It is an indoor trampoline park in Costa Mesa with 40,000 square feet filled with hundreds of trampolines, all designed for fun.
"The nice thing about a trampoline is, no experience required," said Sky High owner Jerry Raymond. "Anybody could go out and jump a little bit."
Everyone is welcome onto the main court, where guests can free bounce, do tricks and literally bounce off the walls.
"It's the last day of my 20s, and I'm going to spend it trampolining," said an Irivne resident. "I'm here with my friends, we're having a great time, and we're having so much fun. I can eat so much cake tonight!"
There are also private rooms and courts for rent.
"Church groups bring in their youth groups all the time. School groups come in. We get singles groups, and they come in and do their singles' night parties here," Raymond said.
Little jumpers can jump around in the kids-only court, and big kids can take their best shot on the dodgeball court.
"It's really fun," said a Los Alamitos resident. "It's fun to bounce around and I love the foam pit!"
Yes, there is even a foam pit, and for first timers, it can be a little tricky.
If you really want to improve your trampoline skills, you can make it part of your workout routine. Sky High offers weekly exercise classes called air-aerobics.