Shark Wake Park 561
Who wishes for constant wave action without the reliability of a boat to pull you?
“Imagine it. Prep for it. Attack it”
Well, a new $1.5 million wake park will be operating sometime in the year of 2017 at Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach, Florida. Naming it Shark Wake Park 561, the company is committed to building and operating the World’s best wake parks, powered by Great White Shark Enterprises!
Shark Wake Park 561 is bringing the community to an all new cable powered wakeboard ride and would be the first park in Palm Beach County to do so. Now, the county does have water skiing operations at Okeeheelee Park and at South County Regional Park, west of Boca Raton, Florida, however, the operations are only exclusive for ski clubs and weren’t offered to the public for use.
Shark Wake Park 561 is proud to announce this new, fun, refreshing and stimulating park to all the public and community to share with friends and family! A goal is to convey the growth of watersports to everyone without burning our Earth’s valuable fossil fuels.
This exciting new complex is set to open sometime next year and be the ultimate place to focus on water skiing, zip-lining, tubing, knee boarding and wake surfing! The park will offer board rentals and lessons from experienced riders as well as hold competitions for modest riders too! It will have two full size beginner and advanced cable wake parks, a two tower training cable and all the other amenities the will make it a world class facility.
Greg Norman’s Great White Shark Enterprises will set the new park on 33.8 acres at the northwest end of Okeeheelee Park. In addition, Greg Norman Jr. is partnering on the project with the founder of Orlando Watersports Complex, Rene Hofmann and separately opening his very first wakeboard park this summer in North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
“The cable park,” said Founder and CEO, Greg Norman Jr., “is the best option to open this sport to the masses.”