Cable System, Not a Boat
There’s no need to rent a boat, buy fuel and buy gear if you want to wakeboard while you are in town. At cable parks, riders are pulled by an electric cable track rather than a boat. Riders become attached to the cable system by a tow rope. Elite Cable Park in Auburndale has eight cables running at the same time, allowing riders to fluidly enter and exit the system.
Elite Cable Park offers a Get Up Guarantee Package that’s perfect for those who have never tried wakeboarding, waterskiing, wakeskating or kneeboarding. The Get Up Guarantee is the best way to learn how to ride and includes the following for just $59.00:
- 15-minute one-on-one coaching session
- 4-hour cable pass
- All the equipment you’ll need to ride
Watch Elite Cable Park’s walk-through video below.
The Pro Shop
The Pro Shop at Elite Cable Park is where you’ll buy your pass, buy or rent equipment/gear, and buy cool hats, t-shirts, koozies and more.
Tantrums Lakeside Grill
You’ll work up quite an appetite during your rides, but you don’t need to pack a lunch. Tantrums Lakeside Grill is adjacent to the Pro Shop and serves a variety of sandwiches, tacos, seafood baskets and jasmine rice bowls.
Tantrums Lakeside Grill is open to the public, not just Cable Park riders. The waterside restaurant is open 7-days a week, from 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. You can view their menu on Facebook.