Located in the stunning landscape of North Devon and only 10 minutes away from the coast, North Devon Wake Park boasts the best of both worlds. Offering you a stunning lake with all the trimmings.
We have several amazing activities to choose from
The Aquapark is the only one of its kind in Devon and great fun for all the family consisting of trampolines, slides, logs, running mats, climbing frames, as well as the country’s biggest ‘Rockit’ to roll, balance or rock, as an individual or as a team!
Wakeboarding is an amazing sport and unlike surfing you can come down no matter the weather and always have perfect conditions to learn on
Cable wakeboarding is similar to skateboarding and snowboarding, but on water where an overhead cable pulls you along
Ringo rides can also happen on the cable where you lie on a large inflatable ring and get pulled along
Paddleboarding is another fun activity for all the family on our stunning lake
We are located between Bideford and Bude along the main road the A39.
Follow signs to the Milky Way Adventure Park and enter their car park
On the far right hand corner of their car park is the lane down to our centre
Please be wary of sat navs trying to take you down country lanes as we're off the main road
For any Queries you have about bookings or the park please drop us an email and we will try and get back to you as soon as possible
Random questions and answers section:
Q. What do I need to bring?
a. - You need a towel and swimming costumes, we do hire wetsuits to those who need, but you’re more than welcome to bring your own
- You can also wear wetsuit boots/socks in the aquapark but may not fit into the wakeboard bindings.
- Lifejackets/impact vests must be worn at all time when in the water and we provide these for everyone
- Wakeboards are provided free of charge for non-obstacle users and we do hire out obstacle board of better quality for the jumps at £3. Once again you’re more than welcome to bring your own gear
- Helmets are provided for all wakeboarders and ringoers and must be worn
- For Paddleboarding we do require you to bring an old pair of trainer that you don't mind getting wet as you have to wear footwear while doing it
Q. What happens when I arrive?
a. We ask that you arrive at least 30 minutes before you're booked onto the water, this is so that we can sign you in and complete a medical declaration if one has not already been done. Then we will sort you out with a wetsuit if needed and a wakeboard lesson or Aquapark briefing before you go onto the water. Once this is done we'll get you on the water and having fun
Q. Are dogs allowed?
a. Dogs are welcome as long as they are friendly and on leads, however there is a public footpath around the lake to walk around
Q. What on site facilities are there?
a. We have wet heated changing rooms for everyone to use along with toilets. We also have outside and inside seated areas with undercover picnic benches for relaxing and watching on
Q. What happens if it’s raining?
a. We still run all of our activities when it rains (as you get wet in the lake anyway!). The only time we will ever cancel is due to extreme winds, fog or lightening, for all of these we will phone up and give as much notice as possible. If this happens we will refund or reschedule bookings
Q. Is there parking?
a. We have a free of charge carpark right next to the lake and clubhouse, you just have to drive down through the sheep field and we’re on the other side of the fence
Q. Is there a spectator’s area?
a. We have an indoor clubhouse with seats to view from as well as undercover decking area with good vision for all the activities, and for those sunny days we have benches around the lake to view from
Q. What is the refund policy?
a. We do offer refunds or rebooking if you cannot make a booking and let us know more than 72 hours before your session, this is due to the fact that we do get staff in accordingly to bookings