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Hydrous Wake Park
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Today 12:00 – 7:00 pm
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580 N Cedar Dr Allen, TX 75002
580 N Cedar DrUSTXAllen75002
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Today 12:00 – 7:00 pm
Monday 2:00 – 7:00 pmTuesday 2:00 – 7:00 pmWednesday 2:00 – 7:00 pmThursday 2:00 – 7:00 pmFriday 2:00 – 7:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 7:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 7:00 pm
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Wakeboarding center with multiple cable routes plus regular classes & special events.- Google
People talk about cable system, summer camps, waterskiing and kneeboard
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George Derrick
reviewed a month ago
I am 48 years old and had never been wakeboarding (or waterskiing for that matter) until I first went to Hydrous two years ago. I had very limited balance sport experience and absolutely no talent for this type of activity. I have been to the Allen location over 80 times now and this is the FUNNEST thing I have ever done! Have a great time and get an awesome workout. I am not a big risk taker and the great thing is that this can be done safely if you are reasonably sane. I suspect that the bad reviews on here are by people who complain about everything, because Hydrous Allen is spectacular. One bit of advice though, check facebook for hours before coming out.
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Jeremy Motsinger
reviewed 7 months ago
Ever since we figured out the Little Elm location was going to be a wakeboard park, our two girls couldn't wait to try it out. Since it opened a while back our girls have been about 5 times and beg to go all the time now. One time was with the girls soccer team and everyone had a blast (10 yr old girls and we used the grand opening birthday special to get them all in for $100 which was basically $10 each for two hours). We have started using Hydrous as an incentive for doing chores, getting good grades, etc... Our girls are 8 and 10 yrs old.
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Ricky Tang
reviewed 7 months ago
Its 2:35 pm banner says 2.00 and allen park still closed, this is what happens when you leave a bunch of kids run the store. Ive been in little elm park is good but staff is so slow sometimes there's 2 people riding and like a line of 20, operators are more interested in having a good time chatting than actually working, hope owners do something. Finally got to ride at 2.43 pm here in allen, i like little elm better than here tho, but I think its better and cheaper, if I rent a boat.
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Greg Neyland
reviewed 8 months ago
I want to note that I am referring to the new Little Elm location. L. E. does not have their own page. Took my 9 year to Hydrous in Little Elm today, hoping that he would get the love of the water sport. Wrong!! We chose to go to the beginner pond for some up close instructions. I ended up telling him what to do. The teenager in charge of the pond, Chase, was more interested in the pretty assistant he had. He kept his eyes on her more than the kids on the water. One attempt to get up went horrible, cause while he was sitting ready to go, Chase, pulled the rope backwards at full speed and yanked him out of the water the wrong way. Everyone on the shore knew it hurt cause we all could hear him grown. The instructor, Chase, also called another child out to his friends saying, Oh great that kid is here, he sucks, we're going to be here all day. Definitely was not a great experience for my son, and will not be back to this location. Bummer, it's only 3 minutes from my house
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reviewed 8 months ago
the owners of these parks are liars. they run a terrible business and completely rip you off in every way possible. there establishments are not in any way up to health code, as well as the cable constantly breaks. they cut corners building the little elm location and you can defiantly tell. they have no rails, terrible staff, a long wait, and their water literally looks like crap.(several people have gotten staff, and the owner does nothing about it.) if you cant to really see what a well run cable park is like id check out bsr. not only is it cheaper, but it is a quality park, with quality staff, quality rails, and a clean environment.
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Rocke feller
reviewed 10 months ago
There are a lot of things not being run by management well at this facility. First, there is no place to store your belongings other than on a patio or bench. Nothing is secure. Bathrooms are a walk from where you will be wakeboarding just FYI. Are you a beginner??? You probably will not even use a full hour as exhaustion takes over. One woman, called the cable Nazi, is very rude, abrasive, aggressive, and yells at the customers..especially does not appear to tolerate beginners. Speaking of beginners, there is no system for beginners there other than being in the kiddie pool which can be a very long wait as they do not like opening up other sections for beginners. You pay for an hour and might wait up to 20 min for your turn. There is no separation of adults and small children. Hopefully, you are a quick learner because you only get a couple of trys before waiting again. In the large pool, beginners struggle as the rope is not slowed down and falling repeatedly upon launch is inevitable. It is painful to watch actually... On the other hand, advanced people want the cable sped up to do their tricks. You should know that once you fall off your wakeboard, you are forced to swim to the edge of the lake to hopefully avoid being hit by someone else. Once there, you will step on rocks with your bare feet and walk back towing your wakeboard in hand which could be a long distance. Furthermore, their first aid kits are virtually depleted except for the occasional band-aid, and they give you a pencil to fill out accident reports which is not even legal. I find the whole process exasperating and not worth what you pay.
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