February 5, 2013: Woodland City Councils approves conditional use permit to Velocity Island Park
On behalf of the Velocity Island Park team thanks for all the support from our family, friends, Sesitec, Liquid Force, Hyperlite and the City of Woodland. The quest to build Velocity Island Park started back in Nov 2010 and we’ve pulled through after over 2 years of hard work. Shout out to Wake Island Watersports, Congrats for being the first full size Cable Park in California. VIP looks forward to providing a new source of recreational activity to the local community and expanding the sport of wakeboarding.
A couple preliminary renderings.
We were mentioned in the SacBee on December 24th, 2011.
We’ve submitted preliminary plans to the City of Woodland for Dubach Park. Dubach Park is actually outside the City limits, just north on East Street (Hwy 113). It was a softball park from the 1970′s until 2007 when it was decommissioned.
It is in a natural flood zone and is also used as a detention basin; a perfect spot for a cable park.
The first image is a layout on an aerial view. The second image is a line drawing on a survey. Notice the shape of the island in the middle of the line drawing. Click on either image for a larger view.
Aerial view of Dubach ParkWe are working with the City of Woodland to re-consider Dubach Park as a cable park location. Until 2007, it was used as a baseball park. It’s in a natural flood zone; a perfect spot for a cable park.
We met with the County of Yolo to discuss some possible locations. We’ll keep you posted.