Bayfield-area facility offers unique water adventures
Windmill Lake Wake and Eco Park, a newer attraction to Huron County’s tourism landscape, is offering more than just wakeboarding and paddling experiences with its annual Wind and Waves Outdoor Eco Festival.
Scheduled every August long weekend, the event features live music, vendors, attractions, beverage gardens and of course, wakeboarding and paddling.
The event is a three-day affair, running August 4-6 with on-site camping and bunkie rentals available.
Co-owner Jen Pate said the event includes live music on Saturday and a film screening on Sunday night with the professional wake board competition being held on Monday. Other levels of competition are held over the weekend including Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced and pro classes.
Pate said the event draws riders from all over the United States and Canada as well as from other countries.
While the event is sure to be a great experience, Windmill Lake offers a unique tourism experience all summer long with wakeboard and paddleboard instruction and experiences.
For more information, visit Windmill Lake Wake and Eco Park on Facebook or https://www.windmill-lake.ca/