The heart of any trampoline park

The main jump area of your trampoline park. The maincourt is large, challenging and forms the central point of your trampoline park. The maincourt consists of a large number of connected trampolines.


This is where the jumping starts

The maincourt largely determines the capacity of your trampoline park. In this jump area your guests develop their basic skills for trampoline jumping. Create more challenge and diversity for your guests by adding smaller elements such as jump obstacles or interactive elements.

Sidijk: The manufacturer of high-quality trampoline parks

Each Sidijk trampoline consists of a high quality trampoline sheet, a set of springs and is bordered with soft paddings. The paddings consist of two types of foam surrounded by strong vinyl. Paddings protect the users who end up next to the trampoline and make sure that people do not get in contact with the springs while jumping.

By providing paddings in various colours, you can create exactly the look and feel you want for your park! Did you know that our standard colour palette consists over 25 different colours?

Silent spring systems

A park full of trampolines without noise when people jump. That sounds unthinkable! The unique springs we use in our trampoline parks ensure minimal noise at maximum load.

Safety & regulations

Safety is our top priority. That’s why all our play structures are designed according to the latest safety standards. Our projects are always certified according to the appropriate standard before delivery. Read more.


  • Standard trampoline size: 2.6 x 2.6 meter
  • Minimum required height: 5.5 meters
  • Full-colour artwork possible
  • Equipped with silent spring system
  • Designed according to the latest safety standards
  • Fire-resistant and wear-resistant
  • Choice of more than 24 standard colours

Our colleague Jelmer is happy to help you!

Sidijk Sales Jelmer Brouwer
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