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Sky Zone on Rt. 22 in Springfield Opened Saturday

Sky Zone Ribbon Cutting with State Senator Tom Kean (middle), Mayor Richard Huber (4th from right) and Township Committeeman Chris Capodice (2nd from left) Credits: Ellen Dickson
Some of the attractions Credits: Ellen Dickson
Township Committeewoman Erica DuBois with daughter, Mayor Richard Huber and Township Committeeman Chris Capodice Credits: Ellen Dickson
Sky Zone's Manager Credits: Ellen Dickson
Sky Zone's lobby Credits: Ellen Dickson
Welcoming people to the Grand Opening Credits: Ellen Dickson
Dodge Ball courts Credits: Ellen Dickson
Warped Wall Credits: Ellen Dickson
Guests looking at the new facility Credits: Ellen Dickson
Refreshment center Credits: Ellen Dickson

SPRINGFIELD, NJ - Mayor Rich Huber and Township Committeeman Chris Capodice joined State Senator Tom Kean and Sky Zone officials to “cut the ribbon” for their official opening on Saturday February 24. After officially signing in, guests were allowed free rein of the facility. Some of what the 35,000 square foot park includes wall to wall trampoline courts, a warped wall to run up, Skyslam, an Ultimate Dodgeball Court, and Foam Zone.

Sky Zone also features a mezzanine with relaxing massage chairs and a loft area for a large party. Refreshments are sold at a first floor snack bar. A free jump around birthday party for ten was given away with other prizes, games and music by WPLJ-FM.

Sky Zone hours vary.  It is closed Mondays.  Tuesday through Friday it is opened 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  Saturdays it is opened 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Sundays it is opened 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

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