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All of our trampolines can be used in-ground, below you will find directions for digging a pit for any of our trampolines, be it the Backyard Trampoline, the Straight Frame  Trampoline , Elite Trampoline, or the dedicated Pit Trampoline. 

The BackYard Trampoline is 36” tall. On this unit we recommend the hole be 30” deep, leaving it above the ground a few inches. If you need the hole to be deeper you can block the legs up and dig the center out more. This unit uses 9” springs.

Leaving the unit up a few inches will allow air to escape from under the trampoline, which will allow for a better bounce. With this unit having the V out side rails, leaving it above grade makes it so you will not have to conform the hole to the trampoline’s shape. It also allows you to attach the pads easier and you can use a cover. We recommend using the leg fillers on this unit when it is put in a pit.

If putting this unit outdoors we suggest you contact a landscape contractor to make sure you have proper drainage and wall support for your soil type.

Pit Sizes for BackYard Trampoline

6’ x 12’ Bed Size = 8’6” x 14’6” x 30”deep Pit Size

7’ x 14’ Bed Size = 9’6” x 16’6” x 30” deep Pit Size

This trampoline is standard 40” high. To get more slearance you can block up the legs and dig the center out. The Straight Frame uses 9” springs. A regular black poly bed, HP bed or string bed can be used on this unit. Jumbo springs will not work on this unit. The pads cover the corners of this frame.

If putting this unit outdoors we suggest you contact a landscape contractor to make sure you have proper drainage and wall support for your soil type.

Pit Sizes for Straight Frame Trampoline

6’ x 12’ Bed Size = 9’6” x 14’9” x 40”deep Pit Size

7’ x 14’ Bed Size = 10’6” x 16’9” x 40” deep Pit Size

This trampoline is standard 46.5” high. To get more clearance you can block up the legs and dig the center out. The Straight Frame uses 10” Jumbo springs. A regular black poly bed, HP bed or string bed can be used on this unit. The pads cover the corners of this frame.

If putting this unit outdoors we suggest you contact a landscape contractor to make sure you have proper drainage and wall support for your soil type.

Pit Sizes for Elite Trampoline

6’ x 12’ Bed Size = 10’ x 15’2” x 46.5”deep Pit Size

7’ x 14’ Bed Size = 11’ x 17’2” x 46.5” deep Pit Size

The Pit Trampoline is meant for indoors generally. It is made with an angle iron frame which caps the concrete pit foundation. It has staggered holes on the top and side for attachment.

This unit can be used with 9” springs or 10” jumbo springs. You can put any type bed on it, the depth of the pit will be the determiner of what type bed you can use. This trampoline comes complete with 18oz. vinyl pads that cover the corners. 

Pit Depth

Using 9” springs with a black poly bed – minimum depth of 40”

Using 9” springs with a string bed – minimum depth of 44”

Using 10” springs with any bed – minimum depth of 50”

Pit Sizes for Pit Trampoline 9” spring

6’ x 12’ Bed Size = 8’2” x 14’2” x 40”- 44” deep pit

(depending on bed selection)

7’ x 14’ Bed Size = 9’2” x 16’2” x 40”- 44” deep pit

(depending on bed selection)

Pit Sizes for Pit Trampoline 10” jumbo spring

6’ x 12’ Bed Size = 8’6” x 14’6” x 50”deep Pit Size

7’ x 14’ Bed Size = 9’6” x 16’6” x 50” deep Pit Size

Backyard Trampoline Pricing

Straight Frame Trampoline Pricing

Elite Trampoline Pricing

Pit Trampoline Pricing