If you're looking to shred through the water like a pro, you need to visit this Upstate New York wake park.
Make a trip to beautiful Muar Lake in Canandaigua to spend a day at the Roseland Wake Park, home to the first and only Cable Wake Park in the northeast. As you could guess, they specialize in wakeboarding and provide an incredibly unique way to do it.
The Cable Wake Park is a 5-tower, full-sized cable system that pulls wakeboarders across the water through a series of obstacles. You don't have to be an expert to try it either. The additional 2-tower system can be used by both beginners and advanced wakeboarders.
The best way to imagine the course is that it's like a terrain park on water. The full-sized cable system, of which can pull up to 9 riders, leads riders through a variety of ramps and rails through the park.
There are several different Park Pass options available. They include 2-hour, 4-hour, all day and all season passes. Similar to a ski lodge, they have a Pro Shop that has all the equipment available for you to either buy or rent.
So Much to Enjoy
If you're interested in other watersports, like water skiing, wake skating, knee boarding, and standup paddle boarding, you can do all of that at Roseland Wake Park too! Their goal is to be the watersports hub of the Finger Lakes.
There is so much to love that you can't help but check it out for yourself!
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12 Diners and Cafes Well Worth the Drive to the Finger Lakes For
The Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York is known for its many fine restaurants and famous wineries. But, there are also a wonderful collection of smaller cafes and diners throughout the region.
This is a list of 12 of those iconic eateries which dot the roadsides of Upstate. Many are very small, Mom-and-Pop operations. Others are elegant cafes at which you could very well spend an hour or two having a cup of coffee or a fresh baked good. But, they all have one thing in common. They are all small!
We hope you enjoy this list of great little diners and cafes to stop at and enjoy the next time you are in the Finger Lakes area.