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The Best Trampolines on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic Reviewers

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Here at the Strategist, we like to think of ourselves as crazy (in the good way) about the stuff we buy (like pillows), but as much as we’d like to, we can’t try everything. Which is why we have People’s Choice, in which we find the best-reviewed (that’s four-to-five-star reviews and lots of ’em) products and single out the most convincing. While we’ve written before about other yard accessories like lawn games and chairs, here we’ve rounded up the best-reviewed trampolines on Amazon. (Note that reviews have been edited for length and clarity.)

Best trampolines for little kids

Little Tikes 3’ Trampoline
$53 at Amazon

“Perfect size for toddlers! My son is 2 years old and he has plenty of room to jump around now and will have plenty of room to ‘grow’ into for years. Assembly was easy and came with all the necessary tools. Trampoline definitely seems sturdy and my child has only stopped jumping on it long enough to eat and sleep. The handle is perfect for young kids who need some support and is curved out to prevent them from jumping and landing down on it.”

The Original Toy Company Fold & Go Trampoline
$90 at Amazon

“Honestly, I had no idea what to expect when I decided to get an indoor trampoline for our 2.5-year-old grandson. It was a huge hit right off the bat. He grabs the bar, hangs on tight, and almost flies when he bounces. His face lights up with a big smile and sparkly eyes. Large enough for his sister (5 years old) to bounce with him. I am not disappointed at all in this purchase. It is sturdy, easy to set up, not too large for indoor bouncing, and will be easy to store in the box when the time comes. It is a great way to burn off ‘indoor’ energy during the winter months.”

Bazoongi 48-Inch Bouncer Trampoline With Safety Pad and Balance Handrail
$83 at Amazon

“Our son loves it. When we first showed it to him, his eyes lit up. When he was 2, we required him to hold on to the bar to bounce. Now 3, he’s much more stable, and we allow him to bounce not holding on (though sometimes he’ll choose to hold on). He can now go from standing to sitting to standing, bouncing the whole time with a big smile on his face. It’s definitely one of his most-used play items. And working off energy helps both him and us.”

Best enclosed trampolines

Sportspower My First Trampoline
$110 at Amazon

“My kids love jumping on this thing. Sometimes they jump for nearly an hour. This is the only ‘toy’ we have that the kids never get bored of. It’s an excellent gift, and I’m sure that any kid who receives it would be amazed and happy. My 2-year-old and 8-year-old both jump on it every day. They have a blast on it! It took me about 45 minutes to an hour to assemble, but it was worth it.”

Skywalker Trampolines 12-Feet Round Trampoline and Enclosure With Spring Pad
$237 at Amazon

“We could not be happier with this purchase. I shop Amazon on a regular basis and rarely leave reviews, but this product deserves some praise. The trampoline is just the right size, plus very solid and sturdy. Our evenings here are extremely windy, but this trampoline doesn’t budge a bit, even though our patio furniture moves all over the place! Super fun. Great exercise. Friends love it. Gets your kids out of the house! Yay!”

Skywalker Trampolines 15-Feet Round Trampoline and Enclosure With Spring Pad
$336 at Amazon

“Love this thing! I was shocked at the quality for the price. It is so much better than I thought it would be and my kids have spent hours and hours playing in it since we purchased it. It wasn’t very difficult to set up. We’ve had the trampoline for a year now and we still love it. The kids jump and play on it pretty much daily. They love having friends over to jump and also spend a lot of time just playing on it. It’s really a great product and has been the best thing we have bought the kids.”

Best enclosed trampolines with ladders

Giantex Trampoline Safety Enclosure Net With Spring Pad Ladder
$270 at Amazon

“I have owned many trampolines over the last 20 years or so, but I’ve never spent more than $200. When I saw that this one had a 350-pound weight limit, I decided to spend more than I was planning because my kids are older. I have to say, the thing that impresses me most with this trampoline is how quiet it is! The last one we had was SO loud, I had to put time restraints on it, as to not bother the neighbors too early or too late. This beauty is absolutely silent! It’s sturdy, too. The quality of all parts is amazing! If you are looking for a nice, quiet, sturdy trampoline for older kids, this is the one!”

Zupapa Trampoline With Enclosure Net, Poles, and Safety Pad Ladder
From $430 at Amazon

“What an amazing trampoline and company! We bought this as a present for our two kids, and wow do they love it! Their friends as well, so much fun! Every day they go and bounce, bounce, bounce. I was worried the novelty would wear off after a month or so, but not at all. We have had parties with the kids’ friends and it’s always a huge hit! So glad we finally decided to get one! We are also very happy with the quality. The strength of the frame has been great, and for the price, was as strong as some of the more expensive ones. I’m glad I did my homework and chose this!”

Best trampolines with basketball hoops

Skywalker Trampolines 15-Feet Jump N’ Dunk Trampoline With Safety Enclosure and Basketball Hoop
$349 at Amazon

“Our whole family loves this trampoline! It’s been up for about a month and a half and has survived our five spirited children! My husband and I have also been on it with them! The springs are well-covered with the padding, and the design of the net completely eliminates the possibility of little fingers and toes getting caught in the springs. Was a breeze to put together. Instructions were very easy to understand. Great buy!”

Merax 12-Feet Round Trampoline With Safety Enclosure, Basketball Hoop, and Ladder
$260 at Amazon

“Bought for my 2-year-old daughter’s birthday. Not only does she love it, but my wife and I use it almost daily to play with our daughter or just to jump for fun. With a 220-pound weight limit, we are easily under this, even when our kid is with us. Easy to set up and lasting fun. Great way to burn off energy indoors for kids and adults.”

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The Best Trampolines on Amazon, According to Reviewers