Two new trampoline parks coming to Santa Ana, Westminster
The trampoline business continues to grow in Orange County as two more jump emporiums open this fall.
Rockin’ Jump, a trampoline park headquartered in Pleasanton, opens Thursday. This marks the company’s first Orange County location and 17th overall.
To celebrate, the trampoline park is offering a variety of giveaways:
• Sept. 17-25: 100 pair of socks a day
• Sept. 26-Oct. 2 100 chair massages a day
• Oct. 3-Oct. 9: 100 T-shirts a day
• Oct. 10-Oct. 16: 100 slices of pizza daily
Rockin’ Jump has an open jump area, a trampoline dodgeball court, a basketball area, a stunt bag area, climbing wall and jousting challenge.
“Trampoline and our other activities help kids build strength, confidence and coordination while having fun,” said Cory Moore, Sales & Marketing Director for Rockin‘ Jump in a statement. “Adults love the fact that bouncing is aerobic, burns tons of calories, and promotes fitness.”
Rockin’ Jump was founded in 2010. The family owned company now has 15 franchises. Santa Ana’s Rockin’ Jump is at 1411 S. Village Way.
Sky Zone comes to Westminster Mall
Westminster Mall will open Sky Zone, another indoor trampoline park franchise, this fall. The play zone will be 31,682 square feet.
“Sky Zone is proud to bring our unique brand of healthy and exciting entertainment to Westminster Mall,” said franchise owner Jim Bellino in a statement.
Bellino is the husband of former Real Housewives of Orange County cast member Alexis Bellino.
Bellino already co-owns the Sky Zone in Anaheim. The 35,000-square-foot Anaheim park is inside what used to be an empty warehouse owned by a zipper manufacturer.
The Anaheim center cost $2 million to build. A one hour jump at the location costs $15.
Sky Zone has more than 100 locations in the U.S. and offers trampolines, dodgeball and foam pits.
The Westminster Sky Zone will be located near to Macy’s upper level.“The addition of Sky Zone at Westminster Mall will add another dimension to the area’s favorite mix of stores and dining options,” said Melissa Palencia, regional vice president of Simon Property Group, in a statement.