Kevin’s Wake Spot Of The Week …
Wakeboarding in Idaho! Cable parks are getting installed everywhere, giving everyone an opportunity to ride. One of the most recent park openings in the USA is Wake Central Cable Park in Caldwell, Idaho.
They have a pair of straight-line systems in place with a wide variety of obstacles. First-time visitors even get free instruction and free Slingshot wakeboard rentals. And they are open until 8 p.m. everyday of the week.
It’s Kevin’s Wake Spot Of The Week, International Edition y’all…
The site of this weekend’s British Cable Wakeboard and Wakeskate National Championships, JB Ski (a/k/a John Battle Waterski) in Chertsey, UK (just outside of London) has something for anyone that likes to get on the water.
It has three lakes and offers waterskiing behind a Ski Nautique, wakeboarding behind a Malibu WakeSetter or wakeboarding and
wakeskating on their cable lake, complete with 11 rails, kickers, sliders and a jump ramp.
A full range of equipment is available for use (showers, changing rooms, BBQ area). All levels of instruction
(from beginner to competition) is available for every water sport discipline: wakeboarding, wakeskating, waterskiing, etc.
Instruction is one-on-one. Really an amazing set-up with protected, glass-calm lakes and top-notch coaching, offering an ideal place to get on the water.
One of the great things about being part of WakeScout is learning about new places to get on the water to wakeboard, waterski, wakesurf, wakeskate … whatever your passion.
Whether notified by water sport entities that send in requests to be listed from all over the world, a recommendation from someone in the WakeScout community or simply a place we discover in a magazine or news article, each new listing helps achieve our goal to provide the water sport community with more and more places to get on the water.
We recently reached another milestone- we now have over 1,300 places to get on the water listed on WakeScout.