Aqua Rollers


Aqua Rollers, also known as Human Hampster Balls, is the sport of rolling around in a large pond area in a giant inflatable ball. The reviews are in and the Aqua Rollers score a perfect 10! Those who have already crawled inside and rolled around report non-stop laughter and even more laughs when you try to bounce into a friend or family member in the next one.

There are two openings on the outside, and guests just slide through and into the roller. Up to three people can ride in a roller at once! The attraction located behind the Bungee Tower where there is plenty of room to let the good times roll!




  • Weight Requirement
  • Max weight 150 lbs per person
  • Age Requirement
  • Min. 3 yrs old and 48" tall

Fun Facts

  • Aqua Roller diameter
  • Aqua Roller style
  • 1.9 to 3 meters (approx 9ft tall)
  • Inflatable with inner and outer spheres


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