Sky Zone Trampoline Park

People age one to 75 are jumping with excitement at Bismarck’s newest indoor recreation center. Since opening its doors in 2017, Sky Zone Trampoline Park has welcomed thousands of customers. Sky Zone offers massive wall-to-wall trampolines for endless aerial action. In addition to freestyle bouncing, customers can compete in dodgeball games or slam dunk on the Sky Jam court. “Everybody has fun. Our youngest participant jumpers are one-year-olds. The oldest jumper I encountered was 75!


There is something for everyone,” says Owner Drazen Samardzic. “There are some customers who come here five times a week, if not more. They’ve become part of the family.” Sky Zone is more than a trampoline park. The facility offers a variety of indoor activities. In the Foam Zone, customers can fly without fear or challenge their friends in a gladiator jousting battle.


Those looking for a challenge can conquer the curved incline of the infamous warped wall. At Sky Zone, the sky’s the limit. And there’s more to come. “In 2019, we’re planning to get five climbing walls. People will be able to climb a 25 to 30-foot climbing wall without a harness. When they reach the top, they can jump into a foam pit,” says Samardzic. “We’re also getting a five-lane warrior course. It will be almost the same as the American Ninja Warrior courses you see on TV. There will be many different obstacles to pass to reach the end. So, that will be a really cool asset for us.”


The facility also offers a 70-seat luxury coffee shop, Coffee Zone, where parents can relax while kids get their jump on. And if anyone gets hungry, Fuel Zone offers hot refreshments including pizza, hot dogs, pretzels and popcorn. “We are trying to build a good family atmosphere. We would be nothing without our customers. We do our best to please our customers to come again.”


Sky Zone is located at 5003 Ottawa Street. The trampoline park is open from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday and 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. For more information, visit

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