The weight capacity or weight limit of a trampoline is an incredibly important feature of any trampoline. It’s a safety factor for the trampoline that represents the maximum weight capacity of the product. Thus, the question arises ‘ho*w *much weight can a trampoline hold’.

**The average weight limit of a trampoline varies between 200 to 350 lbs. However, the exact value depends on its size, material, shape, and a few more things. Most trampoline suppliers give a weight rating to each trampoline after numerous tests.**

**When buying a new trampoline, it’s important to consider how many pounds the trampoline can hold actually for a safe and good bouncing experience. Or, if you already have a trampoline, consider the weight rating before you allow anyone to jump on the trampoline.**

In this article, I’ll give you an in-depth idea of trampoline weight capacity with different models of the trampolines weight limits like Skywalker, Springfree, etc. Read the full guideline on how much weight a trampoline takes for a better understanding!

# What is the Weight Limit of a Trampoline?

Trampoline weight limit is a structural firmness that indicates how many kgs or lbs can a trampoline support safely. Trampoline weight limit is also called trampoline weight capacity, trampoline weight rating, the maximum load-carrying capacity of the trampoline, and so on.

The weight capacity of the trampoline is expressed in pounds (lb), kilograms (kg), or stones. Note that, 1 kilogram is approximately equal to 2.205 pounds, which is equivalent to 0.1575 stones.

Trampolines have two types of weight limits- Structural Load Capacity and Maximum User Weight. But, most trampolines mention only single user weight limit, whereas some models like the Springfree trampolines list both weight limits.

Structural Load Capacity means the structural strength of the trampoline and how much static load the trampoline can take. And, Maximum User Capacity means how much jumper load the trampoline can hold without the mat touching the ground, as well as indicates how high you can jump on the trampoline.

If a **trampoline’s rated weight rating is 500 lbs**, this means the trampoline supports a maximum of 500 lbs jumper’s weight safely. So, for jumpers under 500 lbs, the trampoline is safe to use.

Whenever you exceed the 500 lbs weight limit, this might cause injury or structural damage. Although, the value of Structural Load capacity is not mentioned here, still, it’s much higher than the user weight limit.

# Why Do Trampolines Have Weight Limits?

Most of us think that trampoline’s weight limit indicates its structural safety limit, but it also does more than that. It’s true that when you overload the trampoline than its capacity there is a high risk of injury or damaging the spring or mat.

Besides this, the trampoline weight limit largely impacts on trampoline’s operation which means safe bounce. The mat and spring are used to create up and down bounces. They should be strong enough so they return the same amount of upward force that you apply there downward.

If a lightweight person jumps on a heavy-duty springs trampoline, he/she can’t create proper downward force, thus returning upward force will not be good enough for a pleasant bounce. Alternately, if a heavy person uses it, he will enjoy the bounce because he/she generates good downward force as a result gets equal upward force.

That’s why the trampoline weight limit plays an important role to understand how the bouncing quality of trampolines varies with the jumpers’ weight. Also, it’s the maximum weight limit of the trampoline that you can’t exceed anyway for safety.

This is why you have to consider the trampoline’s weight capacity importantly, while buying a **new trampoline**.

*The following figure explains what happens when you jump on a trampoline.*

# How the Weight Limit on a Trampoline is Determined?

There are different standards like ASTM, TUV, CE, etc, which set the weight limits and safety of the trampoline. Each standard provides trampolines maximum weight limit maintaining a safety margin for **jumpers’ safety**.

But, there are several things that will help you understand how much weight the trampoline will take. Here, we’re discussing some basic factors that determine the weight capacity of the trampoline.

### Materials

First of all, the components of the trampoline directly influence on trampoline’s weight limit. Out there, frame, spring, and mat are some of the most important factors.

### Frame

The frame is the steel structure that holds the whole trampoline together. The heavy-duty trampolines use thick steel that is called heavy gauged steel in terms of frame thickness.

Usually, the stability and weight limit of trampoline increase with frame tube thickness. But, the thinner tube frame holds lower weight as they are comparatively weaker and might wobble with bounce. Still, there are some exceptions.

The outdoor trampolines have to fight against harsh weather like rain, sun, wind, etc., which might reduce the lifespan along with the weight capacity of the trampoline. So, don’t overlook the frame’s durability anyway.

### Springs

Spring is a major part of the trampoline that directly impacts the bounce and load-carrying capacity of the trampoline. The heavy-duty springs usually can support a heavier weight than the low-quality springs.

Besides this, longer springs support more weight than the shorter springs. Also, consider the total number of springs in the trampoline. In general, the higher the total springs the better the trampoline’s weight limit will be.

### Jumping Mat

The jumping bed of the trampoline i.e., the mat also determines how much load the trampoline can withstand. The material of the **mat** and stitching quality plays a role here. Heavily stitched rows mat can hold more weight compared to lesser stitched rows mat.

Trampoline mat might be made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC), plastic, canvas, polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), Permatron, etc. Polypropelene and Permatron mats are good choices for safe bounce and higher weight limits.

**Read Also: Trampoline mat repairing tips**

### Size

**Trampoline size** is a major fact that tells you how many pounds the trampoline holds safely. A rule of thumb is that the larger the trampoline the better the weight limit will be. But there are exceptions.

Have you wondered, how much weight can a mini or small trampoline hold? Toddlers’ and kids’ indoor trampolines that are less than 5 ft can hold 50 to 100 lbs weight on average.

The average size trampolines that are 8 to 12 ft can bear 100 to 300 lbs weight. On the other hand, larger trampolines like 14 ft, 15 ft, and bigger ones can hold 300 to 600 lbs jumpers and even more.

Mini-trampolines or rebounders for adults support around 200 to 300 pounds weight limit, but several **heavy-duty ones **can hold 300 to 500 pounds weight easily.

**Read Also:** 12 vs 14 vs 15 ft trampoline

### Shape

Trampoline shape has also a direct impact on trampoline weight capacity. Some common trampoline shapes are round, rectangle, oval, square, etc. Rectangular trampolines usually support a hefty weight than circular and other models.

But some round trampolines can hold lots of weight than you ever think. Galactic Xtreme rectangle trampoline’s weight capacity is 550 lbs whereas Acon 15 ft round trampoline’s weight limit is 800 pounds. The other style like square and oval trampolines weight capacity lies between these two.

**Read Also:** Different kinds of trampolines

### Brand

Depending upon the trampoline brand, the trampoline’s weight capacity also differs. For example, the weight limit of the Skywalker 15 ft trampoline is 275 pounds, whereas the 15 ft Zupapa trampoline’s weight capacity is 425 pounds.

# How Much Weight Can A Trampoline Hold Actually?

What is the maximum weight limit of a trampoline? Here we’ll break down different trampolines’ weight capacity in several sections.

## Trampoline Weight Capacity By Size

Different sizes of trampolines come with a dissimilar weight limits. Below are several common sizes of trampolines with their highest weight limit.

- Kids and toddlers’ mini-trampolines (3 to 5 ft) weight limit: 50 to 150 lbs
- 8-foot trampoline weight capacity: 100 to 200 lbs
- 10-foot trampoline weight limit: 150 to 250 lbs
- 12-foot trampoline weight capacity: 200 to 300 lbs
- 14-foot trampoline weight capacity: 250 to 350 lbs
- 15-foot trampoline weight limit: 300 to 450 lbs
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**larger trampolines**weight limit: 350 to 600 lbs - Adults and senior rebounders’ weight limit: 200 to 450 lbs

## Average Weight Limit Of Trampoline By Shape

Here is the average weight limit of trampolines according to their shape. To get a better understanding you have to mention the size of your trampoline.

- Round trampoline weight carrying capacity: 200 to 450 lbs
- Rectangular trampoline load-bearing limit: 250 to 800 lbs
- Oval trampoline weight limit: 300 to 500 lbs
- Square trampoline weight capacity: 300 to 600 lbs

**Read Also:** Comparison among different shapes of trampolines

## Maximum Trampoline Weight Limit By Brand

### Skywalker **Trampoline**

Have you wondered, how much weight can a Skywalker trampoline take? Here is a table of trampoline weight capacity in lbs and kgs for different models of Skywalker trampolines.

Skywalker Trampolines Size | Weight Capacity, Lbs | Weight Limit, Kgs |

3 ft bouncer | 60 | 30 |

8 ft round | 175 | 80 |

10 ft round | 175 | 80 |

12 ft round | 200 | 90 |

15 ft round | 275 | 125 |

16 ft round | 400 | 180 |

8×14 rectangular | 200 | 90 |

9×15 ft rectangle | 250 | 115 |

17 ft rectangle | 350 | 160 |

13 ft square | 250 | 115 |

15 ft square | 250 | 115 |

16 ft square premium | 350 | 160 |

15×13 ft oval | 200 | 90 |

17 ft oval | 250 | 115 |

Skywalker trampoline also manufactures different sizes of mini-trampolines for kids and toddlers even for special needs children. Their weight carrying capacity ranges between 50 to 150 lbs.

### Little Tikes Trampoline

Little Tikes manufactures trampolines targeting mainly little children. Here are several best models’ weight capacity of Little Tikes trampolines.

Little Tikes Trampolines Models | Weight Capacity, Lbs | Weight Limit, Kgs |

3 ft trampoline | 55 | 25 |

Climb ‘N Slide 7 ft | 105 | 50 |

Mega 10 ft | 220 | 100 |

Mega 12 ft | 220 | 100 |

Mega 15 ft | 220 | 100 |

### Springfree** Trampoline**

How much weight can a Springfree trampoline take? Here is a list of various models of Springfree trampolines’ Jumpers’ Load Capacity and Maximum Structural Weight Capacity.

Springfree Trampolines Size | Single Jumpers Weight Limit, Lbs | Tested Maximum Weight Capacity, Lbs |

6 ft round | 175 | 1300 |

8 ft round | 175 | 1300 |

10 ft round | 220 | 1500 |

13 ft round | 220 | 1500 |

6×9 ft oval | 175 | 1300 |

8×11 ft oval | 220 | 1500 |

8×13 ft oval | 220 | 1500 |

11 ft square | 220 | 1500 |

13 ft square | 220 | 1500 |

## Different Popular Trampolines Maximum Weight Limit

Many people inquire randomly about some top-quality trampolines’ weight capacity. Let’s see several trampolines with their weight limits in kgs and lbs.

Trampoline Model | Weight Limit, Lbs | Weight Capacity, Kgs |

Skywalker 16 ft round | 400 | 180 |

Zupapa 10 ft | 375 | 170 |

Jumpking 14 ft round | 200 | 90 |

Propel 15 ft | 300 | 136 |

Sportspower 14 ft | 220 | 100 |

Jumptek 15 ft | 250 | 115 |

SkyBound 15 ft | 330 | 150 |

AGame 14 ft | 220 | 100 |

Airbound 16 ft | 187 | 85 |

AirZone 14 ft | 200 | 90 |

ORCC 8 ft | 425 | 190 |

Merax 15 ft | 375 | 170 |

Upper Bounce 10×17 ft | 500 | 227 |

Acon 15 ft | 800 | 362 |

JumpSport AlleyOOP PowerBounce 10×17 ft | 800 | 362 |

LHX 16 ft trampoline | 1000 | 453 |

Avyna Pro-Line 14 ft in-ground model | 1100 | 500 |

## Several Favorite Mini Trampolines and Rebounders Highest Weight Capacity

Now, we’ll break down several top-performing rebounders and mini-trampolines’ weight limit.

Mini-Trampoline Model | Load Carrying Capacity, Lbs | Maximum Load Limit, Lbs |

Little Tikes 3 ft for kids | 55 | 25 |

Stamina 3 ft | 250 | 115 |

DARCHEN 40 inch | 450 | 205 |

JumpSport 250 rebounder | 250 | 115 |

BCAN 40 inch | 330 | 150 |

SereneLife 40 inch | 220 | 100 |

Pelpo 40 inch | 330 | 150 |

Zupapa 40 inch | 330 | 150 |

Trampoline LXN 50 inch | 500 | 227 |

# Frequently Asked Questions

**1.** **Are trampoline weight limits accurate?**

**Ans:** Trampoline weight limits are more or less accurate and they represent the average value. But, you should maintain the capacity in order to avoid accidents.

**2. How do I know the weight capacity of my trampoline?**

**Ans:** To understand your trampoline’s actual weight limit such as see the trampoline’s stated weight rating, talk with experts or read customers’ reviews, etc.

**3. Can you increase the trampoline weight limit and how to make the trampoline hold more weight?**

**Ans:** The straight answer is no. When you **use a trampoline for long**, its spring and mat get loosened thus their bounce and weight limit are also reduced.

So, how do you increase the weight limit on a trampoline? Well, replace the old mat and springs this will help to **get back the original bounce** and weight capacity.

**4. Is there a weight limit at the trampoline park?**

**Ans:** Yes, like trampolines at home, **trampoline parks** have also weight capacity. For example, the max weight trampolines capacity of Altitude and Sky Zone trampoline parks are 300 pounds.

**5. Are trampoline weight limits accurate?**

**Ans: **Yes, in most trampolines, the weight limit is accurate as they are tested several times before taking into the market. But, for a few model, the value might vary a bit.

**6. How much does a trampoline weigh?**

**Ans: **This is not about the trampoline weight capacity, rather than it’s the weight of the trampoline itself. So, how much weight does the trampoline have? This depends on the trampoline size, shape, materials used in the trampoline such as frame, mat, springs, and a few more things.

The quality of the frame, springs, legs, poles, mat, and other things determine actually how heavy the trampoline is. Trampoline’s size also greatly affects its weight.

For example, **small trampolines** weigh around 50 lbs, whereas larger ones weigh more than 200 lbs. Usually, the heavier trampolines are stronger and provide a hefty weight limit than the lightweight trampolines.

**7. What happens if you overload the trampoline?**

**Ans: **If you overload the trampoline a bit, there won’t happen anything serious. But, when you exceed the trampoline weight limit a lot, there is a high chance of touching the ground that might impact you seriously hence injury.

Also, the mat and springs might get damaged which might require additional replacement costs. Besides these, the additional load might force the trampoline legs and frame to be collapsed. So, avoid overloading the trampoline.

**8. How many people can be on a trampoline?**

**Ans: **All the trampolines are designed to jump for one person once due to safety. However, the higher weight limit of the larger models allows several kids. For example, 12 ft trampoline allows two kids, whereas 15 ft trampoline will be okay for 3 children.

**9. Why the highest and biggest weight capacity isn’t always ideal?**

**Ans: **First of all, different trampoline manufacturers fix the max weight limit of trampoline in dissimilar standards thus they might vary from each other.

For instance, three different trampoline suppliers might level the trampoline as 200, 225, and 250 lbs weight limit tag. So, which one do you consider as ideal?

Another reason is that when lightweight jumpers bounce on a high-capacity trampoline, they have to struggle a lot to get a proper bounce. For them, the highest or biggest weight limit trampoline isn’t ideal.

# Final Thoughts

Now, you know the ins and outs of the importance of trampoline weight limits and how much weight can a trampoline hold. So, before you buy a new trampoline next time, balance your required trampoline weight capacity and the stated weight rating of the trampoline.

The right weight capacity trampoline can give you an impressive bouncing experience. Enjoy the great trampolining!

Robert is a father and a fitness enthusiast. He loves trampoline and rebounder exercise. And he is very eager to share his knowledge and experience regarding trampolines and other fun and exercise equipment with the readers of picktrampoline.com so they live happily!