The watersports industry refers to the type of recreational watersports facility Thrill Village will be opening as a Cable Park.


Cable Parks provide individuals of various ages and skill levels convenient, exciting, and unique access to recreational watersports by enabling riders to waterski, wakeboard, kneeboard, and wakeskate on water without creating the noise, air, and water pollution generated when using a boat.


Through a private stock offering, Thrill Village is raising $2.5 million to open the premier Cable Park in the Midwest and United States with the largest lakes, longest cable system, and never before seen features while maintaining a safe, clean, controlled, and professionally operated environment.


Thrill Village is devoted to providing beginner to professional riders a custom-designed Cable Park for individuals, parties, group meetings, corporate events, teambuilding activities, and community service organizations to enjoy.  Thrill Village's will operate similar to golf courses and ski resorts.


Outside, Thrill Village will have two custom-designed lakes (one with floating features and one without floating features), patio seating, picnic areas, spectator viewing areas, storage lockers, and showers.  Additionally, Thrill Village will provide free use of sand volleyball, tetherball, bocceball, and cornhole courts for everyone's entertainment.


Inside, Thrill Village will have an air-conditioned retail store, rental area, offices, storeroom, restrooms, and a large lounge providing a panoramic view of the lakes where family, friends, and spectators can relax, watch television, access free Internet, and socialize while watching everyone enjoy the premier services Thrill Village offers. 


The retail and rental stores will carry a wide-range of watersports products from select manufacturers featuring apparel, sunglasses, wakeboards, waterskis, kneeboards, wakeskates, bindings, helmets, wet and dry suits, gloves, lifejackets, nutritional snacks, foods, non-alcoholic beverages, and related items.