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Sky High Sports Spokane

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Sky High Sports
1322 E Front Ave
Spokane
WA
99202
Tel: 509 321 5867

Where are we going today?

Sky High Sports Spokane

Offering fantastic family fitness with trampoline walls as well as floors plus dodgeball sessions and tournaments.

Special sessions are held for toddlers, special needs and adults only so check ahead for open bounce times.

It's a simple but addictive entertainment especially with the music added in.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$10 1st hour $5 2nd hour
  • Children$10 1st hour $5 2nd hour
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Monday 11am to 10pm (Munchkin Mondays 11am; Home school 1pm), Tuesday 2pm to 10pm, Wednesday 2pm to

Need a little extra help?

The first Tuesday of every month from 2pm to 5pm they offer a special needs family session with quieter music etc., for details contact [email protected].

More information

Birthday parties also offered..

What people are saying?

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    UGHHHHH. im a gymnast and the was doing a flip and I slipped and the slick trampoline and broke my nose. (don't ask I don't even know) they have ridiculously strict rules. it gets so hot its crazy. DO NOT GO. skyzone is soo much better. don't bother guys, like srsly

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    The trampolines here are very noisy, stiff, and even slick. Also the pads covering the springs are blocky and thin as opposed to thick and tapered like other trampoline parks. I hate to be the bearer of bad news but this place is a poor quality version of sky zone. If you are over 150lbs you will not find the bounce on these trampolines enjoyable nor will you go very high. Furthermore, the staff here is very nice which makes this hard to say but the sad reality is that this business spent more money on the numerous video game machines and flat screen...Read More

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    Although the first experience wasn't the best(the main bounce area was being used for a class and the only other place to bounce was the little kids area) it was still fun because of dodgeball. Also i contacted the general manager Jonathon about what happened and he gave my entire group tickets for free to return. that is great customer service. I would highly recommend this place to anyone that wants to have a god time for a few hours. And its not to expensive. And for those of you haters that say it is to expensive then realize that there...Read More

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    My 15 month old daughter & 17 year old brother loved it here. My wife and I loved it too.

    Pros:
    They are strict about keeping big kids out of the 8 & under section, so my daughter was safe.
    Foam pit is fun, but smells like sweat.
    Dodgeball is fun, when you don't have a bunch of crazy teenagers. The balls are spongey, so they (usually) don't hurt.
    The big trampoline section is fairly large. I had no trouble finding a place to bounce off the walls (literally) without bumping into others.
    Both my daughter & my brother fell asleep on the drive home.

    Cons:
    Wear...Read More

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    So much fun. I went to take the kids but I ended up playing myself.

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by Anna Johns

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The trampolines here are very noisy, stiff, and even slick. Also the pads covering the springs are blocky and thin as opposed to thick and tapered like other trampoline parks. I hate to be the bearer of bad news but this place is a poor quality version of sky zone. If you are over 150lbs you will not find the bounce on these trampolines enjoyable nor will you go very high. Furthermore, the staff here is very nice which makes this hard to say but the sad reality is that this business spent more money on the numerous video game machines and flat screen TVs than on quality trampolines. If your an adult looking for a gentle bounce I recommend any sky zone over this place, it was made with the focus on quality bouncing. This place seems to be banking off the trampoline trend with its atmosphere. I honestly do not know how any adult could jump here and think it was fun. If this place had higher quality pads and tramps I would rate higher. Sorry sky high sports, I wanted to like you.

by Joshua Marsh

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Although the first experience wasn't the best(the main bounce area was being used for a class and the only other place to bounce was the little kids area) it was still fun because of dodgeball. Also i contacted the general manager Jonathon about what happened and he gave my entire group tickets for free to return. that is great customer service. I would highly recommend this place to anyone that wants to have a god time for a few hours. And its not to expensive. And for those of you haters that say it is to expensive then realize that there are times where you can jump for cheap. Also if you broke something(back) while jumping well that is your fault and not the companies. They post all of the rules and its not their fault if you can't jump into a giant pit. NOT DANGEROUS.

by Sean Hatcher

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My 15 month old daughter & 17 year old brother loved it here. My wife and I loved it too.

Pros:
They are strict about keeping big kids out of the 8 & under section, so my daughter was safe.
Foam pit is fun, but smells like sweat.
Dodgeball is fun, when you don't have a bunch of crazy teenagers. The balls are spongey, so they (usually) don't hurt.
The big trampoline section is fairly large. I had no trouble finding a place to bounce off the walls (literally) without bumping into others.
Both my daughter & my brother fell asleep on the drive home.

Cons:
Wear light clothes, you WILL get hot.
The pads between trampolines are fairly hard. It's better than landing on a steel bar though.

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