When spring rolls around, I start scouring the internet for family activities to fill our last week of freedom before summer vacation. I mean think about it, after spring break aside from Memorial Day, there’s a pretty long stretch until summer vacation at the end of June, (at least here in NYC).
So, this year I was super excited to add a Spring Break Party at SkyZone in Mount Olive New Jersey to our list of things to do during that week.
SkyZone Mt. Olive is an awesome indoor trampoline park created for inventing new ways to play for the entire family. We had recently attended a party at an indoor bounce house park and had a ball, so this was right up our alley. With wall to wall trampolines, this is the perfect place to for both parents and kids to get a workout together while having fun.
As soon as we arrived, the staff welcomed us with open arms and helped get all of our waivers and paperwork in order so the party could started as quickly as possible. We were given our signature orange socks and a quick tour of the park by our amazing party hosts David Rojas & Ron Penarete.
During our tour, my son eyed the basketball trampoline area right straight away, and claimed that as his favorite part of the park…hands down! He literally stayed there for half the party being cheered on by David and Ron.
The rest of my family explored the other areas of park which also included 2 dodgeball arenas, a fitness area, and a foam pit.
The adults at our party played it pretty safe and stuck to the trampolines that didn’t require too much skill to look cool.
The kids weren’t the only ones having fun!! The foam pit was my second favorite area. I had a good old time jumping in and laughing the entire time while making my way out. I also had a ball watching my family members enjoying themselves as well.
If there was one aspect of the experience I could highlight, it would definitely be the service from our party hosts David and Ron. They were awesome. They were sure to keep the kids engaged with activities and games even off the trampolines while they were taking a break.
After an hour or so, we were exhausted and ready to wind down before heading home. Good thing it was time to head back to our party room for pizza and drinks.
Leaving SkyZone Mount Olive was bittersweet because while we were exhausted, we couldn’t wait to come back. Within a week, my family was thinking about our next visit. I would highly recommend families check out this location. They are open 7 days a week and have themed and age specific classes and open bounce times during the day for kids of all ages. Check out their website at www.skyzone.com/mountolive. Thanks again SkyZone for having us!!
FTC Disclosure: This post was sponsored in part by SkyZone Mount Olive. All opinions are my own.