Sky Zone Opens Indoor Trampoline Park in Shelby Township

This fun-filled new facility held their Ribbon Cutting Grand Opening recently with the Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Owner Colleen Fitzgerald on the scissors joined by Shelby Twp. Clerk Stan Grot, Treasurer Michael Flynn, Chamber Directors and Ambassadors all joining in to mark the official opening for this new trampoline park. Colleen also owns locations in Canton and Novi, and was excited in bringing this new location to Shelby Twp. "Sky Zone provides guests with thrilling activities fit for all ages and fitness levels where they are guaranteed to have a 'soaring' time. Filled with wall-to-wall trampolines, Sky Zone provides a brand new way to move and sets the stage for a variety of activities such as 3-D Dodgeball and SkyRobics, an invigorating and fun, yet highly effective, fitness class that can burn up to 1,000 calories in an hour. Participants can also partake in Open Jump where they can bounce for fun, freestyle their latest moves, or jump into a giant foam pit. In addition, the facility is also the perfect venue for a unique and memorable group outing, offering birthday party packages, corporate team building programs and other group events for churches, schools and camps. They're located at 50810 Sabrina (south side of 23 Mile, just east of Schoenherr), contact them at (586) 930-0600, or www.skyzone.com.

macombresident January 23, 2014 at 01:39 PM
My daughter was so excited to have this open up near us as she had been to Airtime in Troy many times & loved it. She went last weekend and unfortunately was not as thrilled with this one. Air Time is, of course, much larger but beyond that, she said that it was VERY strict in what they allowed the kids to do, like over the top, to the point of ridiculous strict. Now, I am all for having rules to keep kids safe, so at first just smiled inwardly, thinking this was just 12 year old complaining about adults being too strict and was secretly glad they were enforcing rules. However, the more she told me, the more I understood that they were strict to the point that the kids couldn't even have fun. Compared to Air Time, which of course also has rules to keep everyone safe, they encourage them to also have fun, and this was something of a let down. Kind of like going on a playground and then being told you can't climb the stairs to the slide because its too dangerous and you might fall, or you can only use the swings if you don't swing.....Hopefully it's because they've just opened.


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