Ten year old Ashlyn Overland riding in front of the starting platform crowdCanandaigua, NY (April 28, 2016) -  Friday, April 29th, will mark the start of the second season for Roseland Wake Park, the only cable wake boarding park in the Northeast. "Guests visited from all over the Northeast and Canada last summer to take advantage of this unique watersports attraction", comments wake park manager, Kyle Dickman. Wake boarders from Maine have indicated that they will be visiting on opening weekend. Ten year old Ashlyn Overland, from Port Jervis, NY, a four hour one-way drive, plans to attend opening weekend as well. Ashlyn's parents brought her to the wake park almost every weekend last summer. They would spend two nights at local lodging during each visit.

  "The current trend in travel is experienced based adventures.  Roseland Wake Park is another area attraction that brings in visitors and in turn provides positive growth to the tourism segment of our local economy.  Canandaigua is truly the Adventure Capital of the Finger Lakes region with many unique adventure attractions within a twenty minute radius of Canandaigua.", comments, Drew Broderick, marketing director.

The hours of operation for opening weekend will be Friday, 2pm-8pm, Saturday, 10pm-8pm and Sunday, 10am-8pm. The operating schedule prior to peak season will be Friday-Sunday. Specials this season will include: Ladies Night, College Night and Family Night. Boy Scouts can take advantage of the new Watersports Merit Badge (call 585-393-9253 for session dates). On Saturday, June 18th will be the Liquid Force Free For All event. Guests visiting on this day will be able to enjoy the wake park activities free of charge.

Roseland Wake Park has a full service equipment and wetsuit rental shop as well as an on-site retail shop that sells wake boards, boats, bindings, standup paddle boards, apparel, wet suits and more. There is also a warming room where riders can relax when take breaks. A variety of floating features are available for riders who would like to hit the jumps, rails and boxes. The Lil Bro Learning Center is available for those wishing to learn how to wake board. Lessons start at age 5.

Roseland Wake Park will be open through the fall. Visit www.roselandwakepark.com for more nformation.

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Photo: Ten year old Ashlyn Overland riding in front of the starting platform crowd.
Location: Roseland Wake Park
Date: Summer 2015
Photo Credit: Drew Broderick