is no exception,” Mike Revak, senior vice president of franchise and business development at Sky Zone, said in a statement. “As we continue to expand across the country, this multi-unit agreement with experienced franchise owners is an exciting step in Sky Zone’s growth.” 

The entertainment center also offers monthly memberships, birthday parties, fundraising events, school field trips and more. 

In addition to the two new centers, Sky Zone has Garden State locations in Allendale, Lakewood, Hamilton, Moorestown, Mount Olive, Ocean Township, Pine Brook, South Plainfield and Springfield, according to its website. 

The Sky Zone announcement comes soon after another indoor entertainment option unveiled plans for a new center in New Jersey: Supercharged Entertainment – which includes what’s billed as the largest indoor go-kart racing course in the world – is opening its doors in Edison Dec. 16.