Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland would be nothing without our member sites and clubs. We currently have 8 member sites located throughout Scotland, each of which offers a fantastic opportunity to engage with the sport.
The sites are a variety of boat and cable operations, with all staff/driver/coaches fully accredited to WWS and BWSW. Find your nearest site and get out onto the water!
Located in Townhill Country Park, less than 5 minutes from Dunfermline, the National Training Site offers unrivalled facilities and is amongst the best in the UK. Recently reopened following extensive refurbishment, the NTS now boasts private changing areas, a fantastic viewing area and café.
Alongside tuition with fully qualified coaching and driving staff, the NTS also provide boat driving and instructor courses.
The National Training Site,
Loch Lomond Wakeboard is Scotland’s first purpose-built wakeboard and wakesurf school. Based on the shores of Loch Lomond next to the Ardlui Hotel and within easy reach of Glasgow, Loch Lomond Wakeboard offers professional wakeboarding lessons for boarders and surfers of all ages and levels. Packages range from individual wakeboard lessons to week long wake camps in luxury Loch Lomondside accommodation.
Enjoy the stunning backdrop of Loch Lomond – the world’s most beautiful wakeboarding destination and the perfect place to learn to wakeboard or wakesurf.
Loch Lomond Wakeboard,
Ardlui Hotel & Marina,
Foxlake Adventures is Scotland’s first cable wakeboarding park along with the UK’s only ropes course constructed over water. Foxlake is located in the heart of East Lothian 25 miles east of Edinburgh, nestled in a beautiful woodland on the edge of the John Muir Way. Whether you want to give wakeboarding a try, tackle the zip lines on FoxFall Rope Course, explore woodland trails on Off-Road Segways or just chill out on the lake side with a coffee from the award winning Boardside café, Foxlake will have something for you.
Glasgow Wake Park is a System 2.0 wakeboard park based in the City Centre at the Port Dundas Canal. The site operates out of the Pinkston Paddle Centre and shares all of their first-class facilities.
The cable system allows the wakeboarder to ride continuously by turning at each end of the basin. At GWP, there are 4 obstacles floating in the water that allow the rider to perform varying levels of tricks.
It is a very easy sport to learn on the cable and riders can progress amazingly quickly. Glasgow Wake Park aim to have 100% success rate with our beginners and their qualified coaches will do everything it takes to get you out the water and riding.
Glasgow Wake Park,
Pinkston Watersports Centre,
75 North Canal Bank St,
Located in the heart of the Galloway Hills, Loch Ken Water Ski and Wakeboard School offers a spectacular setting coupled with its highly trained team of professional instructors makes Loch Ken the perfect place to get active on the water.
Whether you’re a complete novice or simply want to refine your skills, the welcoming and capable staff are more than happy to administer to your needs. In addition to traditional water skiing, the school also offer the chance to learn more advanced techniques such as mono skiing and to take part in slalom skiing competitions. Banana boat rides and speed boat trips are also available. A full range of equipment and clothing is also available for sale or rental.
To avoid disappointment, prior booking is recommended.
Loch Ken Waterski & Wakeboard School,
Loch Ken Marina,
Loch Lomond Waterski Club has been providing waterski lessons to club members, members of the public and tourists for over 35 years.
During this season the club operates from their site adjacent to the “Maid of the Loch” in Balloch at the south end of Loch Lomond.
The club can also provide facilities for corporate days, V.I.P. boat taxi trips and filming.
Customers have included, Bono of U2, Noel Gallagher of Oasis, Carol Smillie, John Gordon Sinclair, Sally MacNair, the cast of “Allo Allo” and Olympic swimmer Keri-Anne Payne.
Loch Lomond Water Ski Club,
A friendly club with members of all ages and skiing/boarding abilities. There are wet suits, life jackets, skis and boards available for use. The clubhouse has changing rooms, toilet and shower facilities, tea/coffee making facilities, a small tuck shop and a BBQ.
The Club has 2 slalom courses and a Malibu Response boat with tower. All drivers and instructors hold the relevant BWSW qualifications.
Kyle Waterski & Wakeboard Club,
The picturesque Loch of Aboyne is the real home of the Aberdeen Water Ski Club where a volunteer committee supports the club on the behalf of the thriving membership. The Club is run on a voluntary ‘not for profit’ basis and all the income we generate is invested back into the Club to maintain and improve the facilities for the benefit of the sport and the members. Our members are all ages, and the level of expertise ranges from beginner through to national competition level.
A volunteer led watesrski and wakeboard club running from Aboyne Loch.
We have water access on Wednesday evenings and all day Saturday and Sunday