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French Riviera

French Riviera
France
is the Mediterranean coastline of the southeast corner of France, extending, according to different sources, from Menton near the Italian border in the east to either Hyres or Cassis in the west.

Posted by: wakesites

Coble Ski Camp

Coble Ski Camp
United States
Coble Water Ski and Wakeboard Camp is one of the World's best kept water skiing secrets!There are 10 private lakes spread over hundreds of acres of natural countryside land.
http://www.cobleskischool.com/
Posted by: wakesites

Lake Lure

Lake Lure
United States
Lake Lure, the gem of the Carolinas, is a mountain lake community that has a harmonious balance of interests of our citizens, businesses and visitors, achieved through open communication and managed growth that emphasizes fiscal responsibility and stewardship of our natural beauty and environment.
http://www.lakelure.com/
Posted by: wakesites

Bow Lake

Bow Lake
United States
is an all-inclusive, private, wakeboard and water ski lake.Bow Lake is located just 60 miles North of Seattle, Washington in the beautiful Skagit Valley, at the gateway to the San Juan Islands.
http://www.waterskiranch.com/
Posted by: wakesites

AquaSki Park

AquaSki Park
Costa Rica
The AquaSki park, created six years ago, has for several months included equestrian activities, jumping lessons, rides around the lake, trail riding etc. Itineraries include crossing sugar-cane fields, orange plantations at the heart of which the equestrian center has been built.
http://www.justacriollo.com/pages_en/decouvertes_en/aquaski_en.ht
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Neorion Bay

Neorion Bay
Greece
The Passage Water Ski Centers located on one of the greenest and most picturesque islands in Greece, with some of the clearest, most beautiful waters on Earth.

Posted by: kyrie

TSR Extreme Sports Comple

TSR Extreme Sports Comple
United States
The Texas Ski Ranch Complex says it all on its website: No boat needed on this lake! Experience the thrill and excitement that the cableway offers riders of all levels. [...] Veteran athletes love the big air offered by loading the line or hitting the kickers and sliders, and beginners love the ease of the cableway and the coaching available from the experienced dock staff.
http://www.texasskiranch.com/
Posted by: kyrie

Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu
United States
Lake Havasu is a large reservoir behind Parker Dam on the Colorado River, on the border between California and Arizona. Lake Havasu City sits on the lake's eastern shore. The lake has a capacity of 648,000 acre feet (799,000 dam). The concrete arch dam was built by the United States Bureau of Reclamation between 1934 and 1938. The lake's primary purpose is to store water for pumping into two aqueducts.
http://www.lhcaz.gov/
Posted by: kyrie

Stoney Park

Stoney Park
Australia
Stoney Park consists of two man-made lakes which have been specifically built for water-skiing and wakeboarding. The lakes have been carefully constructed at right angles to each other, to best utilize the varying sun and wind conditions. The Eastern Lake is fully equipped with a slider and a kicker ramp, to make for hours of fun for the braver wakeboarder.
http://www.stoneypark.com.au/
Posted by: kyrie

Lake Shasta

Lake Shasta
United States
Lake Shasta, also called Shasta Lake, is an artificial lake created by the construction of Shasta Dam across the Shasta-Trinity National Forest of Shasta County, California. With a capacity of 4,552,000 acreft (5,615 Gl) at full pool, the lake has an elevation of 1,067 feet (325 m), and a surface area of 30,000 acres (12,000 ha), making it the state's largest reservoir, and its third largest body of water after Lake Tahoe and the Salton Sea.
http://www.shastalake.com/
Posted by: kyrie

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