glass wa·ter   [glahs]   [wot-er]

noun: Last Chance Lakes

The Lakes

Last Chance Lakes

is a private, gated community centered around two man-made sports lakes, specifically engineered to remain smooth even when Mother Nature may have other intentions. Approximately 300 trees planted around the shorelines will provide a wind barrier. In addition, the lakes are purposely oriented perpendicular to the prevailing Southern wind. This orientation greatly reduces the wind’s affect on the water’s surface.

The lakes are engineered

and constructed to compensate for boat generated water disturbance. The lake's 25 acres of water is divided by a peninsula to allow two boats to run simultaneously without boat wake interference. Boat wakes disappear against the 16:1 sloped shorelines, providing smooth water every pass.

What do you get when you add it all up?

GLASS WATER most every time you get behind the boat. Whether you are running the slalom course or just going for a casual cruise, there is nothing quite like the feeling of slicing through buttery smooth glass. The only downside is that you will no longer be able to blame your skiing performance on “rough water” again!