Posted: May 20, 2019

Greg Norman’s Shark Wake Park Announces Grand Opening

Public Event will Feature Official Ribbon Cutting of Wake Park and Aqua Park with Live Music, Food Trucks and Pro Exhibitions

Shark Wake Park
For the young and young at heart, the Aqua Park is a massive inflatable floating playground featuring monkey bars, climbing towers, slides and more.

WEST PALM BEACH, FL (May 20, 2019) – Shark Wake Park 561 – South Florida’s premier cable and water park complex ‐ announces its Grand Opening on Saturday June 15 from 11am – 3pm at Okeeheelee Park.

The park will open to the public at 10 a.m. for a ribbon cutting ceremony with County Officials, Greg Norman Jr. and World Golf Hall‐of‐Fame member Greg Norman. Following at 11am, Shark Wake Park’s Aqua Park and Cable Wake Park officially open for business. The event will feature live music by Spred the Dub, food trucks provided by Dune Dog and Curbside Gourmet, face painting and pro wakeboarding exhibitions. Shark Wake Park is also home to the Shark Shack where guests can enjoy beer, wine, snacks, cold beverages and ice cream under the shade while they watch family, friends and the pros ride.

“This has been a true labor of love since day one and there are no words to express my excitement to finally bring my vision for Shark Wake Park to my hometown,” said Greg Norman Jr., owner and CEO of Shark Wake Park. “Our grand opening party will be the culmination of years of hard work and we encourage everyone to come out and celebrate with us and welcome Shark Wake Park to the community!”

For the young and young at heart, the Aqua Park is a massive inflatable floating playground featuring monkey bars, climbing towers, slides and more. The largest in Florida, the Aqua Park covers an acre of water, offering different challenge levels and is the ultimate family‐friendly water activity in West Palm Beach. Sessions last 45 minutes and children must be at least 7 years old, 45” tall and know how to swim. Reservations are highly recommended.

No gear, no experience, no problem at the Cable Wake Park as our system allows for the best of wakeboarding without the need for a boat. Shark Wake Park features two full‐size 5‐tower cable systems – one beginner and one advanced cable with UNIT Parktech features – allowing beginners to learn and pros to go as big as they like. Waterskiing, wake skating and knee boarding can also be done from the pulley system. A variety of daily passes are available as well as rental equipment and gear.

The park will also unveil its state‐of‐the‐art pro shop featuring floor‐to‐ceiling windows for optimal viewing pleasure as well as a variety of exclusive Shark Swag including hats, t‐shirts, towels, stickers as well as wakeboarding gear. The exterior of the pro shop features a one‐of‐a‐kind mural by local artist K.C. Scott.

There is no cost to enter the park and a viewing deck is available to those who want to hang out and enjoy the day. Starting June 16, Shark Wake Park is open daily for normal business from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

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About Shark Wake Park

Established in 2016 by Greg Norman Jr. – son of world golf hall‐of‐fame member Greg Norman – Shark Wake Park is committed to building and operating the world’s best cable wake parks and water parks for people of all ages. Shark Wake Park has two locations – 843 in North Myrtle Beach, SC and 561 in West Palm Beach, FL. Both parks feature 5‐ tower full‐size cable systems via Alta Cable Ski complete with UNIT Parktech features, the largest floating Aqua Parks on the east coast and the eponymous Shark Shacks. For more information:

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Posted: June 6, 2016
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