Best Trampoline Tent in 2018 – Thorough Reviews

When you start shopping for a trampoline, you may be surprised at the amount of accessories available to you. Some are worth the cost and trouble, others not so much. Without question, one of the better accessories available for your trampoline is a tent.

A trampoline tent offers protection from the elements and privacy from nosy neighbors. It adds a peace of mind factor. A tent will do a good job of preventing leaves and sticks falling onto the mat too. And not only will it block out those neighbors, but a tent can also shield you from harmful UV rays in the summer months.

If I could choose only one accessory for my trampoline, it would be a tent. They can add years to a trampoline’s lifespan. Here’s a guide to help you choose the Best Trampoline Tent.






Editor's Rating

Our Review

Propel Trampoline Club House


15 Ft.

JumpSport BigTop Trampoline Tent


12-14 Ft.

Trampoline Tent for 14′ Round 


14 Ft.


Propel Trampolines Trampoline Club House, Multicolor, 15′

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This tent by Propel Trampolines is aptly named – it really does look like a club house. It has a fully-enclosed, grandiose design. It’s weather resistant, making it mostly impervious to rain. It also provides ample shade from the sun. Inside, there is a lot of room for jumping up and down.

Although it’s completely enclosed, it does have a large opening that can be tied shut for security. It also has three screened windows. These windows are great for ventilation. Screens also prevent most bugs from coming inside the tent.

Installation is easier than it looks for this one. It’s made from one piece and is directly tied to your trampoline frame. Using ‘one drop’ design, it fits around the trampoline firmly for support.

  • Impressive looks
  • Weather resistant material
  • Windows for ventilation
  • Easy installation
  • Ideal for privacy
  • Roof sags under heavy rain

JumpSport BigTop Trampoline Tent

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JumpSport, one of the best trampoline companies, hit it out of the park with their BigTop tent. It has a unique design and shape. It resembles a classic, eight sided circus trampoline. It really makes you feel like your trampoline is the main attraction at a carnival.

Even though it’s an unusual shape, JumpSport made this tent functional. It has a door and three windows. The door and windows have screens, to keep the bugs out but the air flow coming in. It still serves the essential functions of protecting the trampoline and its jumpers.

Unlike the Propel Trampoline tent, the JumpSport doesn’t use any support poles during assembly. It connects to the tent with bungee cords, so it’s ready to go in just a few minutes. This lightweight design is very beneficial. The tent can easily be removed and taken inside for a sleepover or slumber party.

The unique look and versatility combine to make this an appealing option for all age groups.

  • Unique, kid-friendly shape
  • Easy installation
  • Lightweight design
  • Screened windows and door
  • Can be used indoors
  • Recommended for JumpSport, but this tent can fit many brands

Trampoline Tent for 14′ Round Trampolines

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The Trampoline Tent by ACON is well suited for those looking for a classic tent design. When assembled, it looks just like a tent that would be used for camping. Although, this tent still provides the privacy and protection you expect. It’s waterproof and blocks out plenty of sun.

It even assembles similarly to a real tent. But still, the assembly is easy, and it can even be disassembled just as quickly. The windows and door are even conveniently placed. Overall, this tent is very kid friendly.

Like I said, it’s a classic tent design. It’s a great choice if you want to spend a night under the stars on your trampoline. You can get that authentic camping feel from this one.

  • Easy to assemble and disassemble
  • Simple, classic tent design
  • Waterproof
  • Multiple windows and doors
  • Protects from UV rays
  • Not the roomiest option

What to look for in a Trampoline Tent

As you can see, there are plenty of styles available. It’s up to you to decide which fits your trampoline and trampoline users the best. Here are a few things to consider.


The size of your tent totally depends on your taste. If you want a large, castle-like tent, the Proper Trampoline Club House is a great option. That’s the kind of tent for those who value extra privacy and protection. Both of the other options in my guide would be considered smaller than the Club House, so you can see there’s a variety of sizes available.


Is the purpose of your trampoline tent to prevent leaves and sticks from falling on the mat? Or is it to protect your children from the sun on extra hot days? Each tent excels at different things. After you figure out the main reason for your tent, the choice becomes clearer. At the very least, you can expect your tent to offer some protection from the weather.

Build Quality

The best trampoline mats are made from a material that can stand up to weather. Ideally, the mat will be weather-proof, i.e., water and sun resistant. Next, it should be easy to assemble. Assembling a trampoline is tricky enough. Accessories should not be complicated.Tents have come a long way in terms of quality. Many now are very lightweight, yet still strong enough to handle the wear and tear.

Your Trampoline

Last but not least, the tent should be a good match for your trampoline. Always double check the correct size you think need. While many tents are great, some are more suited for certain trampolines. Get the right size tent the first time to save you any trouble of returns.

Why You Should Consider a Trampoline Tent

Along with ladders, a tent is one of the most useful accessories available. They serve many purposes. Keep in mind that they extend the lifespan of a trampoline, and can make using your trampoline more enjoyable. With the many options available, you’re sure to find one you like. For me, a tent is a must have for any trampoline.

  • March 21, 2018
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