With Terminus Wake Park centrally located in an area storied in Georgia wakeboarding, combined with Terminus GM Chase Andrews' shared vision for grassroots wakeboarding, it is a no-brainer to start and finish the series in Emerson, GA.
Stop Two travels just 30 minutes south of Atlanta for an all-new location: Lake Spivey! One of the "South-Side's"best-kept secrets, Lake Spivey is sure to impress. A private residential lake, Lake Spivey is a tight-knit community excited to share their backyard.
Stop 3 of the Georgia Wake Series finds itself returning to a crowd favorite: the Olympic Rowing Venue at Lake Lanier! With the Olympic Rowing Venue located at the northern-most section of the 38,000-acre lake, conditions are the best you'll find on Georgia's largest body of water.
WakeFest's legacy continues into 2018. A unique charity event, having raised over $100,000 in its short history to help families in need, WakeFest is much more than a wakeboard tournament.
Stop 5 and 6 is the second weekender, this time with back to back events at Valdosta Wake Compound. Valdosta Wake Compound is a key fixture in the progression of the sport, with pro riders and photographers constantly revolving through its doors.
The Sixth stop is extra special in that it is an additional event for 2018, moving the series from 7 to 8 total events. Now with four boat events and four cable events, the Georgia Wake Series is the largest, most complete, and most balanced grassroots series in the sport.
With protected conditions, deep water, a large beach area for swimming and spectating, and the perfectly sculpted wakes of the MasterCraft XStar, Lake Acworth at Cauble Park is the perfect conclusion to the boat portion of the Georgia Wake Series.
A location with all the amenities needed for a proper send off and just a few miles from Stop Seven's Lake Acworth, Terminus Wake Park will proudly host the conclusion of the 2018 Georgia Wake Series!