Action Awaits Cold Lake Side
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It’s incredible when you start to think about how many different activities involve water. That might be skiing or snowboarding in the winter, to paddleboarding, kayaking or flyboarding in the summer.
But what is flyboarding? If you guessed snowboarding and flying, you are right. But now the question is, are you ready to try it? Get yourself lake side to North East Alberta’s Cold Lake and uncover a whole bunch of action that awaits.
Wicked Watersports is only one of a string of businesses found lakeside, in the MD of Bonnyville’s Cold Lake. And it’s not just businesses like Wicked Watersports or Johnny Waffle’s that will keep you stoked, get in on the zip line, the splash park, full-service marina and lakeside volleyball and basketball courts. As you can see in the video above, those businesses and amenities like the MD of Bonnyville Campground right next door are here to keep you stoked however you want to #TakeItToTheLake.
For Calgary-based ZenSeekers’ video producer Vince Varga, this was his second visit to the region. “Being in the Bow Valley, Canmore or Banff, a lot of this is certainly different than what I am used to but it’s so peaceful, so wild here.
His adventures at Cold Lake “almost reminded me a little bit of Salmon Arm or Sicamous,” Varga says. “I guess you could say the area is like Alberta’s Okanagan, minus the mountains, but (with a) similar lakeside vibe. I find Cold Lake is almost upscale in a way with all the different shops and everything right on the water.”
Wicked Watersports, and all of the lakeside vibes are yours to enjoy through September.
Have a group and need an epic experience? Head to Cold Lake through September and book Wicked Watersports’ 10-person pontoon boat, just like these guys did for their bachelor party. And yes, some of you are welcome to hit the skies because Cowell is just itching to send you flying.
“We are the last Flyboard operation operating in Alberta, so people are welcome anytime to get out and try it,” he says.
Use the hashtag #LiveLifeOutside, Cowell and all his Cold Lake colleagues invite you to #TakeItToTheLake.