Deca Clark Wakeboard Pampanga Guide

Looking for a new and exciting place to explore? Look no further than Deca Clark Wakeboard Pampanga!

Located in Angeles near Clark, Pampanga, this wakeboarding park is the perfect place to spend a day out with friends or family.

Whether you’re an experienced wakeboarder or want to give it a try for the first time, there’s something for everyone at Deca Clark Wakeboard Pampanga. Let’s take a look at how to get there and what you can do while you’re there.

Deca Clark Wake Park

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Deca Clark Wakeboard Park is the perfect place for people who want to hone their skills in wakeboarding. The park provides a safe and controlled environment for riders of all levels to practice their tricks and improve their technique.

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The park is equipped with a variety of obstacles, including ramps, rails, and platforms, that riders can use to test their abilities. The staff at Deca Clark Wakeboard Park is also highly experienced and passionate about wakeboarding, and they are always willing to offer advice and assistance to riders.

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There are also plenty of chairs and hammocks for spectators, making it the perfect place to watch the action. In addition to hosting regular events, Deca Clark Wakeboard Park also plays host to national and international competitions. This makes it a great destination for both riders and spectators alike.

Deca Clark Wakeboard Rates

  • Beginner and Main Lake Weekday Ride: Php500
  • Beginner and Main Lake Weekend/Holiday Ride: Php 600

Operating Hours

Monda-Sunday: 8am-6pm

Where to Eat

Deca Clark is a haven for foodies; inside Deca Clark Wakepark, you can find 2 restaurants to fulfill your gastronomic needs. But if you’re looking for other treats, you can go to Deca Clark Residences to buy groceries, visit Friendship for Korean delicacies, or go to Clark to get a taste of other international cuisines.

You may like to read: Restaurants in Clark -10 Best Restaurants In Clark Pampanga

Cuatro Mexican Street

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Wake Shack Resto Bar

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Where to Stay

If you’re looking for somewhere to stay after wakeboarding at Deca Clark wakeboard park, the resort offers lodging for Php 1000 per head.

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But there are plenty of other options if you want to explore Angeles or Clark. There are a number of hotels in Clark and guesthouses in Deca Clark Residences, as well as Airbnbs and hostels in Angeles.

Palo Verde Place

Palo Verde Resort

Deca Clark Wake Park is the perfect place to enjoy a day of wakeboarding. But when the sun goes down, you don’t have to go far to find a place to relax and unwind. Palo Verde Resort is just a short drive away, and it offers everything you need for a relaxing evening or weekend getaway.

The resort has its own private pool, and there are also plenty of comfortable rooms available if you want to stay the night. In addition, the resort has its own bar and restaurant, so you can enjoy a meal or a drink without having to leave the premises.

Directions

Technically, Deca Clark Wakeboard Pampanga is located in Brgy Margot, Angeles City, near Clark Friendship exit. It’s a 20 minutes drive from Angeles center and about two hours from Manila.

The best way to get to Deca Clark is by car/private transpo, as public transportation options are limited. The road to Margot now is well-paved so driving should be relatively straightforward, although it may be helpful to have navigation on your phone if you’re unfamiliar with the area.

Once you arrive at Deca Clark Wakeboard Pampanga, there is plenty of parking available, so finding a spot should not be an issue.

Public Transportation

If you’re traveling from Manila, alight any bus going to the North (Baguio, Pangasinan, and Tarlac). Most of these buses have stops at Dau or Angeles (Marquee Mall). But to be sure, ask the bus driver or ‘konduktor’.

Dau/Marquee – Deca Clark

From Dau, you can hire a trike, grab, or blue taxi to take you directly to Deca Clark. Fare ranges from Php 200-300, depending on your haggling skills and traffic. This is the best option if you’re saving time, have lots of gear, or traveling with friends.

If you’re traveling alone and want to save, ride a jeep going to Main Gate (main jeepney terminal near SM Clark), the fare is around Php12.

Then walk to the Friendship terminal on Fields ave. Ride the yellow jeep going to Friendship and get off at the last stop, near Jollibee Friendship. The fare is around Php12.

From here, I suggest that you hire a trike for Php50. That’s because Pampanga is a dessert and by now, I think you’re all hot and sweaty. Also, the red jeeps going to Sapang Bato have a limited schedule. And once you’ve reached the Deca gate, you still need to ride another trike (for a fare of Php 30).

If you have time to kill and the weather is favorable, of course, you can take the Sapang Bato jeepney, and instead of hiring a trike, you can walk to the park from the Deca Clark entrance.

Hone Your Wakeboarding Skills today

Deca Clark Wakeboard Pampanga is the perfect destination for anyone looking for an adventure! From wakeboarding and skateboarding and picnicking, this park has something for everyone—no matter their age or skill level.

So if you’re looking for an exciting day out with friends or family, head over to Deca Clarke Wakeboard Pampanga!

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