Chances are you’ve heard of a “campoline”? If you haven’t it is one of the latest things in ways to enjoy your in-ground trampoline and entertain the children. Summer may be almost coming to an end in many parts of the country, but there are still many warm weekends ahead and if that’s the case where you live, you may want to let your children have a sleep over, outside on the in-ground trampoline.
Campoline is a phrase that people are using to indicate they are camping on their in-ground trampoline. To do this they are investing in pop up tents that will sit on top of the trampoline and the children can sleep there — off the ground, in a comfortable space. Sleepovers are those events that children will long remember and are a great way for your kids to have fun with their friends in the safety of your backyard. Depending on the age of the kids, Mom and Dad may want to set up a pop up tent close to the trampoline and sleep out under the stars as well.
Sleeping out of doors may be something that your children want to do, but they aren’t keen on sleeping on the ground. If you have an in-ground trampoline you have taken away the “sleeping on the ground” aspect of camping. Before the in-ground trampolie becomes a sleeping space, you can rest assured that the kids will while away many hours jumping and playing on the in-ground trampoline while the adults relax in the backyard and enjoy the fun the young ones are having.
Once the kids get tired out, the sun goes down, the s’mores are eaten you can open the pop up tent, toss in some sleeping bags and pillows and the kids can drift off to sleep enjoying nature while being off the hard ground.
Talk with us before you set up a pop up tent on your in-ground trampoline to make certain it’s safe and won’t damage the trampoline. Here’s to a happy Labor Day!