If you're not familiar with SkyZone, essentially it's a giant warehouse where they've replaced all the floors and walls with trampolines. You can bound across the room from trampoline to trampoline, then bounce yourself off the wall and turn around and cross the room in the other direction. It's the giant, rubber bouncy room that my parents always wanted to put me in as a kid.
The best advice I can give you for SkyZone though, is to get there early. In Las Vegas they open at around 10am, and if you're there right then and have all your paperwork filled out ahead of time (each person has to sign a waiver, but you can download it online and fill it out in advance) you will most likely have the place to yourself. They only allow people on to the court on the half hour, so if you're the only people there at 10am, you'll have the place to yourself until at least 10:30. This gives you all the space you need to do all the crazy tricks and cross room flips that you want (I stick pretty much to the basic belly flop and bum drop, but my kids venture into the harder stuff). All that space comes at a price though.
There's a separate room for toddlers (trampoline + ball pit = I want to be 3 again) and there are benches on the side if you don't want to venture out on the court with your kids, but I highly recommend that you give it a try. Sure your kids will probably jump circles around you, but let me tell you something they don't know that could help even things out - Double bouncing your kids when you don't need to worry about where they're going to land (they're going to hit a trampoline somewhere), is a whole lot of fun. Just know that nobody is leaving here with any energy left at all, but if you're bringing your kids, I suspect that was the idea all along.