In-Ground Trampolines: Pueblo & Colorado Springs

Serving Colorado and Surrounding States

In-Ground Trampolines – Engineered for Performance

Elevate Your Yard with Capital Play: In-ground Excellence for High Performance, Low Profile, & DIY-Friendly Installation.

Integrate seamlessly with your yard | Keep kids active | Year-round fun

  • Low-profile design to seamlessly merge into the yard
  • Enhance the overall aesthetic without the bulkiness of standard trampolines
  • Proximity to the ground makes it a safe option, reducing the risk of high falls during use.
  • In-ground trampolines are the perfect option to mitigate difficult HOAs.
  • Worried about your trampoline in Pueblo and Colorado Springs gusty weather? In-Ground is the answer!
  • Curious about Safety and Installation? Click here.

Questions? Call/Text Today 303-868-9916

See our in-stock options below:

14ft X 10ft Capital Play Inground Trampoline


17ft x 10ft Capital Play Inground Trampoline


Why add an In-Ground Trampoline to your Pueblo and Colorado Springs Yard:

Minimal Footprint – Maximum Fun

Capital Play inground trampolines are:

  • Engineered for both performance + safety
  • Features commercial-grade springs for a superior bounce
  • Offers vented pad technology to optimize the bouncing experience + minimize noise
  • Is also DIY-friendly, making installation straightforward
  • Ideal for fitness, recreational fun, or simply enjoying the outdoors 

In-Ground Trampoline provides a safe, stylish, and enjoyable bouncing experience for the whole family. Stay Active. Be Connected. Have Fun.

Trampoline Delivery and Installations available in Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Southern Colorado.

Call/Text Today! 303-868-9916

Installing Your Above-Ground Trampoline In-Ground in Pueblo and Colorado Springs, Colorado

Can it be done?

While there are some excellent in-ground trampoline options (like above), some people choose to install traditional trampolines in-ground. Is this exciting new way of installing backyard trampolines be the right choice for you? Let’s explore the pros and cons of sinking an above ground trampoline in-ground, why people are choosing this over keeping it above ground.

In-Ground Trampolines: A Choice Made Strictly for Aesthetics

In most cases, a backyard trampoline is an extremely noticeable addition to your landscape. Until now, there’s just been no easy way to hide them! So, when someone opts for an in ground trampoline over a traditional above ground one, it’s typically for this reason alone.

This type of installation involves building the trampoline above ground and then lowering it into an area that has been excavated for this purpose. This well is typically 3-4 feet deep. It’s important to note, though, that your safety net and its frame will still be raised above the ground with a traditional, above-ground trampoline.

We work with Landscapers!

Be sure to call a few landscape companies for quotes. We can sell and install the trampoline, but you will need to find a company to dig the pit and build the retaining wall. We are always happy to coordinate with the landscape company.

photo of an inground trampoline being installed

The Disadvantages of In-Ground Trampoline Installation

In general, if you want an in-ground trampoline, look at one designed specifically to go in-ground. Unless it is done precicely,  when you install an above-ground trampoline in ground trampoline, you’ll lose some of the features you love most. Here are a few of the issues you might see in this case:

Disadvantages of putting an above-ground Trampoline, in-ground
  • Loss of Bounce: Due to the lack of airflow beneath your trampoline, you will also notice that the surface is not quite as bouncy as an above-ground installation. Unfortunately, you may not realize this until after the installation is complete.
  • Questionable Safety: It may seem safer to have jumpers closer to the ground, but that’s simply not the case. The retaining wall that is required for this type of installation can be considered a hazard itself, and it’s also possible for jumpers to get their hands or feet caught in the space between the trampoline and retaining wall. For this reason, we still recommend installing the safety enclosure on in-ground trampolines.
  • Time for Installation: In-ground trampoline installations take significantly longer to complete than traditional installations (which can take as little as a couple of hours).
  • Cost of Installation: The cost of an in-ground trampoline installation is much higher than a traditional trampoline installation. It’s important to ask for a detailed estimate for both types in order to understand the difference in cost. The average cost to dig a pit and build a proper retaining wall cost between $6,000 and $8,000.

Is an In-Ground Trampoline Right For You?

If you’re considering an in-ground trampoline purchase, give us a call (303) 868-9916 or fill out our contact form, and we’ll get back to you shortly. We would be happy to share our expertise with you!

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