Indoor trampoline parks become popular as the cold weather of fall and winter arrives each year. Great for energy-packed fun, an indoor trampoline in a basement or garage is an excellent way for kids to be active indoors. Jumping on a trampoline helps build coordination and exercise routines are more fun on them as well. Parents can join in the fun or relax and read a book while sitting nearby as their children stay happily entertained for hours. For those without enough room for a full-size unit, trampolines come in all sizes, which start out with the junior mini trampoline at just 36-inches wide.
Additionally, square trampolines fit nicely into a corner of a room.
With all of the use that a trampoline receives, certain parts eventually wear out. Instead of replacing the whole setup, trampoline parts are available through parts centers, which sell parts fitting any type or size the customer needs. By making measurements themselves, trampoline owners can easily determine which part it is that they should order. As indoor trampoline parks become popular, more parts centers are becoming available online. It is important to note that trampolines are made of five main parts: frame, springs, pad, mat and net. Other accessories include anchors, ladders and covers. Fun extra additions include balls, boards and games.
Indoor trampoline parks become popular wherever active people live. Some larger cities have indoor trampoline parks where many large units stand side by side, and sport a Velcro wall for added excitement. Jumpers wear a Velcro vest so they can jump against the wall and stick to it. This trendy sport is almost more fun for the viewers than for the person who jumps at the Velcro-covered wall. Bounce Houses are also very popular for birthday parties, community events and family reunions since they keep many children active with an adult acting as supervisor. Trampoline parts centers have full units available in addition to replacement parts.
One important part to replace when indoor trampoline parks become popular is the spring pad. Missing pads, or those with holes or rips, do not give complete protection from outstretched springs. Jumpers could easily have a toe or finger slip into a stretched spring and receive an injury that should never happen. When measuring for a replacement pad, just measure the diameter of the mat. Pads come in standard sizes of 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15-feet as well as square and rectangular sizes. Some parts dealers carry the new flip-style pads, which last extra-long because they are reversible.