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BERG FlatGround trampolines

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BERG FlatGround trampolines

If you are thinking about buying a sunken trampoline that you can integrate seamlessly into the garden, we recommend a BERG FlatGround trampoline. The big advantage is that a FlatGround trampoline is completely buried in the ground (ground level trampoline), so the trampoline is not noticeable in your garden. In addition, the sunken trampoline is very easy to enter. If you want to go for a trampoline that is sunken in the ground (FlatGround or InGround), then you have plenty of choice at BERG. Because in addition to FlatGround trampolines, we also offer InGround trampolines in various sizes and shapes. The main difference between an InGround and a FlatGround is that the frame of a FlatGround is also buried in the ground, so you don't have a step and ensure that you don't notice it in your garden at all. This is because the trampoline edge is on the same level as your garden! So if you're looking for a safe trampoline for kids or adults, you came to the right place!

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Rectangular FlatGround trampolines and your garden

The rectangular FlatGround versions are especially popular. This is because a rectangular trampoline often fits well in the garden because many gardens have a rectangular shape. But besides a rectangular one, you can also choose for round or oval. We offer these in various diameters, making it easier to find the right outdoor (or garden) trampoline. From trampolines that a big in size, to the ones that are suitable for a small garden.

Extra safe with a safety net

In the context of extra safety, you can choose to go for a BERG InGround trampoline with a net. A trampoline enclosure includes netting and poles to ensure that your child can safely jump on the trampoline. Due to the self-closing entrance, the trampoline remains easy to enter.

How do I dig in my FlatGround trampoline?

If you want to know more about how to sink in a (FlatGround) trampoline, you can read more about it on our inground trampoline installation page. The video tutorial also gives you more insight into the whole process of installing the trampoline in your garden.