All of our trampolines can be easily set into the ground.
Some of the things to be considered…
- Works for all shapes & sizes!
Round, Rectangle, or Octagonal all of these shapes can be easily set into the ground
- A retaining wall would be needed for the walls of the pit.
Retaining walls can be made of treated wood, cement blocks, formed concrete, or the least expensive method, treated plywood.
- Water Drainage
It is a good idea to have 6 – 8” gravel in the bottom of the pit to allow for water drainage.
The Base of the Pit
The legs of the trampoline can sit directly on the gravel, or concrete patio stones.
The trampoline to be set flush to the ground, however a trampoline set 6 inches above the ground will give the trampoline a better bounce. By moving air
Out of the hole. The legs of the trampoline can sit on treated 2X6 wood and screwed down with 2-hole pipes straps.
You should have 5” to 6” of gravel in the bottom of the pit to allow for water drainage.