00d 00h 00m 00s

11 Accessories You Can Buy for a Trampoline

What kinds of accessories can you buy for a trampoline? Here are 11 accessories with descriptions and pricing so you can see which ones are right for you!

min read

11 Accessories You Can Buy for a Trampoline

What kinds of accessories can you buy for a trampoline?  

Trampoline accessories can accomplish many things: They can add a different layer of fun to the trampoline, help a smaller child climb onto the trampoline safely and help move the trampoline to a different location in your yard. 

At Springfree Trampoline, we want to make sure you have access to all the information you need to make an informed decision on which accessories would be worth purchasing. 

We currently sell 11 trampoline accessories, and we will be going over a description of each of them, along with pricing, to give you a feel for the accessory options you have for your trampoline. 

Although these accessories are Springfree-specific, there will be some overlap with other trampoline brands for accessories like basketball hoops and trampoline covers.   

11 Different Accessories for a Trampoline 

Here are examples of 11 accessories you can buy for a trampoline, courtesy of our Springfree catalog: 

1. Trampoline Basketball Hoop 

The Flexrhoop with the Springfree ball right beside it 

One of the most popular trampoline accessories for kids is the trampoline basketball hoop

In Springfree’s language, this is called the FlexrHoop, a basketball hoop made from the same high-quality materials as our springless trampolines.  

A basketball hoop can be an excellent purchase to merge trampoline jumping with basketball. Both are essential childhood activities, so if your child loves trampolines and basketball, this would be the ideal accessory to consider. 

Cost: $249 

2. Trampoline Ladder 

 Trampoline ladder.

The trampoline ladder is a crucial component for trampolines, as it allows for easy and safe access to the trampoline. 

The FlexrStep, as Springfree calls it, can be adjusted to three heights and includes a lock to restrict unsupervised jumping. It also comes with a lock for the zipper in instances where one might want to restrict entry to the trampoline.   

If you’re looking to invest in increased trampoline safety, a trampoline ladder would serve you well. 

Cost: $129 

3. Trampoline Anchor 

Trampoline anchors. 

Do you live in an area that frequently experiences windy weather conditions? 

If so, a trampoline anchor would likely be a worthwhile purchase. The anchor’s job is simple but essential: It holds, or anchors, the trampoline in place—ensuring that it won’t be blown away by the wind. 

The Springfree Trampoline Ground Anchor Kit comes with 4 anchors which work for all models. However, big trampolines, like Springfree’s Jumbo models, may require you to purchase two sets of anchors. 

Cost: $99 per set of four. 

4. Trampoline Wheels 

Springfree Trampoline Wheels 

Could you see yourself needing to move your trampoline in the future?  

Whether it’s due to the weather or your weekly yard work, you may need to move your trampoline at some point. 

Since trampolines can sometimes weigh over 200 pounds, you might require an easier form of navigation.  

This is where trampoline wheels come in, as they are made to slip under the legs of the trampoline so you can roll the trampoline instead of having to pick it up and physically move it. Springfree’s Shifting Wheels comes with two pairs of wheel frames. 

Cost: $99 per set of 2 

5. Trampoline Sunshade 

Springfree Trampoline Sunshade 

Do you live in a place that experiences hot sunny summer days? (As a company with real estate in Texas, we know the feeling).  

Then the trampoline sunshade will be a worthy purchase: Springfree’s Sunshade filters 99% of UVA and UVB rays to protect jumpers from sun-related damage.  

When the trampoline is not in use, you can store it in its own storage bag.  

Cost: $149-$249 depending on the size of the trampoline. 

6. Trampoline Cover 

Springfree Trampoline Cover 

The sunshade’s equivalent: The trampoline cover, built for extreme weather conditions like snow or heavy rain. (As a company that also has real estate in Canada, we know the cold climate all too well). 

In addition to inclement weather, a trampoline cover would also be a good accessory for those that take extended vacations, have multiple residences or are planning to store the trampoline long term.  

Cost: $199 to $299, depending on size of trampoline.   

7. Trampoline Storage Bag 

Springfree Trampoline Storage Bag 

If you’re buying multiple trampoline accessories, you need to have a place to store them. 

Behold, the trampoline storage bag, which does exactly what it sounds like—stores certain accessories and items in one place. This includes smaller items, like the Springfree Trampoline Ball, clothes, phones, etc. 

The Springfree Storage Bag attaches to the frame and is made of the same all-weather UV-stabilized materials so it can survive in the elements.  

Cost: $29 

8. Trampoline Ball & Pump 

Springfree Trampoline Ball and Pump 

Now, let’s get back to the fun accessories: The trampoline ball and pump.  

This would be a good fit for kids that want a ball to play with while jumping. It’s particularly a solid choice if multiple kids will be around the trampoline at the same time.  

NOTE: Springfree recommends a “One-Jumper at a Time” Rule due to the high risk of injury when multiple jumpers are on the trampoline.  

The Springfree Ball is made of soft-touch material and is 8.2” round (can be used on all Springfree models).  

Cost: $29 

9. Ultimate Tetherball 

Springfree Ultimate Tetherball

This next trampoline/outdoor accessory would be a fun one for both kids and adults. Springfree’s Ultimate 2-in-1 Swingball and Tetherball Set allow you to play two games within one because of its unique modular system.  

Tetherball is played using a volleyball while swingball is played using a tennis ball and paddles. All are included as a part of the Set.  

Cost: $149 


10. Lob Home 

Springfree Lob Home 

If Lob seemed intriguing to you, but you have a smaller family, then Lob Home would be the better option for you. 

It’s set up the exact same way as Lob Party, but it’s a four-player game instead of an eight-player game. It also costs less money ($99) than Lob Party ($149).  

Cost: $99 

11. Yard Swing 

Springfree Yard Swing 

The final accessory on this list is the Yard Swing, which works best as a tree swing and can take the place of a regular swing set

This is a great addition for backyards that want a variety of outdoor accessories for kids to enjoy. 

Cost: $49 

We also sell a Double Platform Tree Swing for $99!

Which Trampoline Accessories Are Right for You? 

Now that you’ve seen 11 accessories for a trampoline, which ones would be most beneficial for you? 

That is ultimately up to you to decide. Ask yourself these questions to help create goals that will lead you to the accessories you need: 

  • Do you want more fun ways to use your trampoline besides jumping? 

  • Do you live in an area that frequently experiences inclement weather? 

  • Do you value accessories that will make your trampoline safer? 

Make sure to evaluate your trampoline goals before purchasing so that the accessories you buy will be worth the investment. 

If you have a Springfree Trampoline, check out our Trampoline Accessories to see how you can upgrade your trampoline!

Join the Springfree Family

Join the Springfree Newsletter to receive the latest promotions, competitions, news and more!

Spring free


Show us how much you love Springfree on Instagram