the new Sky Zone indoor trampoline park in the Santan Gateway North shopping center

Sky Zone is the fourth indoor trampoline center to open in Chandler.

Sales manager Lindsay Waseta says the newest entertainment center has something its competitors — Big Air, KTR and Gravity Extreme Zone — do not.

“I think we vary from the other companies because we cater to all ages,” Waseta says. “We still have the (Ninja) Warrior course, we have the foam pits, we have a slide that nobody has in Chandler, and of course we have the air court that nobody has in Chandler.”

Front and center is the air court, a combination basketball-soccer court that is one large trampoline. For folks who have never been able to dunk a basketball, it’s possible here. Sky Zone plans on hosting tournaments for basketball, ultimate dodgeball and soccer.

The Ninja Warrior course is for people who want to challenge themselves to run a course similar to the ones they’ve seen on the TV show.

The giant slide near the entrance to the facility ends by sending riders high into the air before they fall into a giant foam pit.

There’s also a zip line for those who yearn to fly and giant swings that hang above a huge foam pit, allowing anyone to swing high and fall without fear.

There’s a king of the hill area where knights can hone their jousting skills and an area reserved for very young children (five and younger) so they can play in a foam pit without worries of getting run over by bigger kids.

Sky Zone held its official grand opening on March 11. Waseta says they’ve been getting ready for opening for more than a year. Because it is located next to Walmart off Arizona Avenue and Pecos Road, she says they’ve had a lot of interest.

“People were stopping every day to look in, and they’ll say, ‘When you open?’” Waseta says.

Sky Zone has four party rooms for birthday events and other special occasions. Each reservation comes with a host who will lead the group with fun activities and serve the food. It serves some basic foods, including pizza, pretzels and nachos. An all-day pass is $29. It also sells a 90-minute pass for $24 and a 120-minute pass for $27.

Sky Zone offers memberships. An annual pass costs $279, and a monthly pass is just under $28 per month.

Waseta says word has been getting out about the opening, with more than 200 people in the building for the grand opening.

“Our air court is the most popular,” Waseta says. “So many kids come for that every single night. All of our members, mostly boys, are running basketball and soccer games nearly every single night.”

Sky Zone

1095 S. Arizona Avenue, Chandler