How to Set Up Your RAVE Sports Water Trampoline


We’re sure you’ve seen people jumping up and down on a water trampoline. And it would be very rare to see them not enjoying their time while they’re using it. In case you’re not familiar, a water trampoline is a floatable and bouncy piece of water sports equipment you commonly find in lakes and ponds. This equipment is for everyone – kids and kids at heart and most water trampolines are large enough to accommodate several people at once.

Did you recently buy a RAVE Sports Water Trampoline and may not be sure how to set it up? Then, you’ve come to the right place. Not only is this post very helpful in assisting you to set up your water trampoline but we have gone out of our way to ensure that it is also safe for your friends and family to use. After reading this post, you should be able to set up your new RAVE Sports Water Trampoline correctly. Keep reading if you want to know more.

Advantages of Water Trampoline Exercise

It’s a fun way of exercising

Maybe you’re wondering whether jumping on a water trampoline is a form of exercise. Well, yes, absolutely. Using a water trampoline offers enjoyment that you wouldn’t even notice that you’re already exercising. This fact makes it even better for you because you’re also having fun. Not only that, but it is also a very convenient way to disguise actual exercising.

It offers aerobic exercise

Our bodies need exercise. Jumping up and down on your RAVE Sports Water Trampoline for about 30 minutes to an hour a day already provides you with a great way to incorporate aerobic exercise. In case you didn’t know, aerobic exercise is great for your mental health, heart, and mood. Another reason why it’s advisable for both adults and children is that it ensures you that if you get your daily amount of aerobic exercise, it will certainly benefit your overall health.

It gets you outdoors

Using your water trampoline offers you a unique situation, in which you can enjoy the outdoors while burning off some calories. Studies have also proven that children who get outdoor exercise are physically healthier. Another reason is that it detaches the children from gadgets, at least for a bit of time. Among other benefits for children are outdoor activities’ help in improving their attention span, happiness, and boosting their immune systems.

It allows you to have an active lifestyle

When you incorporate the use of water trampolines in your daily routine, it builds up a mentality in your kid of being active, even without them realizing it. Having this fun kind of exercise later creates a mindset that they need to have a form of exercise that they need to fulfil daily.

It is an activity you can enjoy with your friends and family

Another advantage of exercising on a water trampoline is that you can enjoy it with your family and friends. Doing a group exercise gives people a drive to exercise more while having fun. This would also benefit those people who don’t get a lot of time outdoors and those who couldn’t get much exercise because of their busy schedules.

How to Set Up Your RAVE Sports Water Trampoline

Now that you have bought your new RAVE Sports Water Trampoline, it’s now time to set it up. These instructions, in fact, are very easy to follow and you only need a couple of your friends to help you carry it into the water. Here’s what you should do:

  • Open the package carefully and prepare to unbox the contents. However, this very first step should be handled with care, as you don’t want to cut through the trampoline itself when you try to open the box.
  • Find a flat surface and then roll out the jump tube.
  • Once done, you need to find where the valve is and then unscrew its cap.
  • Make sure that the valve is closed. You can do this by pushing the yellow button while you turn it a quarter turn clockwise. Keep in mind that turning the valve counter-clockwise will only leave the valve open.
  • Then, start inflating the tube using the RAVE High-Speed Inflator and Deflator to about 80% to 90% full.
  • After, attach the harness to the correct anchor points. Do this step with the anchor holder faced down.
  • You may now attach the ladder onto the yellow colored panel where you can find the warning information.
  • Then, begin attaching the jump surface.
  • You may also need to attach the two springs onto the w-shaped corner ring located at the jump surface.
  • Continue adding the springs as you work the corners and the center of all sides.
  • Start filling the tube until full using the inflator. You will know that it’s full if it feels like a firmly inflated basketball.
  • Then, begin attaching the Spring Pad Cover.
  • Make sure that the slits in the spring pad are located where you need to put the attachments.
  • After, begin putting both bungee hooks through the triangle. Then, attach each of them to the adjacent triangle.
  • Now that the water trampoline is set up on land, you now need to move it to the water. To do this step, you need to use the handles found on the sides when carrying it. In addition, make sure that you do not drag the whole thing into the water, as it may create damages, especially at the bottom.

Once you’re done using the water trampoline, proper storage is essential to keep it in its pristine condition. Here’s how to do it:

  • When you’re done for the day, take the water trampoline out of the water.
  • Begin folding the tube into a tarp and then tie it up using ropes.
  • Store the tube in a dry place.
  • Then, fold the water trampoline in half.
  • Roll it as if it’s a sleeping bag.
  • Put it inside a storage bag and then wrap it tightly.


Using your RAVE Sports Water Trampoline offers a lot of benefits, for you, your family, and your friends. Therefore, setting it up correctly is vital so you can make the most out of it. As discussed, this is something you can do on your own but it would be best if you have a couple of your friends to help you move it to the water. With this guide, we hope that you’re now able to set your RAVE Sports Water Trampoline correctly.

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