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Glasgow Wake Park

SCOTLAND'S FIRST URBAN WAKE PARK

Glasgow Wake Park is a system 2.0 wakeboard park based 10 minutes from the City Centre at Port Dundas on the Forth and Clyde Canal. We operate out of the Pinkston Paddle Centre and share all of their facilities.

Wakeboarding is one of the fastest growing watersports. It has a similar feel to snowboarding and skateboarding and in recent years it has become the cool and youthful alternative to water-skiing.

 

Our cable system allows the wakeboarder to ride continuously by turning at each end of the basin. We have obstacles floating in the water that allow the rider to perform varying levels of tricks.

Wakeboarding is a easy sport to learn on our system 2.0 and riders can progress amazingly quickly. We aim to have 100% success rate with beginner wakeboarders and our qualified coaches will do everything it takes to get you up and riding on the water.

What better way to make use of the Forth and Clyde Canal? Get along and shred up the canal!

Glasgow Wake Park is based at the Pinkston Watersports Centre, 75 North Canal Bank St, Glasgow, G4 9XP

 

MEET THE TEAM

At Glasgow Wake Park we pride ourselves on our friendly and supportive atmosphere for learning to wakeboard. A lot of that comes down to our wonderful staff!

Hover over each picture to find out more about our team.

Holly
Trainee Coach 

Wakeboarding since: 2018
Favourite trick: stale to blind
Most likely to be: going for a big ol' tantrum

Arin
Wakeboard Coach and Manager 

Wakeboarding since: 2017
Favourite trick: Hand-drag 360
Most likely to be: shouting 'yeooow' from the dock

Ali
Head Coach 

Wakeboarding since: 2006
Favourite trick: BS 540
Most likely to be: wakeboarding

Pamela
Trainee Coach

Wakeboarding since: 2017
Favourite trick: Olay 360 on the box
Most likely to be: working out that raley scoop

Simen
Wakeboard Coach 

Wakeboarding since: 2008
Favourite trick: back lip
Most likely to be: riding in some suuuper baggy wake pants