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Santa Clarita Kids Love to Jump Sky High at Sky High Sports

Santa Clarita Kids Love The Trampolines at Sky High Sports

One of the most fun things for kids to do in Santa Clarita are the super safe trampolines at Sky High Sports. I interviewed a group of local Santa Clarita kids ranging in age from 5 to 17 years old and they all agreed, they just love jump sky high on the trampolines at Sky High Sports. Six year old Gianna Gregory says “Sky High Sports is my favorite place to go, even better than Magic Mountain!” I must say, I’m not a young guy anymore, but when I saw this place I really wanted to jump sky high too. In fact, I think I will, but maybe at a time there’s not so many kids present to laugh at me! Sky High Sports is located at:

28656 The Old Road
Valencia, CA 91355
Phone 661-775-6300
Website – http://val.jumpskyhigh.com/

Sky High Sports has Special Family Night Deals

At Sky High Sports there a bunch of trampolines (at least 150) and they are all spread out in a very large warehouse type building. The trampolines are constructed and placed very safely, with plenty of padding covering the springs, so there’s no way to fall between the springs if too close to the edge. They are placed adjacent to each other, in all directions, even up the sides of the walls. If a child jumps too close to the edge, they just end up on padding, or the adjacent trampoline. Really, these trampolines are nothing like I ever jumped on when I was a kid.

Sky High Sports is a great place for a birthday party, or just go during the open jump time. I also noticed they have, dodge ball, All six Santa Clarita High School flags are hanging from the roof at Sky High Sportsspecial nights, strobe lights, loud music and all that stuff for the older kids to go during the evenings. We don’t have all the details, so visit their website or give them a call to get the specifics on hours, price, etc. By the way, the place is really parent friendly. The entire building is very roomy and there are plenty of places to sit, watch large screen tv, or pull out your laptop and get some work done. If you don’t want to be around the kids, there’s a lounge and it’s fully equipped with video monitors, so you can keep an eye on your children, but secluded from all the excitement. Also, there are plenty of staff for supervision and they really do supervise!

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The Paseos of Valencia – Community of Santa Clarita Valley

Valencia is a popular community in the Santa Clarita Valley, and is also where visitors will find the lovely Paseos. SCV is well known as a wonderful, family friendly place to live, eat, shop or play, but the real attraction are the Paseos. Of all the well planned growth, the one feature many residents appreciate most, are the miles of well maintained walkways, paseos and trails. The paseos are mostly located in the Valencia community, but the city trail system stretches far and wide, from one end of Santa Clarita to the other.

The Paseos of Valencia are a little different than the trail systems of the city. The Paseo walkways are typically wider than a normal sidewalk and are paved with concrete. Often, they have  lighting, an occasional bench for a rest,  and even conveniently placed doggie bag dispensers. The areas surrounding each side of the Paseos are landscaped and they are just perfect for evening strolls. The Paseos wind through various neighborhoods, usually connecting neighborhoods to each other, parks, shopping, city sidewalks, bridges and the trail systems. There are large attractive bridges extending over the top of the larger city streets and usually connect the neighborhood on one side of the street, with the neighborhood on the other side. Where we live, we can walk the Paseos almost all the way to the local elementary school, crossing over the major street via the pedestrian bridge. Once over the bridge we wind our way through a beautiful little neighborhood park, and up to the school. It’s a very safe path of travel, especially for the children. There Paseos are lovely, with a good amount of shade, and are extremely well maintained. There is nothing more pleasant than nice healthy walk to the local park, via the Paseo’s of Valencia.

The Trails of Santa Clarita are a little different. The trail systems are are usually wider, asphalt paved, with separate lanes for walkers, runners, and bicyclists. I once rode my bicycle from Valencia to the east end of Canyon Country, and that was just a short portion of the miles of trails available. It’s really a wonderful and safe way to traverse and tour the city. Basically, these trails run along the banks of the natural riverbeds, so it was some smart thinking to make use of otherwise wasted land. It wasn’t too surprising, on a recent early morning walk my wife and I spotted a coyote that just walked right by us!

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