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WakeSurfing

Surfs up, brah! WakeSurfing is basically magic. It's a fun, low-impact way to enjoy the water - and at only about 10 miles per hour, perfect for fun-havers of all ages. Due to the low speed it's safe and typically easier to learn than other watersports, making it the ideal water/boating activity for first-timers. Once you've been bitten by the wakesurfing bug, you'll be a surfer for life! Thanks to wakesuring's insane fun-factor, it has sparked a phenomenon of national and world competitions stocked with professional surfers equally obsessed with the sport.

Come love the lake with us!

The Nuts & Bolts -----> If you're not familiar with this newer watersport, consider yourself in for a treat. Surfers start off in the water holding onto a rope attached to the boat. Just like wakeboarding or skiing, the surfer is then pulled upright with the rope by the boat as the boat propels forward, typically topping off at only 10-11 miles per hour, depending on preference. The specially-designed boat creates a wave for the rider to surf. Once comfortable, the surfer lets go of the rope and surfs in the wave hands-free, just like a wave in the ocean. The wave created by the boat pushes the surfer forward to stay behind boat so the rider can surf in the wave as long as the boat is moving. It takes practice to surf in the wave, and that's why we're here.

Wakeboarding & Waterskiing

Ben was an avid wakeboarder and waterskier growing up and has the tricks and flips experience to get you where you want to be, whether that means a pull behind the boat to get your boarding or skiing legs or some serious airtime! We accommodate and appreciate all experience levels. Check us out!