About Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park

First on the scene and best in its class, Sky Zone created the world’s first wall-to-wall trampoline park in 2004, bringing healthy, high-flying fun to people across the globe. Now you can be part of this international sensation.



Liquid Capital Requirement: 400,000

Location: KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV, WI, WY

Financial Information

Initial Franchise Fee: $60,000
Additional Fees: $1,283,813
Total: $1,343,813 – $2,794,230

Franchise Overview

About Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park

Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park began franchising in 2009 in Las Vegas. The facility offers an array of options for customer use. Not only can customers walk-in for “open jump” times, but locations can be rented for parties, fitness classes, among other events.

Sky Zone Core Attractions

Sky Zone offers a variety of attractions and programs that customers can experience. These opportunities include Skyslam, where guests can use the basketball nets for a trampoline version of basketball. The Foam Zone is a pit of foam blocks in every Sky Zone location. Ultimate Dodgeball is another option available, along with SkyLadder, SkyLine, and other equipment and programs.

How to start franchising with Sky Zone

Prospective franchisees can begin the franchising process on the Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park website. The website features a request information form, which users may fill out and receive further steps and information in their e-mail box.


Success Stories

Jeff Platt, founder of the Sky Zone franchise, grew up in Los Angeles. Initially Sky Zone was intended to become a new sport, however, it did not meet much success. Platt and his father, who initially founded Sky Zone as a sport, decided to open Sky Zone up to the public.

“Our first location was located about seven miles from the Las Vegas Strop,” Platt told Fox News. “The business was driven by locals, not tourists.”

Two years after the first location was opened, Platt opened another in St. Louis. Using more precision in market analysis, the St. Louis location eventually became more successful than the original. According to Platt, the location and facility were much improved with the second opening. 

“We chose a higher-income area in St. Louis and a nice, clean-looking new building,” Platt told Fox News. “It was a bigger and fully air-conditioned facility that had more courts.”

Before long, the franchise gained traction on national TV. According to Platt, inquiries from across the world followed close behind. Once Platt opened his third location in California, he decided to franchise Sky Zone.

“Operating a franchise is totally different than operating retail stores,” said Platt. “Franchising seemed attractive because it was a way to scale quickly.”


“Jump Man: How Sky Zone Went From Failed Extreme Sport To A $300 Million Business” From Forbes.

Additional Info

Sky Zone offers its customers a variety of programs including fitness classes, dodgeball competitions, and capture the flag battle style games. The franchise also allocates specific times and areas for youth use, ensuring parents that their kids play in a safe environment.