QUEENSBURY — After a protracted 12 months alone, residents got here out cautiously to take pleasure in indoor leisure Friday.
Indoor actions like water parks and trampoline facilities are actually allowed to open at 25% capability. They have been closed for greater than a 12 months underneath state orders, because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Nothing was bought out Friday. However those that have been there have been thrilled.
“It was a type of unhappy 12 months, as a result of these are enjoyable locations and nothing was open, so we needed to keep residence,” mentioned Miles Robertson, 8, of Queensbury.
He was doing flips on a trampoline at Sky Zone minutes after the park reopened.
His mom didn’t inform him and his brother the place they have been going when she put them in automobile. However Miles figured it out.
“Once we got here off the freeway, I mentioned, ‘I do know the place we’re going!’” he mentioned. “That is going to be the very best 12 months.”
His brother Jasper, 5, screamed “It’s open!” once they pulled into the car parking zone.
Jessica Robertson, their mom, purchased tickets the day that Sky Zone introduced it will reopen.
“I’m so glad to have this again open,” she mentioned.
One other mom, Denise Younger of Queensbury, took her daughter and a good friend to the park Friday.