Sky Zone Trampoline Park held its grand-opening celebration on Sunday at 9490 Blue Grass Road.
The celebration included music from Q102, appearances by costumed characters and clinics conducted by contestants from American Ninja Warrior and Ultimate Beastmaster.
Nancy Morozin, owner of the Dining Car and chairwoman of the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, joined owners Phil Stoops and Rich Burns in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Stoops and Burns presented a $1,500 check to Allison Moore, a vice president at Valley Youth House.
There are more than 160 Sky Zone locations around the world. The local site has more than 300 parking spots.
The 40,000-square-foot facility features more than 120 trampolines, including an area set aside for toddlers.
Besides wall-to-wall trampoline courts, there is a Ninja Warrior Course, designed as an obstacle course to test balance, skill and endurance.
Other amenities include a Freestyle Jump, Ultimate Dodgeball and the Foam Zone, which is filled with 10,000 foam cubes.
Basketball players can dunk in SkySlam or go one-on-one with their friends on the SkyHoops court.
Sky Zone has a snack bar and is open for events such as birthday parties, fundraisers, field trips, college events, team building, sports team parties and corporate outings.
Soon, management hopes to offer weekend glow nights, where guests will jump and dance to music wearing neon-colored shirts. ••