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Gilboa Quarry

WELCOME TO GILBOA QUARRY – the premier Midwest destination for divers of all levels, freedivers, and snorkelers. Boasting spring fed clear waters, a wide variety of fishes, and a host of underwater attractions – Gilboa Quarry has been serving the SCUBA diving community for over 30 years.

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France Park

France Park serves scuba divers, technical divers, snorkelers, and mermaids! Air fills, rental gear, and scuba tank visual inspections are available. There is a concession stand next door from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Swimming, hiking, and camping are also available on the property.

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Tradewind (Wreck)

Thermocline dive. She sits upright in 120’ of water. There is normally very good visibility at this site, in the range of 30-70’, with bottom temperatures in the low to mid 40’s.

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Indiana Wreck

The Indiana lies upright in 90 feet of water, with her stone cargo above and below decks, just as it was loaded. Her masts are down and her bow broken. Her anchors can be found among the bow wreckage.

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Innerkip Quarry

This is a great spot for spring & early summer diving. There are lots of sunken artifacts to find like planes, boats, buses, cars, and a sunken mine shaft. Visibility dramatically reduces toward the fall and winter. You can pay the $12 day use fee or stay the whole weekend at the camp ground on site.

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Dean Richmond wreck

She lies today in 115’ of water off North East , PA. The ship is inverted but intact except for a hole used by the salvors for penetration. One of the propellers remains, the other has been removed.

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John J Boland

Thermocline Dive. Thermocline is typically at 55’. She’s lying on her starboard side in 130 feet of water, rising 40 feet of the bottom. Bring dive lights.

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Betty Hedger

The remains of the Betty Hedger lie in 115’ of water, with mounds of sulfur cargo still in place. Much of the decking and sides are gone, leaving the massive framing structure exposed. There is a small pilothouse complete with portholes, a small winch, an anchor and other items visible.

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Dolime/Glenchristie Quarry

This is the old Dolime quarry or also now known as the Glenchristie quarry and is located just outside of Toronto, Canada. The quarry sits at around 30 - 40 ft deep and the deeper section towards the back reaches just to about 90 ft. There is limited parking and this is a popular training site, so get there early!

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THE STRAITS OF MACKINAC

The 196-foot/60m-long steel car and passenger ferry The Straits of Mackinac, was scuttled in 78 feet/24m of water, April 10, 2003. The ship is located approximately 10 miles north of Navy Pier.

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