Sky Ranch (or Sky Fun) is a network of amusement parks in the Philippines. Sky Ranch has three branches; in Tagaytay, San Fernando, Pampanga, and in Baguio. The first Sky Ranch amusement park opened in Tagaytay in 2013.
Sky Ranch Tagaytay
San Fernando, Pampanga
|Owner||SM Prime Holdings|
(First amusement park)
|Sky Ranch Pampanga|
|Sky Ranch Baguio|
The Sky Ranch branch in Tagaytay is situated along Tagaytay–Nasugbu Highway, Tagaytay, Cavite which opened in March 2013. It is located inside a property owned by SM Investments Corporation's subsidiary SM Land commercial property division (later merged with SM Prime Holdings, Inc), where several shops and restaurants are also located. It includes kiosks, rides, and the Sky Eye Ferris wheel, which is 63 meters (207 ft) tall and has 32 gondolas. The amusement park temporarily closed following ash fall caused by the Taal Volcano eruption on January 12, 2020 but reopened almost a week later on January 18.
The Sky Ranch branch is located at Luneta Hill, Upper Session Road, Baguio which opened in 2018. Its opening was met with opposition from surrounding universities which expressed concern on noise pollution generated by the park.
|1||Sky Ranch||March 2013||Tagaytay|
|2||Sky Ranch Pampanga||November 26, 2014citation needed][||SM City Pampanga, San Fernando, Pampanga|
|3||Sky Ranch Baguio||2018||Baguio, Benguet|
- SEC approval of amendment to Plan of Merger bet. SMPH and SM Land - PSE.com.ph
- Sky Ranch- via SM Land's Commercial Properties website (from Internet Archive)
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- Cahiles, Gerg (18 January 2020). "Tagaytay's SkyRanch reopens, other tourist sites still being cleared of ash". CNN Philippines. Retrieved 19 January 2020.
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- Alimondo, Lauren (29 December 2018). "Yearender: Benguet losses, triumphs and challenges". Sun Star Baguio. Retrieved 4 October 2019.