Yes, you must be able to swim 50m with a buoyancy aid on, and be confident in the water. It is very likely for you to go under water.
No you cannot participate if you are pregnant.
We do advise removing all jewellery before going wakeboarding.

It is compulsory to have a buoyancy aid or impact vest, a helmet and a wakeboard. A wetsuit is up to you. We have everything available to hire on site at an additional charge.

Sessions on the main cable are 2 hours each. Sessions on the system 2.0 straight cable are in 15 minute blocks, and can be booked in multiple slots.

Main Cable – Up to 6 people can be on the cable at any one time; however 16 riders can book onto the same session.

System 2.0 – 1 person at a time takes part in learning how to wakeboard, but others can be around watching.

Yes you can, you can only use 2 skis, as it runs too slow for mono skiing. We do have limited skis available to hire.
You have to be able to do a lap of switch, and an ‘ollie 180’. Providing our cable operators have seen you do the above, they will talk you through doing your first feature.
Aged 11 and over for the main cable. Aged 6 and over for the system 2.0 straight line cable. However we do run Slow Sessions on the main cable at various times throughout the season, these are for beginners aged 8+.
Wakeboarding is very much like snowboarding but on water. If you have tried skateboarding, snowboarding, windsurfing, or any ‘side ways’ sport, this will give you an advantage to learn to wakeboard.
No, we offer lessons here on the system 2.0 straight line cable, these are on a one to one basis with an instructor, see the cable wakeboard page for more about the system 2.0. If you haven’t wakeboarded before, and we don’t have any space for lessons, you can kneeboard on the main cable. This is literally a board which you kneel on and go round the lake.
Yes we offer lessons on our system 2.0 straight line cable, these are with an instructor on a one to one basis. We do offer lessons on the main cable, but these are very limited and subject to availability.

Main Cable – If you fall off, you will need to remove your board and swim to the nearest exit point, where you can climb out and walk back to the jetty, where you join the queue to go again.

System 2.0 – If you fall off, you simply wait in the water and the instructor will bring the handle back to you.

Yes it is compulsory to wear a helmet at all times.

Main 5 pylon cable – 480m
System 2.0 straight line cable – 150m

It is advised not to wear your spectacles on the cable, we also don’t recommend wearing goggles either.
No, we serve food and drink on site and don’t allow people to bring their own food and drink onto the premises. So please respect this.
Unfortunately you cannot wear any loose clothing on the cable, therefore we do not allow any fancy dress of any sort on the cable.
You still take part in the rain. Our theory is…you are going to get wet anyway!!… It is good fun in the rain. We have wetsuits available to hire for those wishing to hire on arrival.
If we have a storm over head then we will pause and resume once the storm has passed. Then your time will continue as normal. If you have lessons booked on the system 2.0, this does mean we may have to delay later sessions.
Yes there are fish in the lake.
We have lockers for your possessions, feel free to bring your own small padlock or you can buy one here for £3. Alternatively, we recommend locking your items in your cars, and we can look after your keys behind the bar.

We don’t currently offer a discounts, this includes military, blue light, carers and students. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Yes we have changing rooms on site, with shower and toilet facilities. These are basic with no electric point for hairdryers etc.

We advise arriving at least 30 minutes before the session start time for wakeboarders.

We have a 48 hour cancellation policy, if you cancel within this time you will lose your payment. If you give us more than 48 hour notice we will credit the payment, to be used at a later date, or offer you a 50% refund of the full amount. If you were to give us 7 days’ notice, we will then refund the full amount or put it as credit to be rebooked another time.
Yes, during peak times only. Peak times are weekends (May to Sept inclusive) as well as 7 days a week July, August and first week of September. Charges are £2 for 2 hours, £3 for 3 hours, £4 for 4 hours and £10 all day. Coaches are free.