Enjoy Toddler Time at the Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park January 15
Take your toddler to Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park this January 15 and let them bounce around for a little while. This way, they can stop bouncing off of your walls! They’ll have a lot of fun in the safe, supervised environment at Sky Zone. The more fun they have, the easier it will be for you to put them down for a nap later.
It’s time for toddlers at Sky Zone. Bring them to the indoor park from 11 am to noon so they can have fun jumping and bouncing around. The indoor park is dry and warm even in winter weather, and this event is designed for kids aged 5 and under. Toddler time costs $8 per tot, and they get full access to the toddler-safe area of the park.
Sky Zone is in J-Town at 2671 Technology Drive. The Sky Zone indoor trampoline park is one of many family-friendly places you’ll find in Jeffersontown. It’s easy to keep toddlers, kids and parents busy here. After your toddler enjoys an hour of jumping around, explore a little bit more of J-Town. You could spend more than one day exploring the shops and sites of the small city within the city of Louisville, but the main attraction of Jeffersontown is the homes.
On the Town in J-Town
People have lived in Jeffersontown since 1797, and some of the city's most famous families once lives here. Thomas Bullitt, the Oldhams and the Hites all lived in J-Town over the years, and it's still a community full of Louisville families. Many of the homes here are made with traditional architecture in stone and brick finishes, with all the details that families need. The houses have garages, basements and extra rooms for growing families to spread out in The homes themselves are spread out on big lots with lots of lawn, because kids need places to play outdoors, too.
There are several subdivisions within J-Town, places with cul-de-sacs and quiet streets. J-Town has its own mayor and police department, and functions like a small city in every way. In fact, you can pretty much find everything in J-Town, so you don't even have to leave this area if you don't want to. After you spend some time here, you’ll find out why.
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