3 Highly Effective Equipment For Cutting Grass Under Trampolines

Keeping your lawn tip-top is not effortless if you have a trampoline installed there. You must keep the grass under the trampoline mowed, trimmed, and probably even go under the trampoline with scissors and cut the grass.

However, it isn’t just about taking a pair of scissors and trimming the grass. You need to be careful while doing so, or else you will end up with brown patches on your lawn. 

So, whether you want to avoid spending too much time in Cutting the Grass from Under Trampoline, or perhaps you just love keeping your outdoor spaces neat and tidy, this article has got plenty of tips for you!

Without further ado, let’s get started!

How to Cut Grass Under Trampoline?

If you don’t want to go under trampoline, there are 3 options to cut the grass under the trampoline:

  • Mower
  • Trimmer
  • Weed Whackers

Let’s see them one by one.


Manual Mower

A manual mower is a basic option for cutting grass under your trampoline. These mowers are becoming rarer and rarer, but you can still find them in second-hand shops and yard sales.

Manual Mower

Manual mowers are best for small gardens and for those who don’t want to spend much on their lawn tools. 

They are a bit more challenging to use and take longer to cut a lawn than modern tools, but they are perfectly safe (and much more environmentally friendly) for people under the trampoline. 

Trampoline safety experts recommend that owners mow the grass under their trampoline every two weeks with a manual mower. 

This is because a manual mower is lightweight and won’t cause your trampoline to vibrate or move. 

You might be tempted to use a heavy-duty mower, but this could damage your trampoline, and you’re at risk of being injured if you try to push it.

Weed-eating Cordless Lawn Mower 

For a more modern approach to cutting the grass under your trampoline, you can use a cordless lawn mower. 

Weed-eating Cordless Lawn Mower 

With this, cutting the grass under your trampoline is easier, and it will take less time than if you were to mow your lawn on a lower level.

Corded mower with telescopic handle

You can use a corded lawn mower with a telescopic handle to cut the grass under your trampoline. It is a very convenient option.

Corded mower with telescopic handle

Rotary Corded Lawn Mower

A rotary corded lawn mower is another easy option for cutting the grass under your trampoline. 

Rotary Corded Lawn Mower


String Trimmer

If you have a string trimmer that fits under your trampoline, you can mow the grass from under the trampoline with a string trimmer. 

String Trimmer

This means you don’t have to bend down and get your hands dirty, but you must be careful not to hit the trampoline with the string. 

Cordless Hedge Trimmer

If you want a more precise and neat cut of the grass under your trampoline, you can use a cordless hedge trimmer. 

Cordless Hedge Trimmer

Weed Whackers

A weed whacker is an excellent tool for short grass or weeds. However, trampoline safety experts say you can only use this tool under your trampoline with extreme caution. 

Weed Whackers

The reason for this is that weed whackers have a very wide and dangerous rotating string. 


As you can see, there are a few different ways to cut the grass under your trampoline. However, you should always be careful not to hit the trampoline structure with a lawn mower or string trimmer.

Lawn mowers can be dangerous and cause severe injuries to those nearby or underneath the trampoline. 

Trampoline safety experts recommend that you mow the grass under your trampoline every two weeks and use the highest lawn mower level. 

They also recommend spraying weeds under your trampoline with Roundup or another weed killer. 

Now that you know how to cut grass under your trampoline, you can have a neater and tidy yard. Cutting the grass under your trampoline may be a lot of work, but it’s worth it for a neater look.

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Introducing M Waqas Saeed, our lead content writer at Trampoline Seeker. With a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the University of Punjab and a deep passion for outdoor activities, especially trampolining, Muhammad expertly crafts detailed product reviews and informative guides for our readers. His professional and personal dedication to trampolining helps us stay current with trends and news. Outside of writing, Muhammad enjoys cricket, reading, and of course, time on the trampoline. His unique blend of expertise ensures our content is engaging, accurate, and truly beneficial for all trampoline enthusiasts.

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