My family received free admission to Sky Zone in Taylor (now Airborne) in exchange for this promotional post. All opinions are my own. Your experience may vary. Originally Published on: Oct 6, 2014 @ 11:22, Updated April, 2019.
After you arrive you will need to fill out a waiver if you don’t already have on on file. You can save time by filling out your waiver online before you arrive. Just click “ONLINE WAIVER” on their website. If not, simply fill out your waiver at the computer station right by the entrance.
The next step is to pay. Prices and hours are listed on the website. SkySocks are required for all jumpers and parents who wish to enter the courts. If you are a parent of a young child you can get a parent pass for free that allows you to enter the courts to assist your child. If you want to jump too you will need to purchase a jump pass too:)
Jump into Airborne Taylor
A bit on deciding how long to play. I found that with my 2-year old that 60 minutes was perfect, however, my 5-year old wanted to stay and play a bit longer. I suggest a shorter time for younger guests and longer for older guests.
Airborne asks their guests to sit through a presentation about safety and rules to begin your jump experience. Cubbies and lockers are available to store your belongings.
The open jump area provides participants with plenty of space to jump and fly through the 3D trampoline field. Trampolines on the walls provide a truly unique experience.
What I loved about our experience:
The staff members are very friendly and trained in management without the use of whistles.
The facility was super clean.
Airborne Taylor hosts multiple dodgeball courts that allow for versatility of use. The courts can be used for younger jumpers, fitness classes, programs, or breaking up the dodgeball games based on ability.
What I didn’t like:
You can’t jump with your little one because the zones are based on size, so adults may not jump on the same trampoline or even next to their little ones. If you are going with a child that will need constant supervision, don’t bother with a jump pass.
I wasn’t quite sure how Carlyn would be able to navigate out of the foam pit. An employee stated that I would not be able to help her out and the employees would not either…. UM OKAY! So we skipped it even though I knew she would have loved it.
Airborne in Taylor underwent a facelift in January of 2019 and it is everything! Check out the foam pit updates with the newly installed ropes, rings, and silks! Your little acrobats can try out all their new moves over a safe foam pit to break any potential falls!
The basketball nets got a makeover as well, with new screen prints on the backboards and updated height ranges. The super friendly team of Sky Zone employees were working hard to update these during my latest visit!
As always, the chill zone has more than 4 massage chairs in working condition and lots of space for families to “chill” or work on article updates in my case! They even have free Wifi!
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Early Childhood Professional, “Music with Ms. Carissa,” Mama, and now blogger thanks to MDM! Carissa works as an Early Childhood Consultant for Michigan’s state-funded Preschool Program, the Great Start Readiness Program. In her spare time, she entertains children and families with live music as part of her Music with Ms. Carissa. Most importantly, she is “Jack’s Mom” and loves adventuring with her young toddler all around Metro Detroit!
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