Lake Limerick has a water ski slalom course. The Association has permitted the placement of the Course for our member (and guest) enjoyment.
A group of Association members have become loosely known as the Lake Limerick Water Ski Club, with their stated purpose “to foster and encourage the sport of water skiing”.
Skiing the slalom course is fun and challenging and if there is any interest, please introduce yourself to the other skiers on the lake. You’ll find them very friendly and willing to talk about course usage. If you do not water ski, but are interested in learning, talk to the “locals” to find out whom you can buddy-up with to learn how.
Water ski competitions can occur twice a year (depending on the weather) during “Lake Limerick Daze” and “The End of Summer Bash”. See the Activities and Events link for more information on these Association festivals.
Practicing on the slalom course can also occur outside of normal skiing hours but only as outlined on the Lake Usage Guidelines prior to the documented competition events.
For safety reasons it is very important to understand the customs and courtesies of using the slalom course prior to attempting to use it. So talk to an existing slalom course user prior to use.
Note that course usage during normal hours of operation should be avoided if other vessels are on the lake and actively engaged in high speed boating activities.