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Bounce Your Way To A NJ Trampoline Park

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Everyone growing up has been in or around bouncy-houses, but did you ever think you can still have fun in one as an adult? Well, now a trampoline park is taking bouncy-houses to the next level.

Last week, Sky Zone in Pine Brook, New Jersey opened up the ultimate indoor trampoline park. This park is a massive warehouse filled with trampolines where the whole family can enjoy high-flying fun and can literally bounce off the walls! It's not only fun but it's a great work-out.

Sky Zone Owner, Michael Janay explained why this park is such an enjoyable place that keeps both kids and adults happy and out of the house.

"People are dying for an activity that they can do year-round, inside, that’s active for the kids. You know, you don’t have the computer games, you don’t have those video games with the little tickets, so I knew there was a lot of demand for it," he said.

This trampoline park is a safe environment where they have trampoline guards that keep adults and children separate. This allows people of the same size and weight to have fun without anyone getting hurt.

If you're under the age of eighteen, your parents have to sign a waiver for you and it's about $10.00 per person per half and hour. If you think about it, it's comparable to the prices of bowling or mini-golf.

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