Get Jumping: 10 Trampolines to Amp Up Your Backyard Fun

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Cooped up and going a little stir crazy? We get it. There’s nothing that gets the kids moving like a trampoline. Whether you go for a massive outdoor trampoline, or an indoor trampoline for the living room, we’ve got the scoop on the best trampolines for kids right here. There are even a few springfree trampolines and mini trampolines to give you tons to choose from. Order yours before they sell out for summer!

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Little Tikes Climb 'N Slide Trampoline

This 7-foot trampoline will be the talk of the neighborhood when you set it up in your backyard. Easy to assemble, it's also easy for little ones to climb in and out of with the special climbing ladder and slide. It's low height protects kids from unexpected falls. You can even set it up in your living room or garage for rainy days. 

Get yours here, $438.60. 

HearthSong Inflatable Trampoline

This is a great option if you don't want to have your trampoline taking up prime real estate in your backyard all summer long. This one is inflatable and you can fill the chambers with water to make it more stable. 

Buy yours here, $129. 

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Harper&Bright Designs 15' Round Backyard Trampoline

If you are looking to practice your jump shot, this is the trampoline for you. This 15-foot design comes with a basketball hoop and ball, guaranteeing hours of fun in your backyard. An included spring pull tool makes setup even easier (you'll thank us later). 

Get yours here, $599.99. 

Little Tikes 3-Foot Trampoline

We love this option for little ones who need a movement break during the day. It doesn't take up much space in your home and you can keep it indoors or out. 

Buy yours here, $59.67.

Jump Power Rectangular Trampoline

This trampoline has a 100 lb. weight capacity, safety net and padding. It's a great option if you want something different from the usual round shape. 

Buy yours here, $271.96. 

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ACON Trampoline with Enclosure

This Finnish brand offers top-of-the-line trampolines for families all over the world. Their focus is on the bounce, studying it in a laboratory so that you have the best trampoline experience. Add on an air trampoline board for even more fun! You get what you pay for with ACON as they offer a 10-year warranty and 100% spare parts availability to keep you jumping for years. 

Get yours here, from $589. 

Springfree Trampolines

This familiar brand is known for its safety (and hefty price tag) and is uber popular with families. Their trampolines start at $799 and run up to $2,399 for the 13-foot jumbo square. Visit local distributors to check them out or pre-order yours online. 

Get yours here

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AirZone Indoor/Outdoor Youth Trampoline

Perfectly sized for little ones (up to 60 lbs.), this trampoline has a small footprint and can be used either indoors or out. It's also springless, adding another layer of safety for your little jumpers.

Get yours here, $99.99. 

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ATIVAFIT Folding Indoor/Outdoor Trampoline

We love this option because of its low price tag and easy of storage. The handle of the trampoline provides stability for little jumpers and can be folded down when you want to store it away. Plop this one in front of the TV and have them jump while watching their favorite show! 

Get yours here, $69.99. 

LIN MIE 12' Trampoline with Enclosure

This trampoline is the perfect pick if you have a couple kids who want to jump together. The weight limit is 333 lbs. and you'll get the safety netting with your purchase. 

Buy yours here, $337.53. 

—Kate Loweth


Editor’s note: As with any product your children will be using, consider the safety features on any trampoline you plan to purchase. Follow the product’s safety recommendations and limit the number of children on the trampoline at one time as directed by the manufacturer. 


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