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Here Are the Best 14 Ft Trampolines for 2024 (Updated)

Make an informed decision about your trampoline purchase! Get expert insight and reviews on the best 14 ft trampolines for your backyard in 2024.

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Here Are the Best 14 Ft Trampolines for 2024 (Updated)

A 14 ft trampoline is one of the larger trampolines you can buy for your backyard. 

They provide plenty of bouncing room and are big enough to grow with your child. However, their size comes at a cost. 

Because we pioneered the springless trampoline design and have manufactured trampolines for decades, there’s no one more qualified than us to give you an unbiased list of the best 14 ft trampolines you can buy this year. 

You will see pros and cons, costs and an assessment of who would be a fit for each model. We will also answer some of the most common 14 ft trampoline questions. 

Let's get right to it!

Top 14 Ft Trampolines to Buy This Year  

Before we dive into the list, a quick heads-up before reading:

  • Order Based on Pricing: We're presenting trampolines from least to most expensive, ensuring options at each price point are highlighted.
  • Springfree Inclusion: We're transparent – one of our Springfree Trampolines is on the List. You'll find out why later. 
  • Quality Recognition: Just because a trampoline didn't make this List, doesn't mean it's a bad option. Our picks stood out among the competition based on our analysis and knowledge of the trampoline market.
  • Universal Con: A trampoline 14 ft or larger may not suit small backyards. Measure your space for the trampoline's size and ensure 3-5 ft clearance for safety.

Now, let's explore the best 14 ft trampolines, starting with the least expensive model. 

  1. Jumpzylla 14ft Trampoline

Jumpzylla 14 ft Trampoline  

Pros:  

  • Comes with safety features like a high-density safety enclosure, curved enclosure pole concept and a thick spring cover.  

  • Includes a galvanized steel frame and powder coated legs.  

  • Has a high single jumper weight capacity (450 pounds).  

  • Very positive user reviews.   

  • Can customize the spring cover (surface around the mat) to be black, blue, orange or green.  

Cons:    

  • Net material may break down quicker than other trampolines, creating the potential for a falling injury and/or the need to buy a replacement net down the road. 

  • The springs take off around 2 ft of jumping space.

  • Inexpensive design could increase the need to buy trampoline replacement parts and result in a shorter product lifespan. 

  • 1-year warranty is very low compared to other big trampolines. 

Cost: $549.95 (Jumpzylla) 

Who Would Be a Fit for Jumpzylla’s 14 ft Trampoline?     

If you’re looking for an affordable 14 ft trampoline that has a high weight capacity, Jumpzylla’s 14 ft Trampoline would be an option. However, the 1-year warranty and inexpensive net material are things to consider before purchasing.    

Photo courtesy of Jumpzylla.   

  1. Skywalker’s 14 ft Square Trampoline 

Skywalker 14 ft Square Trampoline 

Pros:    

  • Affordable compared to other 14 ft trampolines. 

  • Comes with Skywalker’s patented no-gap enclosure net, which helps protect against pinch points from the springs.   

  • Square design gives it more jumping room than traditional round trampolines.

  • Based on user reviews, it is relatively easy to assemble.   Users mostly seemed to have a positive experience with the Trampoline. 

Cons:      

  • Inexpensive design could increase the need to buy replacement parts and result in a shorter product lifespan. 

  • The springs take off almost 2 ft of jumping space.

  • Metal static poles create the potential risk for injury if a jumper were to collide with them. 

  • Basic design.    

  • 3-year limited warranty on the frame and a 1-year limited warranty on all other materials is low.     

Cost: $579 

Who Would Be a Fit for Skywalker’s 14 ft Square Trampoline?  

If you’re looking for an affordable trampoline with a decent jumping room (for the price), Skywalker’s 14 ft Square Trampoline may be for you.

However, its inexpensive design may make it susceptible to breaking down quicker than most trampolines and its limited trampoline warranty means parts may not be covered if they need to be replaced.    

Photo courtesy of Skywalker.      

  1. Jumpflex’s HERO 14 ft Trampoline  

   Jumpflex Flex140 Lifestyle 14 ft Trampoline     

Pros:     

  • Enclosure net is made from 100% high-strength polyester and woven together using Endless Weave knot-free system.

  • All metal components are coated inside and out with protective zinc, which helps protect against rust. 

  • Offers a 10-year warranty on manufactured defects (can purchase a lifetime warranty for $59).

  • Comes with a trampoline ladder.    

  • Positive user reviews.  

Cons:        

  • The netting and the jumping mat are separate, which can cause gaps and expose an area where you could potentially fall or hit the springs.  

  • Curved pole design helps protect against impact injuries, although poles are still static and could create some risk of impact injury.

  • Springs take up around 2 ft of jumping space, meaning it's the equivalent of a 12 ft trampoline in jumping room.

  • 198-pound single jumper weight capacity is comparably low to other 14 ft trampolines.  

Cost: $949      

Who Would Be a Fit for Jumpflex’s HERO 14 ft Trampoline?     

This Jumpflex Trampoline is a good medium trampoline with notable features including its strong enclosure netting and a smooth design.

However, its low single jumper weight capacity and potential safety hazards should be considered before purchasing.    

Photo courtesy of Jumpflex.     

  1. Vuly Thunder XL 14 ft Trampoline  

Vuly Thunder XL 14 ft Trampoline   

Pros:    

  • Includes an innovative leaf spring system without pads on the mat or enclosure. 

  • Has a UV-tested net and double-galvanized frame for durability.

  • 330-pound single jumper weight capacity.   

  • Uses only push buttons to install, making it easier to assemble. 

  • Unique design includes a printed game mat (HexVex Game Mat) with different icons.      

Cons:        

  • Linear, non-padded trampolines poles, can create the potential for injury.

  • Jumping space is equivalent to a 12 ft trampoline.

  • Must purchase an extended warranty ($249) to have the safety net, net poles and leaf springs—which can be affected by rust--- covered for three years (only covered for one year under standard warranty).  

  • Game mat icons may wear out over time and the paint can transfer to the skin in the process. 

  • Vuly does not have much of a US presence, so it may be more difficult to get direct service or parts for your trampoline.     

(**There were not enough verifiable user reviews to conclude any major takeaways from customers)   

Cost: $1,299    

Who Would Be a Fit for Vuly’s Thunder XL 14 ft Trampoline?     

Vuly’s Thunder XL Trampoline is uniquely designed and includes many of the safety and durability features that you want to see in a trampoline.

However, key parts like the net and leaf springs are only covered for a year, meaning replacement parts might be needed after a year of use. 

Photo courtesy of Kids World Play Systems.      

  1. Springfree Jumbo Square Trampoline 

Springfree Jumbo Square Trampoline

Pros: 

  • Made from high-quality materials such as a galvanized steel base with three layers of rust protection and patented composite fiberglass rods for the jumping system that is 3x stronger than steel.

  • Provides equivalent jumping space to a 15 ft spring trampoline even though it is 13 ft wide.  

  • Frame is positioned to be “hidden” so the jumper cannot make contact with it.    

  • 10-year warranty is included for all parts that cover manufacturer defects in material and workmanship.   

  • Can customize the Trampoline and choose from seven different colors. 

  • Visually pleasing design that adds to a backyard’s aesthetic.   

  • Positive user reviews.      

Cons:        

  • Premium price may not be justifiable for some budgets.    

  • Can be difficult to self-install, although professional installation is offered for $399. 

Cost: $2,499        

Who Would Be a Fit for Springfree’s Jumbo Square Trampoline?   

Springfree’s Jumbo Square Trampoline has been tested to be the safest and highest-quality trampoline on the market.

You can expect a Springfree Trampoline to last for 10 years. However, its high price point and installation are factors to consider before purchasing.  

What Should You Consider When Buying a 14 ft Trampoline?  

You've seen the best 14 ft trampolines, but how do you choose?

Here's some insider knowledge on what to look for when buying a trampoline:

  • Safety Features – What specific trampoline safety features does this trampoline come with?  

  • Quality – Is this trampoline built with quality materials that ensure its longevity through childhood? 

  • Durability - Can this trampoline withstand years of jumping and weather conditions without breaking down? 

  • Warranty - What parts are included and how long is the warranty? 

  • Design and Style – Does this trampoline look aesthetically pleasing in your backyard? Can you customize it? 

  • User Reviews – Does this trampoline have positive online reviews?    

  • Trampoline Cost – Is this trampoline within your budget and worth the investment?   

  • Other Important Factors - Weight capacity, installation, customer service and accessories.    

5 Common Questions About 14 ft Trampolines   

You surely have some lingering questions about 14 ft trampolines. After all, it's a big purchase!

Below you will find answers to inquires we get about trampolines of this size:

  1. How Much Weight Can a 14 ft Trampoline Hold? 

This depends on the single jumper weight capacity, or trampoline weight limit, recommended by the manufacturer of the trampoline. It will typically be in the ballpark of 198-450 pounds on a 14-foot trampoline. 

  1. How Many Springs Are on a 14 ft Trampoline? 

This depends on the type of trampoline you’re talking about, but you can expect a trampoline 14 ft and above to have 96 springs or more. 

  1. How Big Is a 14 ft Trampoline? 

Most 14 ft trampolines have a surface area of around 122-130 square feet, which means you need to have a larger backyard to accommodate the trampoline. 

  1. Is a 14 ft Trampoline Big Enough? 

This is contingent on who will be using the trampoline and whether they exceed the trampoline weight limit. If you are under the weight capacity, then a 14 ft trampoline is more than big enough to provide ample jumping space.   

  1. How Many Kids Can Fit on a 14 ft Trampoline? 

A 14 ft trampoline could likely fit around 5-6 kids, but this is NOT something you should try! You run the risk of injury when multiple jumpers are using the trampoline at the same time. We recommend a “One-Jumper-at-a-Time Rule” to jump as safely as possible.  

Which 14 ft Trampoline Is Best for You?        

Buying a 14 ft trampoline is not something to take lightly, and if you’ve read this far, then you are clearly taking that to heart (give yourself a pat on the back).

You may want to see what a 14 ft trampoline would look like in your backyard before making it official. Thanks to our Augmented Reality Technology, you can now do just that. 

Use your phone to access our free Augmented Reality ToolWith three easy steps, you can get an accurate view of what a 14 ft trampoline would look like at your house.

Make sure to snap a picture for later on!    

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