Black Friday Trampoline Deals (2023)

All of the best trampoline Black Friday deals are going to be posted here! finding trampolines in stock right now is pretty tough. The supply chain issues and overseas shipping, as well as high demand has made trampolines hard to come by. But with that being said, there are trampoline deals for Black Friday and … Read more

Which Brands Make 14ft Trampolines

There are several brands that make 14ft trampolines. Some of the popular brands are: Skywalker Trampolines, JumpSport, Vuly Trampolines, Springfree Trampoline, Zupapa Trampoline, Upper Bounce and Acon Trampolines. When deciding which brand to go with, a few of the things you want to consider include price and longevity. Typically the more you spend, the longer … Read more

Fun Things to do on a Trampoline

Summertime is here and the kids are looking for fun things to do on a trampoline! If your kids are anything like mine, they are “bored” and asking for things to do. It does not matter if I tell them to go get on their new bikes, or play tag or hide and seek. They … Read more

How to Clean a Trampoline

If you are wondering how to clean a trampoline then you are in the right place. A trampoline is a valuable purchase and with a little love and care, it can be used for years. Cleaning and winterizing are a little different and I have a post about winterizing your trampoline if you would prefer … Read more

When is the Best Time to Buy a Trampoline?

If you are wondering when the best time to buy a trampoline is, the results may surprise you. Prices for goods go up and down all the time based on supply, demand and the economy on a whole. When fuel prices increase, the cost to deliver your newly ordered trampoline goes up too. But trampolines … Read more

How Much Weight Can a Trampoline Hold?

How much weight can a trampoline hold and the weight limits for safely bouncing on a trampoline are two different things! Each size trampoline has a different weight limit with toddler trampolines often only rated for around 50 lbs and 15-foot backyard trampolines being able to accommodate 250 to 400 lbs. In the article below, … Read more