No boat, no problem! We have a solution for boarders to get out on the water. Rail Yard Wake Park allows all levels of riders to experience wakeboarding, wakeskating, wake skiing, and even kneeboarding. The cable system makes it accessible for all riders, no boats necessary.
Just slightly off the tracks, not far from the North Pole lies a depot where riders are literally flying off the rails. Unlike the Polar Express, this crazy train is not your typical club car ride. Rail Yard Wake Park is showing citizens of Mount Albert, Ontario a new way to ride the rails. Boasting TWO Sesitec System 2.0 wakeboard cable systems Rail Yard is adding steam to Ontario’s flourishing wake park scene.
Conductors Ross Benns, Christine Benns with their partner Ian Bowie, a.k.a. Boxcar, spent over two years creating this station adjacent to the railroad tracks. Plans include System 2.0 passengers to ride the rails along the water in the summer, and the crew plan to offer cable riding in the winter months as well for snowboarders!
Check out Rail Yard Wake Park to find out how to get your ticket to ride the rails this summer. Rail Yard Wake Park will give its all aboard call starting May 25. For more information check out railyardwakepark.com, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @railyardwakepark.
Queensville Sideroad, east of Hwy 48
Mount Albert, ON Canada