Diving at White Star Quarry is considered to be the best inland diving that Northern Ohio has to offer.
White Star Quarry is a 15 acre man made lake with an average depth of 40’ with the center of the quarry approaching 50 Feet. There are two “holes,” one near the wall close to the main diving entrance and the other at the bottom of a stone crusher that are 60’ and 80’ respectively
Dutch Springs is a 50-acre lake, with attractions at depths up to 100 feet. It is spring-fed from an underground aquifer that filters through limestone to provide excellent visibility.
Explore underwater platforms, submerged vehicles, aircraft and other unusual sites. Enjoy a variety of interesting fish and aquatic life, including Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass, Bluegills, Palomino Trout, Koi, Yellow Perch and Goldfish.
The Great Lakes are home to some of the best freshwater diving in the world. The frigid freshwater has created a veritable time capsule of historical objects, and divers are in for an exciting learning experience when they visit any of the sites found within.
The Great Lakes have played host to commercial shipping for more than 400 years; many vessels have met misfortune throughout this time, and a great deal are perfectly preserved for exploration by divers. The water is clear year round, and in the summer the temperatures can be quite a bit warmer than those of winter.
Blue Hole is a small private quarry best known as the home of Laurel Divers. it has great visibility and a ton of local vegetation and fish. A great spot for a local dive!
Strawberry Fields Quarry is a favorite location for training of all kinds. There are 3 sites, each with a set of training platforms and assorted sunken treasures.