Scotland’s first-ever wakeboarding park cheers tenth anniversary after tripling in size

Scotland’s first-ever wakeboarding park is celebrating its tenth anniversary after tripling in size and recording its busiest ever summer.

Some of the workers at Foxlake Adventures, which operates as a social enterprise and is celebrating its tenth anniversary.
Some of the workers at Foxlake Adventures, which operates as a social enterprise and is celebrating its tenth anniversary.

Foxlake Adventures in Dunbar, East Lothian, now encompasses the UK’s first above-water ropes assault course, FoxFall, Ringo Rides, Segways, zip-trails and an adventure park.

The five-star VisitScotland adventure hub has welcomed more than 500,000 visitors since it launched in 2012 and created some 200 local full and part-time jobs.

Situated on the edge of the John Muir Way and next to Belhaven beach, Foxlake Adventures, which operates as a social enterprise, started off with one cable wakeboarding run and a cafe, and has continued to expand each year.

Director James Barbour said: “We’re delighted to be celebrating our 10th anniversary. We thought the best way for us to celebrate is by hosting a range of action-packed activities throughout the summer which we’re hoping people will come along to and help us to mark this fantastic milestone.”

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