ABOUT THE OUTDOOR TRAMPOLINE
Located in Djúpivogur, a charming coastal town in eastern Iceland, the outdoor trampoline is a fun and exciting attraction for visitors of all ages. Situated amidst picturesque surroundings, this trampoline provides a unique way to enjoy the stunning Icelandic scenery while bouncing away. With each jump, you’ll feel the thrill and the joy of being surrounded by nature’s beauty.
The outdoor trampoline in Djúpivogur is designed to withstand the challenging Icelandic weather conditions, ensuring that you can enjoy it in various seasons. Whether you visit during the summer, with the midnight sun casting a warm glow over the landscape, or in the winter, when the northern lights dance in the night sky, this trampoline offers a memorable experience.
Icelandic people have always had a strong connection with nature and a love for outdoor activities. While trampolines may be more commonly associated with indoor recreation, outdoor trampolines have gained popularity in recent years, blending the joy of bouncing with the breathtaking Icelandic scenery.
In general, outdoor trampolines have become a popular attraction in several locations across Iceland. These trampolines are often placed in scenic spots, such as parks, gardens, or near natural landmarks, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in Iceland’s awe-inspiring environment while having fun.
The history of outdoor trampolines in Iceland is relatively recent. With the growing interest in outdoor activities and the desire to create unique experiences for visitors, entrepreneurs and local communities started exploring the idea of combining trampolines with Iceland’s natural wonders. This innovation has been well-received, attracting both locals and tourists who seek adventure and unforgettable moments.
If you’re an adventure enthusiast or simply want to have a blast while surrounded by Iceland’s beauty, I highly recommend trying out the outdoor trampoline in Djúpivogur or exploring other similar trampolines in different parts of the country. It’s a thrilling and one-of-a-kind way to engage with Iceland’s remarkable landscapes and create lasting memories.
Remember, safety is paramount when using trampolines. Always follow the guidelines and instructions provided by the trampoline operators to ensure a fun and secure experience.
While driving around the ring road, there are long sections where you look for a break from sitting in the car. We had stumbled across a listing for the Outdoor Trampoline on an Eastern stretch of road not far from Hofn. We turned off Rt 1, and towards the small town of Djúpivogur. It wasn’t immediately obvious, but we found the trampoline sitting next to the soccer field on the right side of the main road into town.
What a cool experience! The trampoline is thick rubber, and inflated. It was like jumping on a balloon anchored into the ground. It’s bouncy and safe for kids (and adults) of all ages.
After jumping and flipping, we got back into the car and drove through the town. Being a coastal town, we looked out onto the ocean, and then stopped at the small grocery store.
It’s well worth a stop at the outdoor trampoline. Being close to Rt 1, you won’t lose much travel time, and you’ll love 30 minutes of bouncing into the sky.
Are reservations required?
No, just drive into town, park near the soccer field and hop on.
When is the best time to go?
Daylight hours are best. And much more pleasant when the trampoline is dry.
What else is near by?
The town is quaint and worth a quick drive through. Stop at the small grocery store and refuel.
WHERE IS IT?
7 Hours from Reykjavik
1:25 from Hofn
551 km from Reykjavik
104 km from Hofn