Nonprofit Charitable Organization

Our Mission

To assist persons with physical challenges to Recover, Inspire, Succeed, and Empower themselves and others by providing inclusive adaptive recreational sports programs.

Kneeboarding

About Kneeboarding

Kneeboarding is an aquatic sport where the participant is towed on a buoyant, convex, and hydrodynamically shaped board at a planing speed, most often behind a motorboat. Kneeboarding on a surf style board with fin(s) is also done in waves at the beach. In the usual configuration of a tow-sport kneeboard, riders kneel on their heels on the board, and secure themselves to the deck with an adjustable Velcro over their thighs. Most water ski kneeboards do not have fins to allow for easier surface spins. As in wakeboarding or water skiing, the rider hangs onto a tow-rope. The advantages of kneeboarding versus other tow-sports seems to be an easier learning curve and a sense of being closer to the water when falls occur.

Program Contact
Email info@riseadaptivesports.org or call our office (469) 762-5075.

Reservations
Reservations are made online or by calling our office. Reservations are required 48 hours prior to a program start time. Making online reservations just got easier! The RISE Calendar has been updated, click on the program/date, click the reservation link. All RISE programs are 100% supported by volunteers. Reservations are required to know how much help and equipment is needed for that program date. Thanks in advance for helping RISE operate all of our programs at the highest level possible!

All participants must be registered as a TEAM RISE member. All family/friends must be registered as a TEAM RISE volunteer. RISE can only accommodate those who have registered (including friends and family) and made reservations.

To register please visit this page.

To make program reservations please visit this page.

When & Where
Please visit our Calendar for a complete listing of all program dates.

Meadowmere Park, 3000 Meadowmere Lane, Grapevine, TX 76092