Wakeboard Like a Shark – West Palm Beach

Lorea Thomson
Posted by Lorea Thomson
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If you are interested in learning to wakeboard, learn how to at Shark Wake Park 561.  There are NO sharks at Shark Wake Park.  The park is more than fun on the water, it is the nicest family fun around. The watersports park is located at Okeeheelee Park, 1440 Eshleman Trail in West Palm Beach. The park is a personal friendly cable water sports park.  The water playground unveiled its new spot in West Palm Beach in 2019. Shark Wake Park 561 is one of the biggest floating adventure recreation areas in Southeast Florida.  

If you can do it behind a boat then you can do it at the Shark Wake Park.  Jump, dive, and splash into adventure on Obstacle Island. The vast floating fun spot is full of climbing spires, monkey bars, exhilarating slides, and more!  It’s the perfect place for kids and adults to engage like kids. After a long day on the water, guests can relax at the Shark Shack and enjoy a cold one on the viewing deck while they watch friends and family ride. 

The original park was unveiled in 2016 in Myrtle Beach by Greg Norman Jr. He is the son of golfer Greg Norman. It was such a success they added a second park for those young and young at heart to enjoy cable watersports. Norman Jr. spent 15 years traveling the world as an avid professional kiteboarder and wakeboarder. After graduating from the University of Miami with a degree in Business Management, Greg, Jr. joined his father at the family business working as part of the Business Development team at Great White Shark Enterprises.

If you would like further information, please call Shark Wake Park 561 at 561.323.3937 or email info561@sharkwakepark.com.\ 


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10 am-5 pm (Sat-Sun)

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