10 Best 10ft Trampolines in 2022

For this post, I have put together a collection of the 10 best 10ft trampolines currently available. Please browse my kids trampoline buyer’s guide which cover the best buys, sizes, covers and safety advice.

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There is no better way for children to burn some energy in the garden than with a 10ft trampoline to keep them entertained.

If used safely trampolines can be so much fun for all ages, and they are a great way to get some exercise in to your child’s day!

Trampolines can increase fitness levels and muscle strength making them a highly beneficial addition to your garden.

To learn more about Trampoline Safety I highly recommend checking out this page on ROSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents).

Not sure on the size you’re looking for? See my picks for the best 8ft trampolines and 12ft trampolines.

How We Selected

I have carefully made my selection by searching the web for reviews on 10ft trampolines to find you the ones with the best feedback.

I have researched the ones with the best design features, weight capacity or that have added accessories included, as well as offering a various selection on prices, for families on a budget to the more premium options.

I have also based my research on family and friends testing and my own personal experience of having two lively boys who love to jump around!

So here is my list of the 10 best 10ft trampolines.

KANGA 10FT Premium Trampoline

  • Frame- heavy-duty galvanized steel
  • Features a strong safety net enclosure with ladder and anchor kit
  • A high quality and high performance trampoline.
  • comes with 4 support legs
  • Max weight capacity : 120kg
  • Safety: EN71 certification
  • Pros: Designed with an inner trampoline enclosure as opposed to an outer enclosure for added safety
  • Cons: only comes in one colour.
  • Consumer Score: Families love this trampoline. Fab reviews From 907 ratings 74% gave this 5 stars out of 5.

ZERO GRAVITY Ultima Trampoline with Safety Enclosure

  • Frame- Alloy steel
  • 8 Galvanised Steel Legs to distribute weight evenly
  • Features a strong safety net enclosure.
  • Comes in a blue and yellow colourful design
  • Inner enclosure for extra safety
  • Max weight capacity : 100kg
  • Safety:  EN-71 Pass 
  • Pros: Simple to construct and will take 1 person between 2 and 3 hours. With the additional you-tube trampoline build guide from Zero Gravity.
  • Cons: No anchor kit included.
  • Consumer Score: A great trampoline. Outstanding reviews From 2,497 ratings 79% gave this 5 stars out of 5.

Ultrasport trampoline

  • Frame- galvanised steel
  • Features a safety net enclosure.
  • 8 padded poles .
  • Max weight capacity : 160kg
  • Safety: EN71 certification
  • Pros: The outer spring cover comes in variety of colours. Other sizes come with no springs but the new elastic rope system.
  • Cons: Not all colours are in stock for every size.
  • Consumer Score: Brilliant reviews From 8,500 ratings 70% gave this 5 stars out of 5.

SONGMICS 10FT Trampoline

  • Frame- Alloy steel with powdered legs for a better look.
  • Features a strong safety net enclosure.
  • Comes with a ladder
  • Max weight capacity : 150kg
  • Safety: EN71-14, TÜV
  • Pros: Comes in 2 different colours.
  • Cons: Trampoline arrives in more than one package, at different times.
  • Consumer Score: Great for a medium sized garden. wonderful reviews From 760 ratings 74% gave this 5 stars out of 5.

Skyhigh 7ft x 10ft Rectangular Trampoline with Enclosure

  • Frame- Galvanised alloy steel
  • The padding is covered in an all weather PVC coating.
  • A high quality and high performance trampoline.
  • Rectangular shape for more bounce room
  • Max weight capacity : 100kg
  • Safety: EN71 certification
  • Pros: 10 year frame manufacturer’s warranty on the frame and a year’s warranty on the bed, pads, and springs and any other parts.
  • Cons: No ladder, quite pricey.
  • Consumer Score. Excellent reviews From 31 ratings 69% gave this 5 stars out of 5.

Charles Bentley Monster Children’s 10ft Trampoline

  • Frame- Galvanised steel frame
  • Features an included safety net enclosure.
  • Established brand
  • Max weight capacity : 150kg
  • Safety: EN71 certification
  • Pros: An affordable price. Overall, seems to be easy to assemble.
  • Cons: No anchor kit, No ladder.
  • Consumer Score: Simple and good value. Good reviews From 27 ratings 64% gave this 5 stars out of 5.

METIS Garden Trampoline

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  • Frame- galvanised steel
  • Features a safety net enclosure.
  • 3 sizes available
  • Can be left outside all year round.
  • Max weight capacity : 90kg
  • Safety: Not specified
  • Pros: Available in 2 colours
  • Cons: Low maximum weight capacity. No ladder included on 10ft.
  • Consumer Score: Good quality trampoline. No products found. From 18 ratings 73% gave this 5 stars out of 5.

Plum Web No Spring 10 ft Trampoline

  • Frame- Alloy steel
  • Features a strong safety net enclosure.
  • Black and yellow stylish design
  • L shaped zip in the enclosure for easier access and added safety.
  • Max weight capacity : 100kg
  • Safety: EN71 certification
  • Pros: Free delivery. Elastic web design instead of traditional metal springs.
  • Cons: Well known brand so quite pricey.
  • Consumer Score: Families love the ‘no springs’ design Super reviews From 5 ratings 64% gave this 5 stars out of 5.

Plum Circular In Ground Trampoline 

  • Frame- Alloy steel
  • Features a safety net enclosure.
  • Retaining wall prevents soil and dirt from falling underneath the trampoline..
  • Max weight capacity : 100kg
  • Safety: EN71 certification
  • Pros: A subtle design which won’t create an eyesore in your garden. Includes protective cover to protect the trampoline when not in use. Comes with a guarantee for 5 years for frame against failure due to rusting, 2 years for safety pad and jumping mat, 12 months for all other components.
  • Cons: A higher price tag due to being in ground, and branded. A lot of ‘prep’ work needed in the garden beforehand.
  • Consumer Score: Families love this trampoline. Outstanding reviews From 5 ratings 100% gave this 5 stars out of 5.

Monzana Outdoor Trampoline

  • Frame- Alloy steel
  • Features a strong safety net enclosure.
  • A high quality and high performance trampoline.
  • PVC safety padding with 20mm thick foam.
  • Max weight capacity : 150kg
  • Safety: TÜV SÜD GS tested.
  • Pros: An affordable price, Includes a ladder and a spring tensioner for easier assembly..
  • Cons: reviews say poor assembly instructions.
  • Consumer Score: Great value. Excellent reviews From 934 ratings 72% gave this 5 stars out of 5.

10ft Trampolines Sale & Today’s Bestsellers

The Most Important Features To Consider

The 10ft size is a popular choice of trampoline purchased in the UK. They are child friendly, they don’t cost the earth and suit the majority of medium size gardens.

When doing your search you should consider some important factors.


When considering buying an 10ft trampoline, it is important to think about the garden size. This size trampoline would be suitable for medium sized gardens however, would still suit a nice quiet corner of a larger garden.

It is vital that you first measure the space you intend the trampoline to go in to ensure you have enough space for it including the frame, but also you have enough ‘build’ space to assemble it.


Think about the springs, many new designs of trampolines now come with an elastic web type system to replace the traditional metal springs, so have a read up on what you feel is most suited to you.


The standard safety certification for outdoor or garden trampolines in the UK must meet certain criteria. This criteria is measured in a certification called the EN-71. The EN-71 part 14 relates to the sale of trampolines within the European Union.

To receive this certification, they must be tested and meet certain specifications set out in the EN-71.

Don’t purchase a trampoline that does not have an enclosure or safety net included with it. Trampolines sold without the safety net included are now illegal (except if buying second-hand)


Have a think about how long it may take to assemble the trampoline, and how many people are required . The majority of 10ft trampoline usually require 2 people.

Some come with online videos on how to assemble which is a great added bonus.

Recommended Age

Most manufacturers list an 10ft trampoline being suitable for the ages of 5+ years. However a child may not experience much of a bounce due to their weight at that age.

Also be aware of the height from the ground, some trampolines come with a ladder, but not all. Consider how your child will get up an down from the trampoline if no ladder is included.

Weight Limit

For an 1-ft trampoline the maximum weight limit capacity is usually between 90KG’s to 150kg.

While an 10ft trampoline can often hold 150KG or more it won’t provide a decent bounce if loaded at that weight,

10ft Trampoline FAQs

Can adults jump on a 10ft trampoline?

A 10ft trampoline can take a maximum weight of around 100kg (approx 16 stone), however this does not mean that 2 or more jumpers can bounce on the trampoline at once. It is recommend for safety reasons that only one person bounces on a 10ft trampoline at any time.

Is a 10ft trampoline big enough?

An 10ft trampoline, including the enclosure is approximately 304cm, 3.04 m or 10ft in diameter.
An 10ft Trampoline is ideally suited to children 6 years and older.

Do I need a big garden for a 10ft trampoline

The answer is not really! For a 10ft trampoline which is usually around 304 cm a medium sized garden is perfect.

You need to ensure that there are no hazards around the trampoline that may cause injury such as trees or buildings. They need to be on level ground -preferably grass.

Remember to measure! Check the trampoline specifications and dimensions from the retailer.

Do you think 10ft is too big? See my collection of the best 8ft trampolines.

If you think I left any out that should be included or have a suggestion for a future article, let me know in the comments below.

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