Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park offers programs for all ages

“If you can walk, you can jump,” says Danny Serpico, whose new business venture relies on the fun (and vigor) of bouncing.

The 31,000-square-foot Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park -- more trampoline than flooring -- has a lineup of activities for a variety of ages. Dodgeball, basketball and a foam pit appeal to teens and tweens for special events on Friday and Saturday nights, while toddlers get their own special jump time on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.

“It’s a safe environment that you can bring your family and friends,” says manager Serpico, a Columbia native.

But jumping isn’t just for kids at Sky Zone, where SkyRobics classes for adults take a bouncy approach to the traditional aerobics class. Hour-long sessions, which cost $14 (there’s a half-price discount for your first session), disguise the chore of working out while still providing aerobic and muscle-strengthening exercises. Take, for instance, jumping down a vast lane of industrial-strength trampolines, landing in a foam pit, then army-crawling back to the arena wall. Or bouncing high enough to slam-dunk a basketball into one of Sky Zone’s tall hoops.

Open jump hours vary by day and are posted on Sky Zone’s website. Prices range from $11 for 30 minutes to $26 for 120 minutes. Sky Zone hosts birthday parties, too.

Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park, 7175 Oakland Mills Road, Columbia. 443-546-4477,

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