What is There to See Underwater? 

If you want to look inside one of the boats we have sunk here I bet you’ll even find the kitchen sink while you’re here. With over 40 attractions including the yacht wreck, RV, Scuba Bus, UFO (Underwater Floating Object) and other attractions. Here are just a few of the attractions that we have for divers to enjoy. A complete list will be available soon.

Scuba Bus– Situated in the shallow area of the quarry, the scuba bus served several functions. It is a great area to view some of our larger bass, can also be used for wreck penetration training for certification, or the top of the bus can be used as a platform for classes. However we recommend using one of our training platforms for that. The Scuba Bus is located in 20ft. of water and is #1 on our site map.

Red Boat– This is just a small run about boat that was sunk to serve as a fish habitat. Divers may see several fish around this site at times. It also serves as a navigation point for divers who are refreshing or completing their navigation skills. The Red Boat is located in 20ft. of water and is #2 on our site map.

O/W Training Platform #1– This platform is available for classes to use in order to conduct student skill check out dives. These platforms help keep student divers off the silt bottom to improve visibility for everyone diving. This platform is located in 20ft. of water and is #3 on our site map.

Black Boat– This is just a small run about boat that was sunk to serve as a fish habitat. Divers may see several fish around this site at times. It also serves as a navigation point for divers who are refreshing or completing their navigation skills. The Black Boat is located in 20ft. of water and is #4 on our site map.

Implement Tire– This large tire left by the quarry company is just one of several items that were left behind before the quarry flooded. It may have been from an old loader or some type of equipment. It is large enough to serve as a swim through though we advise against it unless you are properly trained. The Implement Tire is located in 20ft. of water and is #5 on our site map.

The Tan Van– Also known as the shallow van it an awesome site situated just a few feet from our giant double deck platform. It is also one of the more centralized sites in the quarry. The doors on the side and back are open for easy swim through. It’s a great area to see some of the larger bass population. It can also be easily identified because of the bird bath sitting on the roof of it. The Tan Van is located in 20ft. of water and is indicated as #6 on our site map.

The Bath Tub– What better place to rinse your equipment than a bath tub. We have you covered when it comes to the tub. This attraction was sunk as a joke about how the quarry filled up so fast, someone left the tub running. In all reality though it serves as another navigation point for divers to use as they enjoy their dive. The Bath Tub is located in 20ft. of water and is indicated as #7 on our site map.

O/W Training Platform #2– This platform is available for classes to use in order to conduct student skill check out dives. These platforms help keep student divers off the silt bottom to improve visibility for everyone diving. This platform is located in 20ft. of water and is #8 on our site map.

1941 Dodge Fire Truck– The fire truck if the very first dive attraction that was sank for divers to enjoy. Divers have enjoyed this attraction for the last 18 years. It looks like an old truck, but to divers, it is a great wreck site to dive on. This attraction is located in approx. 40ft. of water on the old east ramp. It is # 9 on our site map.

O/W Training Platform #3– This platform is available for classes to use in order to conduct student skill check out dives. These platforms help keep student divers off the silt bottom to improve visibility for everyone diving. This platform is located in 18ft. of water and is #10 on our site map.

Wood Cabin Cruiser– Another one of our wreck sites, the cabin cruiser is a 30 ft. long boat that can be penetrated for training in wreck diving classes. This was a primary wreck training site until the sinking of our larger yacht wreck. Still serves as a training site for instructors and divers. This wreck is located in 45ft. of water and is #11 on our site map.

Television– Just lay back and enjoy the only channel this TV has to offer, the scuba channel. This is an old console television that has also been sunk as a running joke about watching TV while you dive. Well like we said only one channel and you are the star. The TV is 53ft. deep and is #12 on our site map.

The White Van– Also known as the deep van, this sunken attraction is situated just past the second thermocline during the summer time. Another training wreck which is designated for more of the advanced level due to its depth. It is just outside the O/W diver range sitting at 65ft. of water. It is designated on our site map as #13.

The Crusher Hopper– another piece of quarry history is laying below the calm waters. The Crusher Hopper which was used during the operation of the quarry, now serves as a deep swim thru for advanced divers. This is a large box shaped hopper which is laying on its side, making it an easy swim thru. Situated in 74ft. of water, the Crusher Hopper is #14 on out site map.

Advanced Training Platform– Instructor always like to conduct classes on training platforms. For this reason, we placed one in deeper water so that instructors can conduct Advanced Open Water/Deep skill check offs. This platform meets deep water requirements by most every recreational training agency. This platform is sitting in 96ft. of water and is #15 on the site map.

Deep Blue Boat– Rather you are doing Advanced Open Water, or just doing a deep dive, the blue boat is one of the deeper attractions at the quarry. A small run about boat serves as a deep navigation point for divers to find. It is located in 100ft. of water and is #16 on the map.

The Little Forest– This is one of the natural attractions here at the quarry. A beautiful dive and usually undisturbed area of the quarry, the Little Forest is a ledge where several small trees were growing before the water level over took them. Now just a reminder of what they used to be with the limbs covered in algae instead of leaves. The Little Forest is sitting in 64ft. of water and is #17 on the map.