Orlando Watersports Complex

The Orlando Watersports Complex, sometimes called The Cable, OWC or O-Dub, offers a controlled location where people can learn about and enjoy wakeboarding, kneeboarding, wakeskating and waterskiing. The complex opened in 2001 and is considered one of the premiere locations for riders of all levels. It is the only facility in the country that has two cableways, its beginner/intermediate cable park and the slider park. This provides unlimited riding time, leading to more skilled riding. The professional training staff is able to help students of all levels learn skiing and boarding. The beginner/intermediate cableway normally runs at 18 miles per hour, but it can be sped up to 36 miles per hour for more advanced riders. There are numerous national riding teams that train at the facility. The advanced cableway runs at 20 miles per hour and features eight obstacles. These include two launch ramps, a flat bar, a kicker, an a-frame, a table-top, a barrel and a funbox. Classes and summer camps are available for riders of all ages and skill levels. Lessons are run by the most qualified people in the industry. The Bambini Club is for kids under six and the Kid's Club welcomes kids 7 to 15. The snack bar is a great place to grab lunch or a quick bite to eat before or after a lesson. Prices are very reasonable and menu options include pizza, hamburgers, grilled cheese, ice cream, chicken tenders, turkey and ham subs, candy, coffee and beverages.

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