- $75 for one admission to a three-hour wake-surfing class with Pull Watersports
- Participants should bring a swimsuit, sunscreen, and towel
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
Participants meet at Pull Watersports, then head to Lake Lanier.
Each event is capped at 8 purchasers.
What You'll Do
In its natural state, Lake Lanier is a giant playground of open water. There's just a couple of things missing: a boat, a board, and a wave. Fortunately, Pull Watersports supplies all three during its immersive wake-surfing class. Whether you've never wake surfed before or just want to practice your technique, the instructors will help get you up to speed.
Strap on a provided life jacket and grab a provided wake surf board before heading out on a new Tige Wake boat.
Instructors go over the essentials while students take turns riding behind the boat atop a small board.
Ride the Wave
As the boat cruises at a comfortable 10–12 mph to keep impact on the body minimal, ride its wake while hanging onto a pull rope, and then, when you're ready, hands-free.
Sure, Pull Watersports has boats—but the real draw is what happens in their wake. The shop and its team specialize in "behind the boat" water sports such as water skiing, wake boarding, and wake surfing. Beyond lessons and rentals, they host tournaments and sponsor the Georgia INT League, the largest amateur competition of wake boarding, skiing, and wake surfing around.