Sky Zone Trampoline Park Massachusetts

 
Enjoy a great workout and indoor fun at Sky Zone, the world’s first indoor trampoline park, with four locations in Massachusetts. Give your group the experience the weightlessness of bouncing, flipping, and even landing in an enormous pit of foam cubes. Sky Zone offers the most unique, fun, and effective fitness activities on its patented, all-trampoline, walled playing courts. 
 
  • Dunk like a pro on the SkySlam basketball court
  • Play dodgeball like never before
  • Tire out your toddlers (ages 0-4) in the Toddler Court
  • Explore the entire park during Open Jump
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    Sky Zone is committed to providing its visitors with the pure joy that comes with flying while remaining safe, smart and active. Lesson plans for physical education, marketing, or physics are available: just ask! 
     
    Learn more about group events at Sky Zone BostonSky Zone DanversSky Zone Everett, and Sky Zone Kingston.
     
    Contact Info
    Address: Various locations in Massachusetts. 
    Boston: 91-B Sprague Street, Boston, MA 02136. Suffolk County. 
    Danvers: Liberty Tree Mall, 100 Independence Way, Danvers, MA 01923. Essex County.
    Everett: 69 Norman Street, Everett, MA 02149. Middlesex County.
    Kingston: 101 Kingston Collection Way, Kingston, MA 02364. Plymouth County.
    Tel: 857-345-9693 (Boston), 978-252-3000 (Danvers), 617-387-1000 (Everett), 781-514-7595 (Kingston). Email: boston@skyzone.com (Boston), danvers@skyzone.com 
    (Danvers), everett@skyzone.com (Everett),  kingston@skyzone.com (Kingston). 
    Website: www.skyzone.com/boston (Boston), 
    www.skyzone.com/danvers (Danvers),www.skyzone.com/everett (Everett), www.skyzone.com/Kingston (Kingston). 
    Hrs: Vary. Contact: Group Events.

    Trip Info
    Grade Level: All grades. Activity Type: Day Trips, Self-Guided Activities. Recomm. Length of Visit: Varies. Cost: Fee.

    Indoor Entertainment - Arcades Fun Facts

    Have campers take a (quick) break from the fun on the next trip to an indoor amusement center, and have them think about the design and day-to-day operations of the venue. How is it designed and laid out? What games and features (batting cages, arcade games, redemption games) go where, and why? Have them take a look around at how many people are there enjoying themselves; what is the maximum number of occupants, and why? How does the management go about heating and cooling the venue at different times of the year?

    Speak to the staff about these questions; learn the "why" behind how things are arranged, and consider the role of safety. Relate this to how things are organized and what the rules are back at the camp.