Trampoline

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Trampolines come in a variety of different shapes and sizes.  If you are looking to purchase a trampoline take a look at the area you want in put it to place it and measure to see how big it is.  6ft trampolines are good for a smaller size garden, while an 8ft trampoline or a 10ft trampoline can generally fit in a medium to large size backyard.  Whereas the 10ft trampoline and larger, is great for a bigger backyard.  Most trampolines come with a safety enclosure, so you will need to add approximately an extra 2ft for a clearance area, around the trampoline.  If you want a trampoline without a safety enclosure, maybe an in-ground trampoline, you will need to add and 8ft clearance area around the trampoline.

It is also good to think about who will be using the trampoline.  While and 8ft trampoline might be just right for a young family, bigger children would be better suited to a 10ft trampoline or larger.  Kids love bouncing for hours on the trampoline and it is such a fun activity for the whole family to do together.

8ft trampolines and smaller are usually designed to only have one jumper at a time.  While the 10ft and above sized trampolines can carry more weight.  All trampolines come with a weight restriction, so please check these before making your final decision.

In conclusion, there are many different types of trampolines available.  So measure your backyard, do your research and you find the best trampoline for your family’s needs.

Here is our Best Kids Trampolines – 2018 Reviews and Buyer’s Guide

Here is our outdoor Best Trampolines – 2018 Reviews and Buyer’s Guide