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Surrey’s Sky Zone Trampoline Park

Sky Zone Trampoline Park

Girl in Sky Zone Foam Pit

Surrey’s Sky Zone Trampoline Park is a large indoor complex in Metro Vancouver that’s full of jumping games, foam pits and all kinds of trampolining fun.


SKY ZONE SURREY IS CLOSED!

The Sky Zone location in Surrey closed suddenly and unexpectedly in late January 2019. Apparently their landlord ended their tenancy. As a result, the trampoline park is no longer open to the public.


Sky Zone Trampolining

Sky Zone is an exceptional indoor facility in Surrey that’s modern, reasonably priced and full of all kinds of trampolines and other related sporting activities. It’s a fabulous place for people of all ages looking for exercise and jumping excitement. It’s also one of Metro Vancouver’s best places to be on a rainy day!

If you’re a kid, you have children or you’re looking for a fun indoor place to burn off energy with your family or friends, then this is a fantastic place to visit.

Where is Sky Zone?

The facility is located in Surrey at 11125 124th Street which is conveniently just across the Pattullo Bridge from New Westminster and between a 5 and 10-minute walk from the Scott Road SkyTrain Station.

Sky Zone Hours & Admission

During the summer holidays Sky Zone is open daily from 10 am until 8 pm. Sometimes there are special events and activities. Click the Sky Zone Calendar for details and the current schedule.

Fall, Winter & Spring Hours

Outside school holidays Sky Zone is open during the times listed below. (Note: times and details are subject to change so see the Sky Zone website to confirm exact details.)

  • Mondays – closed all day except for Sensory Night from 6 to 8 pm
  • Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays – open from 4 to 8 pm
  • Fridays – open from 3 to 9 pm
  • Saturdays – open from 11 am to 9 pm
  • Sundays – open from 12 to 7 pm

Boy Flying at Sky Zone

In addition to the above regular opening times, special events take place outside the summer according to the following schedule (which is also subject to change):

  • Sky Wars – Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4 to 8 pm (for all ages) and Saturdays from 6 to 9 pm (for ages 14+)
  • Sky Fitness – Wednesdays and Fridays from 6 to 7 pm
  • Sensory Night – Mondays from 6 to 8 pm (for people with ADHD and other attention and stimulation challenges)
  • Toddler Time – Fridays and Sundays from 10 am until noon and Saturdays from 9 until 11 am

See further below for details about each of the above special events.

Sky Zone Admission Prices

Sky Zone is reasonably priced, which is great. General admission is about $5 per 30 minutes or up to $20 for unlimited jumping. As of the fall of 2017, jump rates were the following:

  • 30 minutes – $5
  • 60 minutes – $12
  • 90 minutes – $16
  • Unlimited minutes – $20

See the Sky Zone website for today’s rates.

Note: Jumpers are required to wear Sky Socks when using the facilities. This means that, unless you already have a pair from a previous visit, there’s an additional $3 charge for the footwear. It’s not a lot, plus you get to keep the socks and can wear them again the next time you jump.

TIP #1: Sky Zone frequently has promotional offers and events with special pricing. Click Prices & Promotions to see what’s available.

TIP #2: 10-for-8 Passes are available where you can pay for ten 1-hour jumps for the cost of just eight (and the one pass doesn’t expire and can be used by multiple participants at the same time).

Sky Zone Facilities & Activities

Sky Zone in Surrey is a large complex with a wide range of jumping zones and activities including the following:

Main Free-Style Jump Court

The Main Court is where the free-style jumping takes place. It’s a large area of wall-to-wall trampolines where you can jump, practice your acrobatics and burn thousands of calories.

The room is full of dozens of square-shaped mini-trampolines designed for individual jumpers. The walls also have trampolines so you can bounce off them too, and there are a small number of long rectangular trampolines that individual jumpers can do multiple tricks along.

Foam Zone

Foam Zone is an activity where you can run, jump from a trampoline, go soaring into the air and land in a giant pool of foam.

The Foam Zone is a ton of fun. There’s a trampoline at the start that you can bounce on a few times before taking a flying leap into the sea of large chunks of foam. It’s a blast, three people can jump at a time and the foam is soft to land on.

TIP: Make sure you don’t have anything in your pockets before you jump. You wouldn’t want to lose anything in all that foam!

Ultimate Dodgeball

Dodgeball is fun to play in a gym, but it’s even more exciting when played on a field of trampolines where you can jump and dodge like no other place on the planet!

TIP: Ultimate Dodgeball needs people to play so it only runs when there are players. Also, as it’s especially fun when you’re battling people you know, invite your friends and go as a group. You’ll have the most fun you’ve had in a long time!

Boy at Sky Zone Dodgeball
Sky Zone Ultimate Dodgeball

SkySlam

SkySlam is where you get to slam dunk basketballs like LeBron James! Ever wanted to know what it would be like to be a superhero playing basketball? Then you’ll want to check out SkySlam!

At Sky Zone in Surrey there are three different hoops with each at a different height so it’s great for people of all sizes and abilities. You can practice your tricks, see how high you can slam dunk, and compete with your friends to see who can score the most baskets.

Special Activities

In addition to the regular Open Jump times when participants have access to all regular jumping areas, Sky Zone also offers special activities including fitness classes, sessions for people with special needs, Toddler Times, and war games with blasters and foam bullets.

SkyFit

SkyFit is an exciting and high-calorie-burning fitness class that takes place on Wednesdays and Fridays from 6 to 7 pm. It’s like an aerobics class, but way more fun!

The cost for SkyFit is $12 per 60-minute session. ‘GET FIT’ passes cost just $49.95, however, which means up to a 60% savings.

Sensory Nights

Sensory Nights is a special program for people who live with sensory conditions such as Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, ADD and ADHD. Sensory Nights cost just $8 and take place most Mondays of the month (except for the first Monday, holidays and special event days).

This is a great program where participants and their families can have fun without the usual additional stimulation of music and members of the general public bouncing off all the walls.

Toddler Time

Toddler Time is for little folk on Fridays and Sundays from 10 am until noon and on Saturdays from 9 until 11 am.

What’s special about Toddler Time? It’s an opportunity for toddlers to bounce around with their parents and have a blast without fear of bumping into big kids (which makes it a “best place to be” if you’re tiny)!

Admission at Toddler Time is $8 per jumper and $5 per additional sibling.

Sky Wars Warriors at Sky Zone
Kids with Sky Wars’ guns and protective masks

SkyWars

SkyWars is similar to laser tag or paintball games, except it’s on trampolines with foam ball or dart-shooting blasters. The activity sometimes includes a number of variations including Capture the Flag, Duck Hunt and other fun games.

SkyWars takes place at Surrey Sky Zone on Tuesdays and Thursdays during regular hours and on Saturdays after 6 pm. It costs an additional $4 and includes unlimited clips and games. The games are open to everyone, although folk age 14 and under need to have a parent present while participating.

Who is Sky Zone for?

Sky Zone is a fantastic place for anyone wanting to bounce off walls, jump like a superhero and have a great time. It’s especially good for children, youth, families and people wanting a fun way to exercise. It’s also extra fun when done with friends or family.

There are no age restrictions at the trampoline park and all are welcome. People with bad backs and other joint pains, the elderly and people with health issues like vertigo or balance issues, however, will no doubt prefer to watch.

Note: participants under 18 years of age require a parent or legal guardian to sign their waiver of liability. The waiver is available online though and can be filled out in advance.

Other Information

Below are some tips and other information to help you make the most out of your visit to Sky Zone.

TIP #1: To save time, or if your child is going without you, you can sign the waiver of liability in advance. Click Sky Zone Waiver for the online form.

Kidsworld LogoTIP #2: Sky Zone often participates in Kidsworld where members of the program (ages 4-13) can attend a variety of Lower Mainland attractions on certain dates of the year at no additional cost! If you want to check out Sky Zone for free, then join the Kidsworld program!

TIP #3: Weekends can be busy times, especially in rainy weather. To avoid disappointment and the risk of the facility being at capacity, you can book your jump online in advance. You’ll need to know the time you want to start though and the length of time you plan to jump.

It’s important to note though that tickets purchased online are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for different times. Also, if purchasing your tickets in advance, be sure to arrive half an hour before your scheduled jump to ensure adequate time for checking in and getting ready.

Vancouver Entertainment Coupon BookTIP #4: The 2018 edition of the Entertainment Book contains three coupons for Sky Zone including a 2-for-1 one-hour jump, 20% off a birthday package and two free sessions with the purchase of eight sessions. The book has hundreds of coupons for other places too!

TIP #5: Invite your friends and family! Dodgeball and SkyWars are especially fun against people you know. Also, if you buy a 10-for-8 Pass everyone in your group can use it and you’ll all save 20%.

Other Information

For more information about Surrey’s top trampoline park, see the Sky Zone Surrey website. Note: the above listed prices, times and other details are subject to change. See the official website for exact information.

For information about the City of Surrey and other things to do in the region, click Surrey.

 

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