Originally scheduled to open this summer, the park will encompass more than 17 acres and include three lakes with cable systems, Wake Park Atlanta said in a January press release.
But project partner Austin Singleton told the newspaper plans for a bigger wakeboard park and a redesign slowed progress, although work on the development is moving forward.
Following a nationwide contest, officials announced in March the park's official name: Terminus Wake Park.
While LakePoint—a 1,400-acre development to include a 300-acre sports complex for baseball, lacrosse and soccer tournaments; business, retail and entertainment offerings; and recreation and other areas—is set to be a game changer for Bartow County and beyond, Terminus' custom obstacles will be a first of a kind.
The park’s signature will be an elaborate series of rails and obstacles, many of which are not available in the United States.