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Cable Parks 2010: The Projects Camp

July 13, 2010
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Orlando, Florida

theprojectspark.com

407-491-7312

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The Projects Camp is definitely a spot every rider needs to experience. This is where the Sesitec System 2.0 cable system got its origins in the United States, and it was the first straight-line cableway open to the public. The Projects Camp has three different Sesitec System 2.0s — each for different uses. With park features for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders, Sesitec System 2.0 is a great way to progress your on-water skills. The Projects Camp features perfectly built rails by Pat Panakos, and the newest of the three cable systems has no park features so you can learn those air tricks you want to land in a safer, more controlled environment.

Park Stats

Season: Year-round

Rates: $20 per hour

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Local Pros: It’s Orlando, almost all of the local pros ride at The Projects

Water Temperature: Board shorts all year

Pro Shop: Performance Ski & Surf

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Food: Only if you bring it, come on the right day and enjoy free Red Bulls

Closest Airport: Orlando International Airport

Local Knowledge: There’s everything from roller coasters to space shuttle launches. For night life, go to Orange Avenue in downtown Orlando; Cocoa Beach surfing is also really close

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Other On-Site Activities: Full rail park pulled by a PWC and The

Boarding School with Shaun Murray for instruction behind the boat

Accommodations: Yes, call 407-273-5920

Events: The Carnival, Toe Jam, collegiate tournaments, Girls Ride Days, Nike Free Ride Days

Obstacle-Free Setup

Towers: 2 (straight line)

Ability Level: Beginner to advanced

Speed: Variable

Cable 2

Towers: 2 (straight line)

Ability Level: Beginner to advanced

Speed: Variable

Obstacles: Ride-on incline with angles, double-sided kicker, ride-on flat rail

Cable 3

Towers: 2 (straight line)

Ability Level: Beginner to advanced

Speed: Variable

Obstacles: Ollie-on incline, ollie-on small table, ollie-on manual pad with flat bar

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