Adaptive Water Sports Park w/ Camping
Pontoon boats offer a spacious and stable platform for passengers, making them a great choice for socializing with friends and family while on the water.
Water skiing requires strength, balance, and coordination and can be enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels.
Parasailing is a thrilling recreational activity that involves being towed behind a boat while attached to a parachute-like canopy, or parasail. The rider(s) can soar up to several hundred feet in the air, providing a breathtaking aerial view of the surrounding area.
Wakesurfing is a thrilling water sport that involves surfing the wake of a boat without being towed by a rope. The rider starts by holding onto a rope attached to the boat and being pulled up to surf the boat's wake. Once the rider is up and riding, they can let go of the rope and continue to surf the boat's wake, using the boat's momentum to stay afloat.
Fishing can be done from the shore or a boat, and can be a solitary activity or a social one, often enjoyed with friends and family. Fishing requires patience, skill, and knowledge of the fishing location and the fish being targeted.
Kayaking is a popular water sport that involves paddling a small boat, called a kayak, through water using a double-bladed paddle. Kayaking is a great way to explore nature and experience the outdoors, and can be done for leisure or as a form of exercise.
This 7 v. 7 touch-style game is played outdoors on blacktop or indoors on a multipurpose surface.
Players use specially designed wheelchairs that are reinforced to withstand the physical contact of the game, which can be quite aggressive.