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We Reveal the Best Trampolines for 2024 | Expert Picks

Discover 2024's best trampolines with our expert picks! Unbiased reviews, safety features, design, and more. Your guide to the perfect backyard bounce awaits. 

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We Reveal the Best Trampolines for 2024 | Expert Picks

We have thoroughly analyzed eight prominent trampoline brands to find the best trampolines for 2024. And our expert picks are in.  

Below you will find an unbiased list of the best trampolines to buy this year. The criteria we used to grade these trampolines include:  

  • Trampoline safety features.   
  • Trampoline quality and durability.   
  • Trampoline size (frame-to-frame measurements, weight limits, jumping room). 
  • Trampoline design (Does it look good in your backyard?). 
  • Trampoline warranty  and other unheralded factors. 
  • User reviews and brand reputation.   

Not only are we going to give you the best trampolines for 2024, but we’re going to tell you exactly how to pick the right trampoline using a process that has worked for thousands of our customers.   

8 Best Trampolines for This Year (2024)  

The trampoline brands below were chosen based on the results from our in-depth “Competitor Assessment” we conducted that assessed trampoline quality in addition to trampoline market share  

You will find the newest trampolines and some of the best sellers with plenty of user reviews. We will provide pros and cons from our trampoline experts, along with each trampoline’s cost.  

Note: These will all be backyard or outdoor trampolines. This List is ranked by price (least-to-most-expensive) and not quality or safety!  

1. Skywalker 12 ft Round Trampoline 

A little girl jumping in mid-air on a blue Skywalker Trampoline. 


  • Affordable for a backyard trampoline. 
  • Its primary feature is the no-gap enclosure system, which helps protect against contact with the springs.  
  • Made with a galvanized steel frame and UV-resistant materials. Both play a role in protecting the trampoline’s structure from sun or water-related damage.    
  • Reinforced T-sockets at each frame joint should give the Trampoline good stability (may not hold up under heavy winds though). 
  • 4.5/5 user reviews for Skywalker’s Round Trampolines on Google (4,338 reviews).   


  • The Trampoline’s Warranty is only 1-3 years limited, meaning it likely won't last past 3 years without replacing parts.    
  • The Trampoline’s weight limit is 200 pounds, relatively low for a 12 ft Trampoline. 
  • Jumping space equivalent to a 10 ft trampoline (88 square feet) due to the springs taking away around 2 ft of jumping space. 
  • 5.5” springs are short and hint that the bounce may not be great. This is backed up by ProTrampolines Review of the Skywalker 15 ft Round Trampoline.  
  • Basic trampoline design that doesn’t add much of an aesthetic touch.   

Cost: $329 

Photo courtesy of Wayfair. 

2. Jumpzylla 14 ft Round Trampoline  

Three kids sitting on an orange Jumpzylla Trampoline. 


  • Comes with a curved enclosure pole concept that is padded. 
  • Galvanized, powder-coated, trampoline frame helps protect against rust.  
  • Safety padding can be flipped over, which should help extend its lifespan.  
  • High single-user trampoline weight limit of 450 pounds.  
  • Can customize the spring cover (surface around the mat), choosing from multiple colors. It has a decent design for the price.    
  • Their trampolines are advertised to be easy to install and move around.   
  • Jumpzylla Trampolines have great reviews (4.9/5, 378 reviews, Google).  


  • A low 1-year warranty for the Trampoline indicates you will need to replace parts after a year if you want it to last. Durability and quality are this Trampoline’s downfalls.  
  • The low warranty also hints that it’s made with inexpensive materials. (You can buy an extended warranty for two years for $49.99).  
  • 7-inch springs are lower than the best 14 ft trampolines, meaning the bounce may not be as great. ProTrampolines reports that users didn’t feel the bounce was as powerful as expensive models.   

Cost: $549.95  

Photo courtesy of Jumpzylla.  

3. Zupapa 15 ft Upgraded Round Trampoline 

A boy jumping on a blue Zupapa Trampoline on a sunny day. 


  • The patented no-gap design of the mat mitigates the risk of contact with the metal springs. 
  • Uses hot-dip galvanizing technology to make the frame more resistant to rust.   
  • High user weight limit of 425 pounds.   
  • 10-year warranty for the frame. Industry-standard 2-year warranty for trampoline mat, frame pad, safety net and springs.  
  • Assembly is relatively easy, according to user reviews, but the net and net poles can be a bit difficult.  
  • 4.9/5, Google, 1,035 reviews for all Zupapa Trampolines.  


  • Static metal poles could pose a safety hazard for wayward jumpers jumping into the net. They are also said to bend easily, according to The Spruce 
  • Jumping space is equivalent to a 13 ft trampoline.  
  • Relatively basic design for a trampoline.   

Cost: $749.99  

Photo courtesy of Walmart. 

4. Jumpflex HERO 12 ft Trampoline 

Two kids jumping on a Jumpflex Trampoline with a slide and water. 


  • All metal components are coated with protective zinc, which helps protect against rust.  Solid weather protection all around. 
  • Enclosure net is made from polyester and woven together using an Endless Weave knot-free system. (The one-year warranty on the net hints that it may need to be replaced after a year, however.)  
  • Offers a 10-year warranty for the frame and 5 years on the mat and springs.  
  • No bolts or welds, which should make the Trampoline easier to assemble.   
  • Cool green-and-black design.   

*Not enough user reviews to make conclusions on customer satisfaction.  


  • Springs are only 7.1 inches, which is around average for spring trampolines. 
  • Warranty is only 1 year for the spring padding, net poles and safety net.  Replacement parts will likely need to be ordered. 
  • Equivalent to a 10 ft trampoline in jumping space. 
  • 200-pound user weight limit. 
  • The netting and the mat are two separate entities, which can cause gaps between the mat and the net. This can expose the springs and a potential falling injury area.   
  • Even though the metal poles are slightly curved, they still are static and could cause injury if enough force is applied to the net by the jumper.    

Cost: $849  

Photo courtesy of Jumpflex. 

This Trampoline also made our Best Trampolines for Kids List!  

5. Vuly Thunder Pro Large Trampoline  

A Vuly Trampoline with a sunshade attached. 


  • Includes an innovative pre-curved leaf spring system, which is safer than traditional trampoline springs.  
  • Quality trampoline components including a UV-tested polyethylene net and double-galvanized frame. 
  • Solid 330-pound single jumper weight limit for a 12 ft Trampoline. 
  • The net poles curve away from the enclosure, which is a plus for safety. (Enough force into the net could still cause the jumper to hit the poles.)  
  • Uses only push buttons to install, making it seemingly easier to assemble.   
  • Unique design includes a printed game mat (HexVex Game Mat) with icons.       
  • Solid warranty coverage on the frame (10 years) and mat (5 years).   
  • Excellent reviews on the Vuly Thunder Trampolines (4.9-5, Google, 858 reviews).   


  • It’s a 12 ft Trampoline with jumping space equivalent to a 10 ft trampoline. 
  • Standard warranty for the safety net, net poles, and leaf springs is only one year. 
  • Game mat icons may wear out over time, and the paint can transfer to the skin during use. 
  • Limited North American presence for Vuly may make it more challenging to obtain direct service or parts for your trampoline.  

Cost: $1,299   

Photo courtesy of The Bay Trampolines. 

6. Springfree Jumbo Square Trampoline   

A girl jumping on a Springfree Trampoline while two kids run around it. 


  • Cutting-edge trampoline safety features, including a springless design, flexible net, edge-free mat, and a concealed frame reducing injuries by 90%. 
  • Top-tier durability; this Trampoline can last a minimum of 10 years with proper use, even enduring harsh weather conditions. 
  • Square shape for maximum jumping space—155 square feet on a 13’ x 13’ trampoline. 
  • Contemporary design enhances backyard aesthetics. 
  • Standard 220-pound weight limit for a single jumper compared to other 13 ft trampolines. 
  • Generous 10-year warranty covering all trampoline parts, the only trampoline to do so. 
  • Low maintenance requirements throughout its 10+ years of use (if used reasonably!). 
  • 4.9/5 rating from 1,510 Google reviews. 
  • Worth the upfront cost if you have long-term trampoline goals.   


  • Expensive upfront.
  • The trampoline assembly process may be intricate, but manageable with two people. Utilizing the BILT App offers free 3D, interactive instructions. 
  • The unique square size might pose challenges in fitting the Trampoline into tight backyard spaces.  

Cost: $2,499  

Photo courtesy of Springfree. 

Disclaimer: We did list our Springfree Jumbo Square as one of the best trampolines for 2024. Our Springless Trampolines have proved to be the safest, highest-quality and longest-lasting Trampolines on the market.   

7. JumpSport AlleyOOP 10’ x 17’ Rectangle Trampoline 

Three kids jumping on an AlleyOOP Trampoline. 


  • Equipped with 164 9.5-inch springs and JumpSport’s VariableBounce Technology for enhanced impact absorption. 
  • Option to add a second layer of springs (PowerBounce-$400) for an elevated bounce performance. 
  • High-quality trampoline featuring a galvanized steel frame and a 10-row stitched “Permatron” Mat. 
  • Patented “Triple-Fail-Safe” Enclosure aids jumpers in bracing themselves upon impact, and its zipper-less design ensures it's never left open. 
  • Offers a lifetime warranty for the steel frame and poles, along with a 10-year warranty for the mat and enclosure net. 
  • Single jumper weight capacity of 225 pounds.  

Note: Not enough user reviews to make conclusions about customer satisfaction.   


  • Expensive Trampoline (should have good long-term value because of its warranty). 
  • Springs located INSIDE the enclosure net may increase the risk of spring-related trampoline injuries. 
  • Linear steel poles could pose a safety hazard for wayward jumpers if padding wears down. 
  • Jumping space is approximately 93 square feet (equivalent to an 8’ x 13’ springless trampoline). 
  • Assembly is reported to be a time-consuming process, according to ProTrampolines.  

Cost: $3,299  

Photo courtesy of JumpSport.  

This Trampoline was also included in our Best Trampolines for Gymnastics 

8. ACON X 17 ft Trampoline  

ACON Rectangle Trampoline. 


  • Great quality, with a frame built with black-powder coated 2.5 mm thick tubes.  
  • UV-treated mat with 10 rows of stitching, meaning it won’t tear easily.   
  • Highly customizable Trampoline, including its height, springs formation and safety enclosure walls.  
  • Just under 10-inch springs should deliver a solid bounce (ACON has a good reputation for bounce quality). Comes with a spring-protection safety skirt. 
  • 260-pound single-jumper trampoline weight limit.  
  • Trampoline warranty is above-average: 10-year warranty on the frame, 5 years on the mat and springs and 1-2 years on the safety padding and other components.   
  • Comes with a ladder.   

(This is a new Trampoline, so not enough user reviews to assess customer satisfaction.)  


  • Very high upfront cost ($3,900)  
  • The metal springs are INSIDE the net, which can increase the chances of toes or feet getting trapped.  
  • Jumping space is equivalent to a 15 ft trampoline. 
  • Assembly could prove difficult due to its size (661 pounds). 

Cost: $3,900  

Photo courtesy of ACON.  

9 Steps to Choosing the Best Trampoline  

These eight trampolines make up the best trampolines of 2024, based on our internal analysis. But how do you choose which one is right for you?   

We have nailed down a trampoline buying process that will guide you directly to your perfect match. Answer these questions in order and consult the list above to find your trampoline:  

#1: What type of trampoline do you need? 

#2: What size trampoline do you need? 

#3: How safe is the trampoline? 

#4: How long do you want the trampoline to last?  

#5: What trampoline accessories do you require?  

Note: We didn’t cover trampoline accessories in the assessment of 2024 trampolines above, but they can be an important component of a trampoline purchase.   

Common accessories include trampoline basketball hoops, anchors and ladders. Some brands offer trampoline bundles, which include trampoline accessories as a part of your purchase. This can save you money if you are planning to buy accessories separately.  

A Springfree Trampoline with a Hoop and Ladder included:  

A Springfree Trampoline with a hoop and ladder.  

#6: How difficult is the assembly process? 

#7: How much maintenance will be required? 

#8: What is your budget for a trampoline? 

#9: What is the best brand that meets your goals/budget?  

These are the common questions you should have answered before buying a trampoline.   

But if you’re struggling to set your goals and need some advice, reach out to us to receive professional timely assistance! Don’t wait until you’ve already bought the wrong trampoline.   

Where to Buy a Trampoline in 2024  

Once you have pinpointed a trampoline, it’s time to figure out where you want to purchase it.   

You have multiple options, from online retailers to brands to local dealers.  We’ll let you in on a secret: It MATTERS where you buy a trampoline and when you buy a trampoline.   

You could potentially find a trampoline sale if you strategically plan ahead!  

Check out our guide on where to buy a trampoline for expert tips and tricks.  

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