Shark Wake Park is a cable kneeboarding and wakeboarding park in West Palm Beach that also offers a massive floating obstacle course and a snack shack with food and beverages.
Shark Wake Park is the perfect place for people learn how to kneeboard and wakeboard on a cable system.
You don’t have to be a professional! All skill levels are welcome at Shark Wake Park and you’ll get lessons right on the dock.
If the watersports aren’t for you, you can give the obstacle island a go. You have to wear a Coast Guard approved life jacket and lifeguards are on duty to make sure everyone stays safe.
In regards to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, founder Greg Norman said they’ve taken measures at Shark Wake Park to keep customers healthy and safe.
“We require everyone coming into the pro shop to wear a mask,” he said. “So far, everyone’s been very respectful of that and anyone who has come in here without a mask and we educate them on that, they immediately run out to their car and go grab it and come back in.”
Norman said his staff at Shark Wake Park is enforcing social distancing but it hasn’t been an issue. “People out here are already doing it on their own measurements and own guidelines, which is great to see,” he said.
Norman noted that if they do see people gathering in groups, they politely ask people to separate and so far, they’ve had no major issues.
“On the dock, all our operators are dunking handles into buckets to clean the handles before handing to a new customer,” he said. “And on the obstacle island, it’s all washed down and cleaned down to make sure it’s safe and clean. In our concession stand, no one is allowed to sit around the bar or interact around that area. They’ll take your items and then go out into the park.”
If you’re looking for a socially-distanced day of fun, visit Shark Wake Park! You can find more info at their website. They’re open Monday thru Friday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.