WHAT IS SKY ZONE?
SKY ZONE PINE BROOK, NJ – CHANGE LOCATION
Sky Zone is the world’s first indoor trampoline park. We’re the inventors of “fun fitness” and the makers of trampolines as far as the eye can see. We give you one of the greatest workouts ever combined with awesome, healthy fun. We’ve been voted the number one “out of the box” workout and the “best party ever.” Experience WOW – the weightlessness of bouncing, flipping and landing in a pit filled with 10,000 foam cubes.
We are dedicated to providing you with the pure joy that comes with flying. We are sky lovers, thrill seekers and people who believe that jumping is freedom. We believe fitness can be fun and play can be smart. We are healthy and bursting with energy. We fly high and keep it safe. We are Sky Zone.
Sky Zone Pine Brook construction stage will be completed in June of 2014, and will offer open jump, a SkySlam court, SkyRobics fitness classes, Ultimate Dodgeball (when available), birthday parties, private events, group outings, and the bungee trampoline. For just about any age, shape or size, Sky Zone Pine Brook is the ultimate 3-D play experience!
SKY ZONE PINE BROOK, NJ
60 Chapin Road
Pine Brook, NJ 07058
HOURS & PRICING
SKY ZONE PINE BROOK, NJ – CHANGE LOCATION
Waivers and Sky Socks are required for ALL jumpers. Jumpers under the age of 18 must have the waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian. Visit the Online Waiver to read our waiver policy and complete a waiver on line before arriving at Sky Zone. Please purchase tickets on line as we have a capacity limit and cannot guarantee your jump time for walk ins.
Presidents Day Holiday Hours:
Monday (2/16) Extended hours!- Jump with us-11am to 9pm
Sky Zone Pine Brook Hours:
Tuesday – Friday 3:30 P.M – 9:00 P.M.
Saturday: 10:00 A.M. – 9:00 P.M.
Sunday- 10:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M
Toddler Time Hours:
Tuesday & Thursday: 12:00 .P.M – 2:00 P.M.
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M.
Sky Robics Classes:
Tuesday 12pm-1pm & 6:30pm-7:30pm
Thursday 12pm-1pm & 6:30pm-7:30pm
Sky Fit Classes:
Saturday 8:45am -9:45am
SAVE TIME! Fill out our waiver on line! Click the button in the upper right hand corner!
Waivers are required for all jumpers. Jumpers under 18 must have their waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian.
Walk-ins welcome but court capacities are limited; hours subject to change.
Open daily for special events! & group outings: Call for reservations!
SKY ZONE PINE BROOK PRICING:
30 minute jump: $10
60 minute jump: $20
90 minute jump: $25
120 minute jump: $30
Sky Socks are $2.00 and yours to keep. Our SkySocks are washable and reusable, if you already purchased SkySocks previously you may use them again.
Guarantee your jump time!
Click here to pre-purchase your jump tickets (groups of 10 or less)
SKY ZONE PINE BROOK, NJ
Open jump lets you fly high! That means full access to all Sky Zone activities, including the Main Court (free jump), the Foam Zone (freestyle jumping into foam), Ultimate Dodgeball, SkySlam, and more! Open jump is available during normal operating hours. All ages are welcome, and a Sky Zone liability waiver is required for each jumper (those under 18 must have their waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian). Weekends can get busy, so book your spot online and fill out a waiver in advance. Park offerings vary by location.
Jump times start every 15 – 30 minutes
Combine regular dodgeball with Sky Zone’s patented wall-to-wall trampolines and get the world’s most awesome sport: Ultimate Dodgeball. You can only find Ultimate Dodgeball at Sky Zone, and pick-up games are held daily (when courts are available).
Think you’re good? Grab your friends, form a team and prove it at our Ultimate Dodgeball Tournament!
Experience true freedom in our Foam Zone! Jump, fly and flip from a trampoline runway into a pit filled with 10,000 foam cubes. There’s no better way to experience the pure joy of weightlessness.
Dunk like a pro with trampoline launch pads that bounce you ten feet in the air. You don’t need to be in the NBA to love SkySlam. Work your dunk swag in front of all your friends.
Burn up to 1,000 calories an hour on our wall-to-wall trampolines! SkyRobics is low-impact, healthy fun that combines calisthenics, core exercises and strength-building aerobics. SkyRobics is one of the most dynamic, effective and active workouts you can get!
To AMP up your workout- try our SkyFIT class! SkyFIT combines an intense full body workout on our trampolines – with aerobics/Cross Fit/HITT/ and agility training! It’s the ultimate workout for any level of athlete!
$15 per 60 minute class!
10 class punch cards are now availabe
SKYROBICS CLASS TIMES
Tuesday 12pm-1pm & 6:30pm-7:30pm
Thursday 12pm-1pm & 6:30pm-7:30pm
SKYFIT CLASS TIMES
What can I say? It was fun! I have a trampoline in my backyard, and a portable workout rebounder, but I don’t have over 30 connected together lol. I also don’t have a foam pit
I was disappointed about the way they controlled the foam pit like Nazi’s! There was 5 or so trampolines to jump into the pit and only 2 at a time were able to jump. That caused a huge lineup and literally wasted most of our time! Then they kept saying we need to take a 10 min break so they can re-puff up the foam blocks.
The dodgeball was a total disappointment as it is improperly managed! They make teams and that’s it! If you want to play you have to stand there and wait and lose your time!
What should happen is either they make teams and one person gets out another goes in, until everyone waiting is dead. Or make teams and take names for the next team and call the names for the new team over the loudspeaker and give them so much time to report!
It would be much smoother and much more fair! The referee knew a lot of the regulars names and gave them preferential treatment and let them go in the game ahead of others waiting. We all pay for time! If you get mistreated, you will be less likely to become a new regular!
One other thing I didn’t like was they had one court closed off for no reason! That made all the other areas more populated!
Back to the parts I enjoyed; the foam pit (once you actually got a chance to do it) was awesome! Once you launch yourself into it, it is so hard to get out! I (at 270lbs) was suspended in the air and trapped upside down!! I had to forcefully roll over to my stomach and stand up then get my legs over the top of the foam and try and crawl on my belly like my army training days. It takes a lot out of you to climb out of there! It’s a great workout! Especially; when you sink all the way to the bottom and your feet are on the trampoline beneath the foam blocks.
They also have a basketball area where you can do trick slam dunks, but I don’t care for that.
The actual jump arena is cool as they have slanted trampolines for walls and you can bounce off of those too! The best part is to jump off the wall and crash and burn! Which I was doing above! Jump off the wall and let it throw you wherever you go! Don’t try to land it! But remember how to fall properly if you do that! Don’t try to put your hand down to stop you, keep your hands and head tucked in! You can even tuck in your legs like a cannon ball!
Just hope you don’t land between the trampolines on a hard spot lol!
Speaking of; one of the problems I had was jumping between the trampolines. Getting the forward momentum was hard! I always landed on the hard part between the trampolines And it hurt my knees. That’s where running down the trampolines came from lol. Let me tell you running down them is also a killer workout! Just do sprints back and forth!
I was also running across all the trampolines however you have to rub kind of goofy like you are jumping over the hurdles on a track as you will see when you try to do it!
My wife was doing more advanced stuff like: backflips and back handsprings. I did a cartwheel in one picture lol. That’s as much as my gymnastics goes. I’m too big to flip now, unless I’m flipping into the foam pit! You can also do flying martial arts kicks into the foam pit lol as I did in the one picture.
Overall just have fun, be a kid and enjoy life! And get a workout in the process! If you are old or elderly, just jump. Jumping in one spot only will give you a great workout! And you can do something with your children/grandchildren. Rebounding is beneficial for people with all kinds of injuries! See my article on rebounding here on this site!
They even have a snackbar that wasn’t too shabby! If you are hungry or thirsty check it out! (If you will be there for a while remember to hydrate! You will need to drink a lot!
**Hint** I will give u a hint! They give you socks like they give in the hospital with the grips on the bottom. Do not take off your socks! Place those socks over your socks!
If you do what I did and replace your socks, you will lose their socks in the foam pit and you will be barefoot and have to walk around the dirty floors back to the front desk to get more socks! If you put them over your socks they will create friction and remain in place!
There you go a free tip! Lol
The reason I purchased the Glycerine’s was because May 24th I purchased the
Pure Flow 3’s which I announced here! Well, the Pure Flow 3’s disintegrated in 2 months! Check this out!
I brought them back to where I purchased them; the Running Company of Morristown, NJ and they screwed me by only giving me half credit on a defective pair of shoes!! I got $50 credit for the old shoes and paid the $100 balance for the Glycerine’s $150. They didn’t even give me a military discount like they usually do!
I wrote Brooks about the situation and I am still waiting on an answer. The phone chat assistance said he could give me a 20% off coupon. I said that doesn’t really help as I have another pair of shoes and the coupon would probably expire before I used it and that doesn’t make up for the $50 I got ripped off by a defective pair of shoes! He gave me the link for the form to submit for a defective pair of shoes.
If you look at the image of the sole not only is it totally worn out on the edge, but the center of my right shoe has totally self destructed look at that wrinkled gash in the middle!
This was a poorly made shoe with cheap soft foam like rubber sole! I can’t believe the Running Company rep would recommend a 280lb guy to buy a pair of shoes like that! Neither could the manager when I told her until she looked at the salesman’s name on my receipt and said yeah that explains it! I don’t think he’s with the company anymore lol nor should he be! I am surprised Brooks put out a piece of shit like that to begin with! I think the Glycerine will last a long time! You can see a big difference between the shoes!
**Update** September 11th 2014
Ok so Brooks is sending me a brand new pair of Glycerine 11’s in replacement for the defective Pure Flow 3’s! That is awesome! It’s great to see a company standby their products! Not many companies do that anymore!
Defective shoe aside Brooks are still the best running shoe on the market!
What I plan to do is an in-depth review and evaluation of rebounding and it’s benefits on the body and how I can increase it’s efficiency using various tools! For example weights and my elevation training mask 2.0!
What is a Rebounder and can I achieve my target heart rate to do steady state cardio for a prolonged time with 85% less impact than any other piece of cardio equipment! Will my size inhibit my workout as opposed to a women half my size? Will my added weight increase the time between jumps causing my cardio to not be as quick as hers thus not achieving the same cardio load or because of my size it requires a greater load and the same effect will be seen? What will happen? If I can’t achieve the same cardio load will the use of the elevation mask and less available oxygen increase the load on my body enough to see greater results. Will the use of weights help or inhibit my workout? Will aerobics class like moves keep it exciting and fresh or will I default to straight jumping? Will the dog freak out and try to bite me as I jump lol? Many questions to be asked and many more to follow!
Will my knees feel better on the rebounder? Will jumping alleviate the pain from my knees or will it just transfer to somewhere else? For example will my ankles hurt instead? Are there injuries associated with prolonged rebounding such as stress fractures etc…
What will the future hold? Stay tuned!
**Update** September 2nd 2014
I just did 20 min of basic bounce with half jumping jacks and forward to back jumps like on a cross country skier and my shins and calves are on fire and my heart rate was pumping out of my neck! I tried to do other moves not sure if I am too heavy and not coordinated enough due to a deeper bounce or if I have to build the stabilizer muscles in my leg first to be able to do that!
This is crazy! I didn’t think it would be that hard! And my knees don’t hurt so far!
I then stretched my legs and took a 3hr break. I returned to jump for an additional 20 mins and 5 mins in I popped something in my knee and I have been having trouble walking all week!
**Update** September 6th 2014
I have been icing my knee and eating anti inflammatory foods such as: cold pressed watermelon juice, cold pressed tart cherry juice, blueberries and curcumin. Today was the first day I returned to the trampoline for 20 mins. My knee is a little sore, but it felt good! I was sweating and my heart rate was pumping!!
Stay tuned for more!
**Update** November 3rd 2014
I was in the military this weekend and forgot my rebounder. I now have a sinus headache and my nose is clogged and I have post nasal drip making my throat sore and I’m starting to cough. Will the rebounder cure me? It’s supposed to stimulate lymphatic flow!