Wake Island Cable Park: California's brand new cable park

The Wake Island Cable Park is the latest star of the Liquid Force's cable park family.

The Wake Island Cable Park is California's first full size cable park, located in Sacramento. The 80-acre watersports park consists of a new state of the art five-tower Sesitec cable system, a two-tower beginner cable system (System 2.0), a paddleboarding lake, and a boat lake.

Wake Island has also partnered with Rad Rails as the exclusive rail provider of the entire park.

Rad Rails has quickly become an industry leader with its self wetting rails, engraved logos, and multitude of color options. All rails are made of CNC'd plastic composites right here in the United States. 

"Wake Island is going to be a game changer for the entire West Coast! I just wish it had been around when I grew up in Northern California!", says Noel Carter, owner of Wake Island Cable Park.

The equipment will have a demo room fully stocked with Liquid Force wakeboards, bindings, wakeskates, vests and helmets. 

The park is set for a soft launch this October, with a full grand opening party being planned for the Spring of 2013.

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