Welcome to Irelands largest cable wakeboarding centre. Ballyhass is delighted to bring the worlds latest and fastest growing water sport into the heart of Munster. Cable wakeboarding uses an overhead cable which pulls you over the surface of the lakes with a feel just like surfing or snowboarding but on water. This is the most accessible water sport for all ages and most of all fantastic fun. Irelands most unique sporting tourist attraction opened March 2014.
We have installed two Sesitec system 2.0. The System 2.0 is essentially a straight-line cable system that is great for events or stand-alone rail parks.The System 2.0 allows for a continuous ride, it is the perfect way to learn to wakeboard and has close to a 100% record for teaching people to wakeboard. This is due to the incredible speed control the driver has and the upward pull of the cable. The system is suitable for all levels of riders and is a dream training tool. What really makes a wake park though is the obstacle setup underneath the cable. Think floating skate park! Ballyhass is starting big and has several obstacles on both lines that are ideal for beginners who are hitting an obstacle for the first time and amazing fun for an experienced rider at any level.
Ballyhass Wakepark is ideal for getting groups on to the water to learn how to wakeboard. For riders who really want to progress their skill level, there will be options to buy memberships, ride packs and courses. Something to suite everyone’s price point.
Month: Feb – Dec
Day: Mon – Sun
Time: 9am – 9pm
Price: €22 per adult with group rates available.
Directions from Mallow, Co Cork
- Take the N72 (Killarney direction) for 5km (3 miles)
- Turn right at the sign for Longueville House and Ballyclough
- The village of Cecilstown is 7 km (4.3 miles) from this turning
- Go through the village and the Wakepark is 1km (0.6 miles) on the left hand side.
|Contact: Eoghan McCarthy|
|Address: Ballyhass lakes, Cecilstown, Mallow County Cork|
|Phone: 022 27773|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Web: www.ballyhasswakepark.ie|
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