Cable Parks 2010: Texas MasterCraft Wake Park

Fort Worth, Texas



Texas MasterCraft has been a hub for wake sports in the Dallas/Ft. Worth scene for years. They have their own lake located on site, equipped with a Sesitec System 2.0, rails and easy access ramp for boat sets. Texas MasterCraft Wake Park opened after Jimmy Harvell witnessed the first Red Bull Wake Lab in Orlando, Florida, during Surf Expo in 2008. After seeing the two-tower cable action, he threw down and implemented his own two-tower setup.

Park Stats

Towers: 2 (straight line)

Ability Level: Beginner to advanced


Speed: Variable

Obstacles: 3 (kicker, wide up to flat, large curved wall ride)

Facts and Rates

Season: March to November


Rates: $25 for 30 minutes, $49 for freeride boat session, $175 for hour and a half boat session (coached), rental gear and summer camps (cable and boat) available as well

Local Pros: Joey Bradley, Gabe Lucas (who’s from Austin), and lots of local shredders

Water Temperature: Shorts in the summer, wetsuit in the offseason


Pro Shop: Yes

Food: No food on-site, except for campers. There’s several fast food and sit-down restaurants nearby, such as Chick-fil-A, BJ’s, and Risky’s BBQ

Closest Airport: Dallas/Fort Worth International

Local Knowledge: Don’t miss the Adrenelina flowrider, Six Flags amusement park and Hurricane Harbor

Other On-Site Activities: Winching, boat riding, standup paddle boarding, grilling, volleyball

Accommodations: Several nearby hotels offer discounts to Texas MasterCraft guests. Contact Texas MasterCraft for details

Events: Pro Tour, Kids Tournaments and several pro-am contests