Wakeboarding with us
We have two straight-line cables, as well as our brand new WakeparX full size cable where you can kneeboard and progress your wakeboarding in group sessions. Check out the pricing and session times below. If you're unsure on what sessions you should book onto, please give us a call on 01237751517.
First time and progression lakes
We have two straight-line cables (top and bottom lake) to learn and progress your wakeboarding with 1-2-1 coaching on a private lake with the perfect learning conditions for beginner wakeboarders. With a more advanced one with four features to learn kicker and rail tricks (bottom lake), the other is perfect for getting you up and going or learning your first air tricks (top lake).
Straight-line cables are the best and quickest way to learn to wakeboard, and with our coaching, we aim to get you up to the highest level we can on them. All of these sessions come with 1-2-1 tuition with all wakeboard kits included and you can start from age 6 upwards.
We have just installed the country's newest 5-tower cable to our site to enhance the wakeboard experience further.
For first-timers, we recommend starting on a kneeboard to get used to the pull of the cable and the corners. Then move to wakeboard once you have had a couple of runs.
We pride ourselves in trying to accommodate everyone and want to provide the best experience possible. This is why we do introductory or slow speed sessions every day (the minimum age for slow speed is 10 and 12 for standard speed).
Slow speed/beginner sessions run on here each day between 10:30-12:30 and 2:30-4:30
Full-Size Cable Wakeboard Rules
Everybody who wants to ride must have a valid ticket and wristband with signed terms and conditions.
Nobody is permitted to hit any obstacles without an instructor's permission.
The pool gap only opens during standard speed sessions (30km/h). Whenever the traffic light is red, you must not enter.
The minimum age for the slow speed sessions is 10, and 12 for the standard speed session. However, if you have been on the straight-line cable and been approved by an instructor, you may go on here younger.
To ride doubles, you must ask the operator; if it is busy, they might say no. Both riders must be competent and be able to 360 on an obstacle. Once one person falls when riding double, the second person must let go before the white buoys.
When you want to finish, you can let go of the rope, but not after the white buoys to the kickers. You must never come near the start dock.
When you fall off, swim to the shore as quickly as possible. Do not swim behind obstacles.
Foul language will not be tolerated near small children or families.
If you are ever in doubt of crashing into anyone or thing, you must let go with plenty of time.
Every week we run club sessions for people to get into the sport at a reduced price and meet other like-minded people loving wakeboarding as well.
- Ladies' morning -
Each Sunday from 10-11:30, we run ladies' morning, taken by one of our female coaches. Going on the full-size cable, we take people for their first time to experienced riders. We are running at a slower speed to make it comfortable for everyone. The perfect social sport where tea and cake are provided after. Just £20 per session
- Kids Club -
Every Saturday from 10-11:30, we run a kids club which, again the perfect way for kids to make friends and wakeboard and push each other. Again this session is run slowly to help gain confidence and enable the kids to progress as much as possible. This is just £20 per session
We are a BWSW-accredited cable wakeboard park
We pride ourselves on having experienced and fully qualified coaches ready to teach and perfect your riding.
All of our coaches wakeboard or wakeskate to a very high level and therefore, are able to assist everyone who comes to us