Yes, you read that correctly – this will be our tenth season. We can’t believe it either. Where does the time go?
We are planning some special events for the upcoming season and we hope you will join us!
June 6 – 10 (Lake St. Louis Group)
June 13 – 17 (reserved for the Wells Family)
June 20 – 24 (age 11-13)
June 27 – July 1 (age 14-16)
July 11 – 15 (age 8-10)
July 18 – 22 (age 11-13)
July 25 – 29 (age 14-16)
Please note: The age groups listed are recommendations, not requirements.
Thank you Callen Morley for writing this! We love hearing from our students
My friend asked me and my older brother to go to Isaiah’s Run with him last summer. I am so glad that I did! I didn’t know how to wake board but wanted to learn. I first learned how to get up on a wake board (and also how to get up on skis) which was a challenge but the instructors were great! By the middle of the week, I couldn’t believe it but I could actually do some tricks on the wakeboard. These tricks include Wake 180s, Surface 180s, and Ollies. Even though I enjoyed wakeboarding more than skiing, I still learned how to ski on two skis. After a while, I was finally able to move across the wake on skis swiftly without falling. This summer I practiced my skills on the wake board and I hope next summerI am able to accomplish more. Maybe I can even learn how to slalom ski. I can’t wait to go back to Isaiah’s Run!
Thank you Aidan for writing this about your time with us! We love hearing from our students!
Last year at Isaiah’s Run was my first time going and it was such an amazing time. Before I went to camp I had only skid twice and had never wake boarded. My experiences skiing were not good and I hardly got up and when I did I would stay stationary inside the wake for the entire time, too scared to go outside of it. At Isaiah’s run I learned so much more. I learned how to get up on the wakeboard, Ollie, wake-180, and even almost landed a wake-to-wake. Although I loved wakeboarding my parents really wanted me to learn how to slalom ski and I am glad they did because it was one of the best experiences of my life. I went from hardly getting up on two skis and staying in the wake to getting up on one, much skinner ski, and beingable to do the advanced course. Camp was so much fun and a great learning experience. I can’t wait to come back this year!
September 12, 2013
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