Black Pearl Cove

This site is on Lake Alan Henry in Justiceburg, TX. It requires a boat to get to and most will need a 5mm or 7mm wet suit or dry suit below the thermocline.

There are numerous fish in Lake Alan Henry and fishing boats may be in the cove if you do not arrive early, so take caution and put up a dive flag.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 1 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Night Dive
  • Wreck Dive
  • Altitude Diving
  • Lake

Temperature & Visibility

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Lake Alan Henry is a reservoir situated in the upper Brazos River Basin in Texas, USA. Created by the construction of the John T. Montford Dam in 1993, it is operated and used as a future tertiary water supply by the city of Lubbock, Texas and serves as a recreational area for the region of West Texas.

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Valhalla Missile Silo

This dive site is privately owned and rented out to official dive groups from their website. Just google it. Suggest good physical condition as there are a lot of steps down.

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Possum Kingdom State Park

Possum Kingdom State Park is located on Possum Kingdom Lake in Palo Pinto County, Texas, USA, that was built in the 1940s by the Civilian Conservation Corps and lies in the Palo Pinto Mountains and Brazos River Valley of Texas.

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Lake Elmer Thomas Dam

This dive site, along with the Medicine Park Aquarium and Nature Center, is a good site to learn about and encounter the freshwater marine life of SW Oklahoma. See why for years divers wanting to learn more about protecting natural habitats for freshwater life have come here to dive.

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Bottomless Lakes Park

Bottomless Lakes State Park is located in the USA state of New Mexico, located along the Pecos River, about 15 miles southeast of Roswell. Established in 1933, it was the first state park in New Mexico.

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CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR 2020. Dive into the crystal-clear water of the world’s largest spring-fed swimming pool. Swim, scuba dive, or just relax under the trees at this historic park in arid West Texas.

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Amistad National Recreation Area

An oasis in the desert, Amistad National Recreation Area consists of the US portion of the International Amistad Reservoir. Amistad, whose name comes from the Spanish word meaning friendship, is best known for excellent water-based recreation, camping, hiking, rock art viewing, and its rich cultural history.

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Perch Lake belongs to the City of Santa Rosa, NM park services and requires a permit ($20) from the city to dive. While “The Blue Hole“ sees more divers due to its depth and great visibility, Perch Lake offers unique training and experience with limited visibility. You can dive a wreck (plane) and more.

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This dive site is owned by the City of Santa Rosa and requires a dive permit ($20) obtained on site, In the summer parking is $10 per vehicle. The maximum depth is 81 feet and it is a altitude dive. The water is 63-64 degrees year around so a 7mm is highly recommended but you can manage with a 5mm.

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Stillhouse Hallow Lake

This freshwater lake is a popular site for locals. Visibility is usually 5-15 feet with warmer water during the summer months. There is a dive shop at the marina on the NE side of the lake making air fills convenient.

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