Before man conquered his fear of water, he amused himself with dust sports such as pushing boulders off cliffs, wrestling tumbleweeds, and falling in the dust. Rinse yourself off with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $25 for two hours of riding (a $30 value) with rental equipment for one (a $22 value; a $52 total value)
- $45 for two hours of riding (a $60 value) with rental equipment for two (a $44 value; a $104 total value)
- $35 for a full day of riding (a $40 value) with rental equipment for one (a $30 value; a $70 total value)
- $65 for a full day of riding (an $80 value) with rental equipment for two (a $60 value; a $140 total value)
Passes include unlimited use of the main lake and practice pond. Rental equipment outfits visitors for their choice of four sports: wakeboarding, water skiing, knee-boarding, and wake-skating. Visitors should wear a bathing suit. For more information, see the FAQs.
Wake Nation Houston
The manmade, 12-acre lake at Wake Nation Houston was designed for wakeboarding, but there's not a single boat on it. Instead, a system of cables and pulleys whisks wakeboarders along the placid surface in much the same way towropes pull astronauts to the moon. Aided by supportive instructors, beginners learn the fundamentals of the sport with the use of a practice cable on a smaller practice pond before taking to the main lake. More advanced aquatic acrobats, meanwhile, soar off floating jumps and slalom around obstacles.
Despite its name, the park isn't exclusively for wakeboarders. Its cables can just as easily haul visitors on kneeboards, water skis, and wake-skates. Water-shy guests can watch their friends from an observation deck, browse the pro shop, or nosh on snacks from the concession stand.
“I live in Houston, it's really fun to get out of the city and do some watersports, it's less than a 30 min ride. It's worth it!”
“It's fun even if you have never wake boarded before”
“It was an awesome experience for my whole family considering it was our first time to ever do wake boarding or any water sports requiring a board. It was challenging...”
“It was an awesome experience for my whole family considering it was our first time to ever do wake boarding or any water sports requiring a board. It was challenging but once you know and understand the mechanics involve it was worth the money spent”