Trampoline Tents- Trampolines are loads of fun, but they are much more beneficial than that. First, they allow you and the kids to get some exercise. Nearly all muscle groups get to work when you jump on a trampoline. Second, they keep the kids something to pour their energy out on so they do not wrestle with your furniture inside the house!
We took a look at some of the best trampoline tents for different families and put together our reviews below. Feel free to read and like!
List of the Best Trampoline Tents of 2020:
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#1. JumpSport BigTop Trampoline Tent
One of the best safety features of this trampoline tent is its no-pole design, which means there is less likelihood for your child or their friends to get hurt while playing inside. Also, fewer parts mean there is less chance of ending up with damaged components that can be a pain to replace.
This is a mid-sized trampoline tent measuring 11’ across and 5.5’ tall and should fit round trampolines measuring 12’ to 14’ with 3 windows and 1 door. However, the tent may not fit enclosures from other brands.
Conclusion: Overall, we think this gives good value for money. The patented no-pole design is great for parents who have super active kids, and all the other features seem to be enough for the price. The only possible deal-breaker is that there is no guarantee that it will work with enclosures from other brands.
#2. Bazoongi Circus Trampoline Tent
True to its name, Bazoongi’s Circus trampoline tent does look like a circus tent, popping with various bright colors even from a distance. The entire tent is made of polyester, which is known for its durability and strength.
According to Bazoongi, the Circus trampoline tent has an internal frame made of a patented “G3” fiberglass pole, which is supposed to reinforce the entire tent and make it much stronger. The only downside is that it is meant for use on only the same company’s “jump pod.”
Conclusion: We love the look of this colorful trampoline tent and believe the fabric and the internal frame should be durable enough to withstand frequent use. Our only gripe is that it is meant to be used only with Bazoongi’s own trampoline. So they have been picked in our trampoline tents list.
#3. Propel Trampolines Trampoline Club House
This trampoline tent measures 180” each from top to bottom, from side to side, and from front to back. With these measurements, this unit should fit 15-foot trampolines with 6 enclosure poles.
One of the best things about this model is the easy installation. You just drop it over as it is all in one piece and just tie the whole thing securely to the frame and the posts. There are three screened windows, a zippered door, and weather-resistant walls.
Conclusion: All in all, we believe this bright-colored trampoline tent from Propel Trampolines is great for families residing in areas with good weather. That is because the ceiling design does not seem to have been optimized for rainwater, which can accumulate on top and create a basin in the center.
#4. Bazoongi Tree House Trampoline Tent
This other trampoline tent from manufacturer Bazoongi is meant for smaller trampolines (7.5 ft) and is made of CPAI-approved polyester. Like our earlier Bazoongi unit, this one uses its patented G3 fiberglass pole internal frame.
The only possible issue we are seeing is compatibility. This model is designed to work only with the manufacturer’s trampoline (jump pod).
Conclusion: In general, we think this is a great trampoline tent if you already have the company’s so-called jump pod unit. Otherwise, you definitely want to do a lot of measurements to make sure this fits your trampoline.
#5. Propel Trampolines Propel Tent
This item from Propel Trampolines has a zippered entrance and 3 screened windows with adjustable covers. The walls are weather-resistant, and there are roof troughs intended for draining light amounts of moisture.
This trampoline tent is meant for use with 15 ft trampolines with 6 enclosure net poles from Propel Trampolines, so if your unit is of a different brand, consider looking at the measurements closely before buying.
Conclusion: Overall, this model from Propel Trampolines looks like a good buy. The only possible trouble is that there are some reports of poor ventilation, but such complaints are few. So we picked them up to be on our best trampoline tents list.
#6. Acon Trampoline Tent
This trampoline tent from Acon is a lot more expensive than others, and we think that is because of the size and the durability of the material. This is also easy to put up and collapse, and it fits around trampolines measuring 15’.
One thing we noticed, though, is that it is not rainproof. If you look at the photo, you can easily see that the rain will easily get to the inside through the windows. For a model this costly, that should have been taken into consideration.
Conclusion: We do love Acon’s trampoline tent for 15’ round trampolines because of its easy setup, durable fabric, and great look. However, we would not recommend this if you live in a rainy area because rainwater can easily make it inside the tent.
#7. Propel Trampolines Propel Shade Cover
Similar to other Propel Trampolines tents, this one has roof troughs for draining some water and easy-to-set-up single-piece assembly. One big difference is the open sides, which can be a good and a bad thing.
On the one hand, this ensures that you can see what is going on inside all the time and the kids inside stay cool. On the other hand, they may get drenched when there are rain and wind at the same time.
Conclusion: This is a practical option for those with shaded yards. This tent is well-ventilated due to the open sides, easy to put up, and can handle some moisture well. With its cheap price, this is good value for money.
#8. Jump Zone My First Trampoline
This is the only item here that is a complete trampoline-with-tent top set. This is hence ideal for those who have little kids and no trampoline just yet.
The unit has 36 R-hook springs, a black jumping mat, U-shaped legs, and padded rust-resistant, galvanized poles. The netting enclosure is made of polyethylene mesh, and there is polyester fabric on top.
Conclusion: We would recommend this model to parents who want to make their trampoline shopping a little less stressful. All the components that will be needed by your little tyke are here for such an attractive price.
A Final Word for Trampoline Tents:
Trampolines are very useful recreational toys to have in your backyard, and trampoline tents are great means of making them even more useful and safe. We hope this list helps you in picking out the ideal trampoline tent for you and the kids. Do share this with your friends if you liked it. Happy jumping!
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