DONNER SUMMIT, Calif. — Woodward Tahoe, a world-class action sports training center and youth camp which originally opened on June 9 for its inaugural summer of youth programming, is now preparing for a slightly different kind of grand opening. Beginning Aug. 17, Woodward Tahoe will officially open its doors for full public access and daily drop-in sessions.
Woodward Tahoe will be open seven days a week from Aug. 17, all the way through winter until April 14. Hours of operations will be 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. during the end of summer and into the fall season. Hours of operation will mirror Boreal’s 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. once the ski resort opens for winter business.
Woodward Tahoe is a 33,000 square foot indoor facility at the base of Boreal Mountain Resort offering multi-level Olympic trampolines, a Super Tramp, a concrete skate park for skateboarding and BMX biking, a pump track and skatelite ramps to foam pits for aerial ski, snowboard, BMX and skateboard training. In addition to opening Woodward Tahoe’s indoor Bunker facility, the Eastern Front Skatepark and world-class BMX dirt park, known as “The Trenches,” will also be available.
Accessing the Woodward Tahoe Bunker and outdoor campus is simple. Buy a Woodward Tahoe season pass, known as a Bunker Pass, for the current pass rate of $279 and enjoy eight months of access. A Bunker Pass provides seven day a week access to Woodward Tahoe for two-hour sessions A Bunker Pass includes a CORE Membership which enables you to access basic training sessions daily. Basic training is designed to teach you everything you need to know in order to safely use the facilities while also giving you a solid dose of skill development. Each zone in the Woodward Tahoe Bunker has specific training and members will need to be cleared in each zone prior to use.
If buying a season pass isn’t for you, another option is a CORE Membership for $49. A CORE Membership enables you to access all Woodward Tahoe facilities and participate in all requisite basic training sessions. These training sessions last approximately two hours and provide Woodward Tahoe users everything they will need to know in order to use the trampolines, foam pits and ramps in a safe and productive manner. Once a CORE Member, guests can return to Woodward Tahoe for only $25 per two-hour session. All members must have completed basic training for each zone prior to free practice. Open sessions for all users will last a minimum of two hours and we invite our members to stay and play longer pending capacity and volume.
If you’re just into skateboarding or BMX, a $15 limited skatepark ticket will be available with no CORE Membership required. If you decide you want to play in the rest of the facility you can upgrade for $34 to a CORE Membership, or for $264 to a Bunker Pass. Also, CORE members only pay $10 for skate or BMX only sessions.
Woodward Tahoe will also offer full-day camps for $149, a six-hour semi-private coaching session with a max ratio of four students to one coach. Half-day camps are just $89 and include a three-hour semi-private coaching session.
For more information, visit www.woodwardtahoe.com.