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Sky Zone 101: Your Guide to Toronto’s Indoor Trampoline Park

Your Guide to Toronto's Indoor Trampoline Park

Sky Zone 101: Your Guide to Toronto’s Indoor Trampoline Park

Whether you're new to Toronto's jumping scene or a born bouncer, chances are you've heard the buzz about Sky Zone.

This is the ultimate indoor trampoline park perfect for thrill-seekers, families looking for an unforgettable day out, or fitness enthusiasts looking to upgrade their regular exercise routines.

Join us on a journey through the flips, twists, and turns of one of the most exciting indoor adventure parks in Toronto!

Sky Zone 101: Your Guide to Toronto's Indoor Trampoline Park

Time Zone

Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-4)

Best Time to Go

Sky Zone Toronto is most enjoyable during the weekdays, particularly from Monday through Thursday when the park is less crowded. Weekends (Friday through Sunday) are typically busier, especially during the summer months when schools are out.

Things to Know

Currency: Canadian Dollar 

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Languages: English

Phone: +1 647-363-5552

Operating Hours: 

  • Monday to Thursday, Sunday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Friday and Saturday 9:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Ticket Prices:

Sky Zone offers single-day passes with varying durations and a tiered membership pass.


  • Elite: $39.99 per month
  • Basic: $29.99 per month

Single-day passes

  • Standard (90 minutes of jumping time): $29.99 
  • All day (Unlimited access): $44.99

Things to Bring:

  • Bottle of water
  • Stroller if you’re bringing children
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Change of clothes
  • Cash

Where is Sky Zone?

Sky Zone Toronto is located at 45 Esandar Dr, Toronto, ON M4G 4C5, Canada.

Here’s a map of the surrounding area:

Where is Sky Zone

How to get there

Public transportation: 

Take the TTC subway to the Victoria Park station on the Bloor-Danforth line. Take the 24 Victoria Park bus north for 11 stops and get off at the Esandar Dr stop.

Sky Zone will be on your left.

By car:

If you’re driving, take the Don Valley Parkway (DVP) east to Exit 39 (Victoria Park Ave).

Turn right onto Victoria Park Ave and go north for 2.5 km. Then, turn left onto Esandar Dr and you’ll see Sky Zone on your left.

You can see the directions here.

What to do at Sky Zone

Try Freestyle Jumping

Freestyle Jumping is your go-to if you’re new to the trampoline scene. Sky Zone invites you to a roomy, bounce-filled playground, decked out with wall-to-wall trampolines to help you reach new heights.

Here, there are no rules; feel free to jump, bounce, and flip to your heart’s delight. Plus, it’s the perfect playground for trying out the coolest tricks and mastering those stunts.

Try your hand at SkySlam

If you’re up for a little extra excitement, why not sprinkle in some sports action? SkySlam is your ticket to channelling your inner Vince Carter, with a lineup of exciting hoops ready to test your slam-dunking skills.

Imagine soaring towards the rim – it’s a thrill! And don’t sweat it; they’ve got hoops at various heights, so whether you’re looking to challenge yourself or go head-to-head with a friend, SkySlam has got you covered.

Play a game of dodgeball 

Ever tried giving dodgeball a whirl while bouncing on trampolines? If not, you’re in for a treat!

Come on down to Sky Zone and put your dodgeball skills to the test. Whether you’re gearing up for gym class or simply craving some action, get ready to break a sweat and have a blast.

Jump into the Foam Zone

If you’re itching to practise your boldest stunts without fretting about the landing, give Sky Zone’s Foam Zone a spin. It’s like a supercharged upgrade of their regular trampoline court, complete with a fluffy pit of foam cubes to cushion your landings.

This spot is perfect for kids who are still mastering their bounce and for anyone eager to dive into the world of tricks and flips

Test your balance at the SkyLadder

Feeling like showing off your balance skills? Climb your way up the SkyLadder and strut your stuff. 

It’s another one of Sky Zone’s cool mini-games waiting for you to tackle. The challenge is to conquer the wiggling ladder all the way to the summit and stake your claim without taking a tumble into the soft pit of doom.

Win the Battle Beam

The Battle Beam is another great way to test your balance and strength, all while having fun. Here, you’ll find a balance beam where you can face off against an opponent and try to knock them off balance.

It’s the perfect spot to feel as if you’re a gladiator in battle, minus the ‘battling to death’ part – just pure fun!

Participate in fitness classes

Sky Zone has cracked the code on how to stay in shape while having loads of fun. Introducing: SkyFit– their very own bouncy fitness programme.

Their classes are all about low-impact, high-energy workouts that’ll have you breaking a sweat while having a blast. Plus, they’ve got special packages and discounts for both you and your kids, so you can enjoy your workout while the kiddos bounce and play.

Host a party

From: @honeydrop_ilive

What could be cooler than throwing your next party at an indoor trampoline park? Seriously, we’ll give you a moment to think about it.

Sky Zone offers customizable party packages perfect for groups of 10 or more. It covers the party space, a host, chairs, tables, utensils, printable digital invitations, and access to the park’s amenities, of course.

The best thing about hosting a party here is Sky Zone will take care of everything– from planning and setup to hosting and cleanups. All you’re tasked to do is have a great time bouncing with friends and family!

Sign up for SkyCamp

SkyCamp is the ultimate summer adventure for kids! It’s not only a ton of fun but also a fantastic way for them to stay active and let their youthful energy run wild.

All you have to do is drop your kids off and Sky Zone’s instructors will take it from there. They’ve got a whole bunch of age-appropriate activities lined up, from fun exercises to epic rounds of ultimate dodgeball.

It’s also perfect for youngsters who are just getting the hang of bouncing on a trampoline and kids who are looking to make friends with fellow jumpers.

Enrol your kid to become a Little Leaper

Sky Zone’s Little Leaper program is the perfect way to have your kids learn through play. The best part is parents can also join in the fun and accompany their little tots as the kids go through the bouncy adventure Sky Zone’s instructors have prepared.

You’ll love watching your kids as they make new friends, bounce, climb, and explore without having to worry they’ll fall and get hurt.

Try Glow Jump Nights

Every Friday and Saturday, a fun party gets going on at Sky Zone with their weekly GLOW experience. Imagine lasers, music, and cool back lights that turn the whole park into a jumping dance club.

This event is open to everyone– even kids, but take note that everyone is required to sign a waiver before participating. You’ll also have to wear a black light-reactive shirt which is available for purchase for $5. 

Is the shirt you’re wearing reactive enough? The Sky Zone Space Coast Team Members will be the judge of that. 

Where to eat near Sky Zone

Olde Yorke Fish & Chips


Address: 96 Laird Dr, East York, ON M4G 3V3, Canada

A day of jumping on trampolines is bound to work up your appetite, and we’ve got some great food options nearby, like Olde Yorke Fish & Chips, which is just a short 10-minute walk from Sky Zone.

Olde Yorke is a cosy family-owned and operated restaurant with a legacy of serving scrumptious British-style fish and chips for over 25 years. 

It’s a local favourite spot, known for its traditional, no-frills setting that’ll transport you to the classic British fish and chips shops.

Amsterdam Barrel House


Address: 87 Laird Dr, Toronto, ON M4G 3T7, Canada

If you’re in need of a cool spot to chill while your kid’s having a blast at Sky Zone, head over to Amsterdam Barrel House, a modern pub serving up Amsterdam ales and a diverse menu of comfort food, plus plenty of outdoor seating.

This place has been a staple in Toronto’s craft beer scene for quite a while. They’ve got an impressive selection of their own handcrafted beers, offering a wide range of styles, from lagers to ales and stouts.

When it comes to grub, you’ll find a delicious lineup of pub-style dishes, including burgers, sandwiches, and appetisers that pair perfectly with their brews.

Naan Kabob


Address: 62 Laird Dr, East York, ON M4G 3V1, Canada

You’ll also find Naan Kabob in the area if you’re looking for a place to grab a bite after having a blast at Sky Zone. They’re an Afghan restaurant chain with multiple locations in the GTA, one of which is a short walk from the indoor trampoline park.

At Naan Kabob, you’ll discover a variety of mouthwatering traditional dishes, with a special focus on kabobs, grilled meats, and of course, naan bread. Some of our top picks include their tandoori chicken and the sultani kabob.

And don’t forget to save room for dessert! Give their firni a try – it’s a popular slow-cooked Indian sweet pudding made with rice, milk, and sugar.

LOCAL Public Eatery 


Address: 180 Laird Dr, East York, ON M4G 3V7, Canada

LOCAL Public Eatery is the perfect spot for kicking back and savouring comfort food and drinks in a friendly, laid-back atmosphere. It’s a local favourite spot in the neighbourhood, with a selection of craft beers on tap, bar food, and live sports on TV.

If you’re on the hunt for a family-friendly eatery after your trampoline adventures, this might be a great choice. They serve a variety of hearty meals from fried chicken ramen and BBQ rice bowls to house-made veggie burgers and fish tacos.

And for adults looking to unwind, they’ve got Happy Hours that are sure to add an extra dose of cheer to your visit!

South St. Burger


Address: 45 Wicksteed Ave, Toronto, ON M4G 4H9, Canada

There’s also a burger chain with old-school touches and a menu of beef, chicken, and veggie burgers and fries near Sky Zone if you’re craving something greasy. Meet South St. Burger– your ticket to gourmet burgers made from 100% pure beef patties.

One of the coolest things about this place is they let you own your burger. Feel free to choose from a wide selection of toppings, condiments, and buns to create your unique burger combination–a hit with picky eaters, including kids!

But if you’re eager to try their signature creations, we highly recommend giving the True North a go. It’s packed with aged cheddar, maple bacon, onions, and their exclusive signature sauce.

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