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Sky High Sports Tigard

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Sky High Sports
11131 SW Greenburg Rd
Tigard
OR
97223
Tel: 503-924-5867

Directions

They are located at 11131 SW Greenburg Road, just near the 5 and 217.

Where are we going today?

Sky High Sports is where bouncing off the walls is a VERY good thing!  It's a unique trampoline fun center where you can flip, bounce, jump, tumble, and flop until your heart's content!

Spend the day free-bouncing, and showing off your latest tricks that you have just created.  It's a great way to stay healthy and a great social activity! Bounce for as long as you like - and you have a huge space to really develop your skils, and experiment with new moves! 

You can also participate in some of their organized activities, such as trampoline dodgeball. Yes - this is where you get to enjoy your favorite school yard game, but bouncing on a trampoline! Where you can knock your opponents off their feet - literally! Pretty cool!

The great things about the trampolines at Sky High Sports, is that they have specially designed, spring loaded frames so there's more give when you land.  You also don't have to worry about falling into those pesky springs either like you do on some trampolines.  These are totally safe and extend right up into the walls, so there isn't really an edge to fall off of!  You can just keep going!  All the frames and springs are nicely protected with 2 inch thick padding, so you just go for gold! 

If you want a break from bouncing the Kids Adventureland is a super cool multi-level play structure.  At an additional entry fee, it's perfect for those younger kids who might want to have some time away from the bigger bouncers - and there is also additional seating for parents 

Fancy bouncing you way through your next birthday celebration? They have 2 party packages and an adventure land package so you can bounce the day away with all your friends! (And when it's finished, you can just leave as the lovely staff will do all the cleaning!)  

Get those legs ready - it's bounce time! 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsSummer: $12 for first hour, $2 every hour after
  • ChildrenSummer: $12 for first hour, $2 every hour after
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Summer: Monday 9am - 9pm / Tues - Thurs 11am - 9pm / Fri & Sat 11am - 11pm / Sunday 11am - 8pm. Ad

Fall hours (back to school hours) vary slightly.

Any Top Tips?

Keep and eye out for the weekly specials! Thursday night is family bounce night, so get everyone down there and see who can bounce the highest! Friday night has a deal for 3 hours of jump time and unlimited video games! Fun! .

Doing our bit

The center are very dedicated and involved with the community, and try and raise a lot of money for local foundations! They are happy to speak to anyone who may need assistance. Go them! .

Need a little extra help?

For the first Tuesday of every month, they dedicate 3pm - 6pm to kids with special needs. The music will be turned down, and distractions minimized while both kids and adults can enjoy a fun afternoon of bouncing!.

More information

You can bounce in bare feet, but if you want jumper grip socks they can be bought for $2/pair at the center.

What people are saying?

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    I have 2 boys, 1 girl, varying ages, and they all love Sky High Sports. They've been there for countless birthday parties, including their own, and they always want to go again. We don't live near by, so it's a special treat to get to go, but it serves as a perfect reward activity. Dodgeball is fun for the older kids (and Dad), and the swinging rope into the foam pit appeals to the 1st-grader. Parents can play, too, or chill on a couch or chair -- or in a massage chair.

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    Family Favorite is Friday Nights from 8-11. Only $15 for the three hour session, and it includes free pool, foosball, air hockey, and video games.

    Both of my sons, 11 & 16 really enjoy going to SkyHigh, and we have been going there pretty consistently since it opened. You will usually find them trying new tricks in the Main Court, inventing new dunks in the basketball area, or they are battling it out in the Dodge Ball Arena. It is a great place to take the boys for an hour or two, or sometimes more, where they are totally active and totally...Read More

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    Great play space for kids and adults. The arena is clean and has enough variety to keep everyone happy.I've read complaints about the sign in waiver, but it's necessary and the same as any place where a waiver is required. It's a bit on the pricey side so our larger family has only been able to go on the great Groupon deals which is the only reason I could not give it 5 stars. I would also recommend opening the private court for a 2nd Dodgeball Court on busy days/nights. It's frustrating to wait for Dodgeball and waste your play time waiting when...Read More

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    This place was great and bad, and the bad can be fixed - I sure hope they do so. From the get-go there were problems. I wait ten or fifteen minutes in a line to pay and get in only to be told that I had to sign a digital waiver by the front door, and that there was clear signage indicating this needed to be done. Three other families were told the same thing, so no, there was no clear sign instructing anyone to sign anything. There was a very unclear sign saying we had the option of doing so, but no. And, the woman told me, I would have to...Read More

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    My kids; 11 yr old boy & 8 yr old girl love Sky High Jump. I like it because they get to be physical while with friends. It's hard to find such opportunities in an indoor place as many places now depend on the arcades. The other great thing is that Sky High is featured on websites like groupon & living social often. This basically gives us the luxury of having two hours of jumping for the price of two among other options. It's on our list of places to go on school off days too.

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by Jason Lee

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Family Favorite is Friday Nights from 8-11. Only $15 for the three hour session, and it includes free pool, foosball, air hockey, and video games.

Both of my sons, 11 & 16 really enjoy going to SkyHigh, and we have been going there pretty consistently since it opened. You will usually find them trying new tricks in the Main Court, inventing new dunks in the basketball area, or they are battling it out in the Dodge Ball Arena. It is a great place to take the boys for an hour or two, or sometimes more, where they are totally active and totally entertained.

The staff is extremely friendly and attentive, and the snack shack has just what they need when taking a break.

For me, the price is pretty good, and I can watch the current sporting events on one of their many tvs, when Im not watching my boys amaze me with new acrobatic feats.

** If you have not been to Sky High before, the first time you go, be sure to fill out the online waiver, or get there 15 - 20 minutes early to fill it out onsite.

by Jordan Gilbert

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Great play space for kids and adults. The arena is clean and has enough variety to keep everyone happy.I've read complaints about the sign in waiver, but it's necessary and the same as any place where a waiver is required. It's a bit on the pricey side so our larger family has only been able to go on the great Groupon deals which is the only reason I could not give it 5 stars. I would also recommend opening the private court for a 2nd Dodgeball Court on busy days/nights. It's frustrating to wait for Dodgeball and waste your play time waiting when a Court remains empty. Overall, our family would HIGHLY recommend!

by timothy hutchings

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This place was great and bad, and the bad can be fixed - I sure hope they do so. From the get-go there were problems. I wait ten or fifteen minutes in a line to pay and get in only to be told that I had to sign a digital waiver by the front door, and that there was clear signage indicating this needed to be done. Three other families were told the same thing, so no, there was no clear sign instructing anyone to sign anything. There was a very unclear sign saying we had the option of doing so, but no. And, the woman told me, I would have to wait in the fifteen minute line again.

Two of the three signing stations were out of commission, which is ridiculous. The family using the one working station were computer illiterate, or the station was also broken, and no one was there to help. I forced my way up to the pay counter again and demanded help, I was given a paper waiver "just this once."

Seriously? You can't get your act together and you're talking to me in that tone?

I'm also informed that their "Toddler Monday" has arbitrarily been canceled and the safe space i was expecting is overrun with kids of all ages unattended by their parents who are accidentally and purposefully cutting in line and, in general, not being toddlers.

Inside the place is pretty great. Cavernous, nice building. Warm. The kids play structure is pretty nice, not so great an example of the type because it's only climbable by kids who are probably 3 or 4. But whatever. The play area is nice.

The jumping areas are nice too. But:

You aren't allowed to wear shoes on the trampolines. The bathrooms were foul with water and urine, I watched barefoot boys walking right through it. How gross. I noticed some of the seasoned veterans had some sort of flip-flops. Do that. But know that bare urine feet are being tracked everywhere.

Oh, and the snack bar is good and cheap!

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