What is it?

A cable system allows participants to enjoy towed water sports without a boat. It can tow nearly anything a boat can to include wakeboarders, wakeskaters, water-skiers, kneeboarders and more.

How does it work?

Six Towers are placed around the edge of a lake and hold a running cable 32′ above the water similar to a snow resort T-bar chairlift. The system is driven by an electric motor and can carry up to 6 people at the same time.


WE URGE ALL FIRST TIMERS TO READ: A Guide for Beginner Wakeboard Instruction

 Our park includes a small training lake, a beginner full-size lake, and an advanced full-size lake! First-timers can learn how to ride on our state-of-the-art Sesitec System 2.0 Training Lake!  On the Beginner Full-Size Lake beginners simply learn to circle the clockwise full-size system, as well as ride the smaller features for the first time. More advanced riders can hit rails or ramps that are similar to those in snowboarding parks on the Advance Full-Size Lake.

“From the very beginning, the team at Terminus set out to build and operate one of the finest cable wakeboard parks in the world.” -Terminus Managment

Why Cable?

Cable parks are the most effective way for beginners, intermediate and high ability riders to get out on the water!  It’s a great way to introduce new riders to the sport of wakeboarding and a very economical alternative to the tremendous investment required for boat ownership and high gas prices.