Out & About: Bounce off the walls at Sky Zone

Out & About: Bounce off the walls at Sky Zone

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Canton, Mich. (WJBK) -

Are your kids bouncing off the walls at home? Then you might want to take them to Sky Zone Sports in Canton.

The 35,000-square-foot facility is covered with trampolines, dodgeball courts, ball pits and more. It holds 400 people and offers guests 30, 60, 90 and 120-minute jump times. Private events are also available.

Colleen Fitzgerald is the owner who brought the franchise to Michigan. She says the place isn't just for kids. SkyRobics classes are offered for adults that she says can burn up to 1,000 an hour.

To learn more, log on to canton.skyzonesports.com.

42550 Executive Drive
Canton, MI 48188
7-34-981-0007

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