Breakers Water Park, the north Marana attraction, has added six six-foot inflatable spheres to its array of water fun.

The park, which added the 35-foot Rip Tide double slide a year ago, now offers "Surfari Bubbles," into which young people actually climb.

"You can walk, jump, run, crawl or just float across the water," said Steve Miklosi, general manager. "They are large enough to hold one adult."

Surfari Bubbles have a zippered entrance. Each inflates in less than one minute, and allows occupants 250 or less pounds to bounce, bump, race and roll their way around the shallow pool.

"It's fun for anyone who wants to have a bumping, bouncing, good time, all while staying completely dry," Miklosi said.

Surfari Bubbles are available at no additional charge.

Breakers Water Park has been in operation for 21 years. It sits on more than 20 acres in Marana, just off Tangerine Road and I-10.

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