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The Best Trampolines for Joyful Jumping in Your Backyard

Four trampolines that you can use to exercise, have fun and blow off steam, sometimes all at once.

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Pretty much everyone loves a good trampoline. They’re a fun way to exercise and blow off some steam, and they can keep kids entertained for hours on end. Of course, if you’re going to invest in a new trampoline for your backyard, you’ll want the very best.

The chief consideration when purchasing a new trampoline is, obviously, safety. Most will come with a net that keeps you from bouncing off and falling, so make sure you’re comfortable with the insurance that it offers. The other thing to keep in mind is your own yard and how the trampoline will fit within it. No matter how big your backyard, there’s no way around the fact that trampolines really aren’t the most aesthetically pleasing of beasts, so you may want to dedicate a particular space to it that doesn’t get much foot traffic. To that end, the size of the trampoline itself should also be considered

You’ll have to assemble most trampolines yourself, too, so make sure you’re comfortable with that process before purchasing. Here are four of the tops on Amazon.

1. Jins & Vico Recreational Trampoline with Safety Enclosure Net

Looking for a full-featured trampoline for the family. This model from Jins & Vico comes loaded with everything you could want. Measuring 14 feet across, it boasts a weather-resistant basketball hoop and 5.7-foot-tall safety enclosure net. It’s massive jumping area has a maximum capacity of up to 780 pounds, which means several people can use it at once. Best of all is its strong build quality, which all but ensures you’ll be jumping for years to come.

Jins & Vico Recreational Trampoline with Safety Enclosure Net


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2. Merax Trampoline with Safety Enclosure Net

Bouncing on a trampoline is fun and all, but at a certain point, you may find yourself wanting more from the experience. Merax’s trampoline is the perfect remedy, as it’s both a fun trampoline and a high-flying basketball court thanks to its built-in hoop. It’s about 14 feet across and comes with an extra pole for the net for further safety. One downside is that it can only hold 300 pounds of weight at a time, so it’s best suited for kids.

Merax Trampoline with Safety Enclosure Net


Merax Trampoline with Safety Enclosure Net: $339.99

3. Albott Trampoline with Enclosure Net

When it comes to buying a new trampoline, safety is obviously paramount. Albott’s nails that, with a net that’s 6 feet tall for a trampoline that’s 15 feet wide. The ladder is easy to climb up and allows you to safely get to the jumping pad, and the galvanized steel poles are all covered with foam sleeves. Security is especially important for this trampoline, as it also doubles as a basketball court courtesy of its removable basketball hoop. Keep in mind, though, that it can only hold 440 pounds at a time.

Albott Trampoline with Enclosure Net


Albott Trampoline with Enclosure Net: $349.99

4. CalmMax Trampoline

Trampolines have come a long way since you were a kid. But sometime you just want something simple that you can bounce on. CalmMax’s trampoline is just that. Measuring 12 feet across, it can support up to 400 pounds at once. The one add-on is a necessity, too—a 360-degree, 6-foot-tall enclosure net, that will keep you, your friends and loved ones stay safe no matter how much fun you’re having bouncing around.

CalmMax Trampoline


CalmMax Trampoline: $295.99

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