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doubleup360 09-14-2005 4:54 PM

I am looking into going to a wakeboard school / camp over spring break. I need some input on what other people might think. I dont know much about it other than Im kind of in a rut and I think a week of camp could help alot. Any input would be great!

innov8 09-14-2005 5:04 PM

<a href="http://www.worldwakeboardcenter.com" target="_blank">www.worldwakeboardcenter.com</a> is The place to go.

wakeriderixi 09-14-2005 5:05 PM

where?? In Orlando check out <a href="http://www.orlandowake.com" target="_blank">www.orlandowake.com</a>

malibu36 09-14-2005 5:07 PM

<a href="http://www.ridethespot.net" target="_blank">www.ridethespot.net</a> the best in camps with the man Darin. Great water always, great boat, great living space

bankssa 09-15-2005 12:06 PM

You can't do wrong at the boarding school with Travis and Shaun. Keith Layman has been working with them too and they are all a riot. Travis has to be the funniest guy to ride with in the boat and Shaun is the coolest guy in wakeboarding. My wife and I have been there several times and we end up playing in the tree swing, wake surfing and all kinds of stuff... It's nice to have a car to go into town at night and always best to have a fun bunch of people to go with.... We try to get a day or two in at Easter and a week in the summer.

bankssa 09-15-2005 12:08 PM

Forgot to post the URL <a href="http://www.theboardingschool.com" target="_blank">www.theboardingschool.com</a>

wakechic06 09-15-2005 2:29 PM

Are there any good ones close to WA state?

silverhawk 09-15-2005 4:43 PM

Everyone should check out the Gordy Bubolz Wakeboard Camp in fremont wisconsin if they get a chance. <a href="http://www.boardingcamp.com" target="_blank">www.boardingcamp.com</a>

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