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Dive sites nearby

Joe’s Place Marina & Resort

This dive site has camping & RV sites. The office building is right next to the designated scuba area. The building has a Party Room that can be rented. Phone 830-612-3775 Website: www:joesmarina.com Availability is Wednesday through Sunday, 8 AM to Dusk. Call to verify rates.

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Canyon Lake, Canyon Lake Park, Texas

Canyon Park at Canyon Lake features the traditional Canyon Lake underwater terrain to include steady slopes and small drop offs. The bottom is a silty consistency, creating potential visibility issues if kicked up. In addition, termoclines are apparent at roughly 30’/9m increments.

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North Park, Canyon Lake

Campsites for weekend use only. Not open during the week. Open 1 April to 30 Sept. Large Outhouse style Toilets, NO Showers.

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Comal River, Landa Park, New Braunfels, Texas

The Comal River, at only 2.5 miles, is one of the shortest rivers in the US. It is spring fed from the Edwards Aquifer and feeds into the Guadalupe River. Diving and swimming is not allowed in Landa Lake and the Comal River immediately below the lake because of the presence of the endangered species.

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Upper Comal River

The Comal River, one of the shortest rivers in the US, is spring fed from the Edwards Aquifer and flows 2.5 miles through the City of New Braunfels, eventually merging with the Guadalupe River. Diving on the Comal River begins just down river from the Wurstfest Grounds and continues to just before the Tube Chute.

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Lower Comal River

Located a few dams down from the Upper Comal River, the Lower Comal has a faster current and slightly deeper depths along the river bends. Put in location is underneath the Garden St. bridge, and the river will bend twice before getting out at the last public exit (before the Comal hits the Guadalupe River).

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Aquarena Springs / Spring Lake

The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, formerly known as Aquarena Springs, has been a local favorite for outdoor and water recreation. Due to protected and endangered species, water access is limited to those in scuba classes or volunteer divers who have completed the Center’s Volunteer Diving Program.

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Mansfield Dam Park

Located on Lake Travis, this area is a designated scuba park, allowing overnight camping for dive groups only. This is an easy beach entry site. There are stairs if the water is high enough. Max depth 200+ feet.

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Windy Point Park

Deep diving off the wall. Several platforms and things to dive on and around. First come first serve on the camping - NO reservations. NO Glass Containers or Firearms. Phone # 512-266-3337 Website: windypointpark.com Check website for current fees.

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Lake Travis, Texas

The lake is 63.75 miles long, has over 271 miles of shoreline and its maximum width is 4.5 miles. The lake covers 18,929 acres. As the “Crown Jewel” of the Central Texas Highland Lakes, Lake Travis is THE most visited freshwater recreational vacation destination in the state.

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