Indoor Trampoline Park SkyZone Set To Open In Rockledge In January
By Space Coast Daily // December 8, 2015
BREVARD COUNTY • ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA – SkyZone, the first indoor trampoline park, has selected the City of Rockledge in which to open one of its newest locations.
Currently, the company has over 100 trampoline parks in four countries and continues to expand.
For the second year in a row, SkyZone was listed in the publication, Inc. 5000, which ranks the fastest-growing private companies in America.
Combining fun and fitness by using a variety of different trampolines, SkyZone is dedicated to offering an experience likened to weightlessness to its patrons – bouncing, flipping and landing in a pit filled with 10,000 foam cubes.
“Having had family living in Brevard County for over 20 years, we are very excited to bring SkyZone to the Space Coast and become part of the Rockledge community,” said Joe Dillon, one of the project developers.
“We believe that our park in Rockledge will provide a great central location for our Space Coast guests, and we’re excited about the growth and expansion in the area and hope to provide a great family environment by promoting awesome, healthy fun in our park,” Dillon said.
In addition to the SkyZone core amenities, which include a Main Court, Sky Slam, Foam Zone and Dodge Ball, SkyZone Space Coast will feature one of the first Ninja Courses in the entire SkyZone system and will also incorporate another new SkyZone innovation known as Sky Hoops.
Although uniting fun and fitness into a unique entertainment experience are primary objectives, safety at SkyZone is paramount.
Every jumper is required to sign a liability waiver, which can be completed online or downloaded from the local SkyZone website.
“We are thrilled to have SkyZone locating in our community,” said City Manager Jim McKnight.
“SkyZone offers a different and enjoyable approach to being active and getting healthy, and it will provide a new source of leisure activity for the citizens of Rockledge and the entire Space Coast. We can’t wait until they open their doors,” McKnight said.
SkyZone Space Coast, which is targeted to open in January 2016 at the Three Meadows Plaza/Aldi Marketplace, northwest corner of Barnes Boulevard and Murrell Road, anticipates it will bring between 100 and 125 new jobs to the area.
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ABOVE MAP: SkyZone Space Coast, which is targeted to open in January 2016 at the Three Meadows Plaza/Aldi Marketplace, northwest corner of Barnes Boulevard and Murrell Road.