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Dive sites nearby

Timber Cove Boat Landing

This dive site is accessible via the Timber Cove Campground and boat landing where you will have to pay a day-use fee unless you are staying to camp.

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Stillwater Cove

Gentle beach access into a southwest facing cove. Usually protected from northern swells. 250-300 yards large rocks with wall type environment dropping +50 ft. Unloading parking located at entrance to cove, park in Stillwater Cove Campground Day Use Parking Area. Restrooms, picnic tables, BBQ are on beach.

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Gerstle Cove State Park

Gerstle Cove is located within the Salt Point State Park approximately 45 minutes from Jenner, CA. The cove is a rocky beach with a loading area right above. All cars must park in parking lot. Seasonally maintained bathroom and shower facilities are also right on site. State Park day-use fees apply to all visitors

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Doran Beach

An easy beach entry leads to large sandy bay. Along the south side of the beach is a rock jetty, which generally has a lot of fishermen. The area is generally protected by the headlands, so surge is usually minimal. Visibility often is not great. Currents are generally mild. Stay away from the boat channel.

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Anchor Bay

An easy, mostly protected, shore entry from a private campground brings you to the dive site. The north part of the bay is rocky and full of life. Decent underwater hunting can be found here.

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Van Damme State Park

A large (free) parking area leads directly to the beach. After a bit of a walk over the sand you have an easy shore entry. This site is almost always protected from the predominant swell direction. Straight out you can find a couple of pinnacles. To the north you can follow the wall of the headland.

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Bamboo Reef Pool

Heated, outdoor training pool at Bamboo Reef Dive Center in the SOMA district of San Francisco.One block from the Caltrain Station, and many other modes of transportation.584 4th St, San Francisco, CA 94107

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Sunrise Recreation Area

Just as you enter the gate of the Douglas blvd Folsom lake entrance your right you will find a building with a blue metal roof. As you head to the water you will notice that they have blocked off and area for swimming. The vis there is 5-10 feet and no current. Great place to do a gear check out.

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Fair Oaks Bridge

Visibility depends on the flow of the Folsom damn outlet. In the Summer when the river is flowing heavily, there is a significant current; however, this is a dive site not to miss. Depth range is 20-25 feet and vis from 10-15 feet. If you like drift diving this is the place to be.

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Black Miners Bar State Park

One of the more popular freshwater dive sites in California found in Lake Natoma. Not the best visibility but easy to access calm conditions, and a great spot for new divers to practice their skills.

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