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Texas Dive Sites

288 Lakes


Certified divers, with proof of certification, are welcome anytime during business hours without making a reservation. The Spring/ aquifer fed water at 288 Lake is naturally filtered; having travelled through many layers of sandstone and sand layers. Visibility can range from 4 – 25 feet.



Amistad's exceptionally clear water makes it an excellent place for scuba diving. A dive cove is located at Diablo East. Pick up a SCUBA Diving Brochure at the visitor center. Use your dive flag, know your safe limits and never dive alone. Don't try scuba diving without training

Athens Scuba PArk


Athens Scuba Park is your ultimate diving destination! An all-inclusive dive facility that provides sales, service, classes and travel! ​With over 35 sunken wrecks and 11 diving docks around the lake, we invite you to come explore and enjoy!

Balmorhea State Park ( Closed for until 3/19)


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.

Blue Lagoon


Located 70 miles north of Houston, Tx on I-45,  an adventure of a lifetime is waiting for you at the Blue Lagoon in Huntsville, Tx. Divers wanting a place to go and people to meet, you have found the premier dive facility in the state of Texas.

Clear Springs Scuba Park


Our Park officially opened June 15, 2001 and we have come a long way since that time.  We offer a 22 acre spring-fed lake that has some of the most beautiful and natural habitat ever seen in a fresh water Texas lake.  

Comal River


The Comal River is the best Drift Dive in Texas!

Comal River in New Braunfels: at 2.5 miles long it is the shortest river in the world. The river starts and ends in New Braunfels. They are a lot of tubers in the summer time.

There are 3 points of entrance:
1. Landa R/V park (about a 1 ½ to 2 hour drift dive).
2. Hinman Island.
3. Lincoln-Garden Street Bridge, the last public exit.

You can go down the tube chute but I wouldn’t recommend it with scuba gear. Instead, try it with just your wetsuit and no other gear (anything not secured really well may be lost due to the force of the water at the end of the tube chute).

Many divers have found money, rings, keys, sunglasses, wallets, shoes, etc. in the Comal River, due to all the tubers.

Flower Gardens Banks


A Premier Texas dive sites 

It is the only sanctuary site located in the Gulf of Mexico. 

Situated 70 to 115 miles off the coasts of Texas and Louisiana, the Flower Garden Banks sanctuary includes underwater communities that rise from the depths of the Gulf of Mexico atop underwater mountains called salt domes.

Joe's Place


We have a perfect cove for diving including dive markers, a large diving / training platform located in 25 feet of water, and underwater sites that have been mapped and tagged. Dive training and rental equipment is available through Dive World Scuba Center in San Antonio. Information can be obtained by calling (210) 734-5526. Entry and vehicle fees apply.

Spring Lake (AKA: My Office)


Spring Lake: Unique in the world.

At the headwaters of the San Marcos River, more than 200 artesian springs bubble up to form Spring Lake. Here human history stretches back more than 12,000 years to the last ice age and natural history even further. Spring Lake is a jewel for divers.

Spring Lake at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment is home to:

  • crystal-clear waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round. 

Texas Clipper


The Texas Clipper is a multilevel dive, meaning experienced, open-water certified divers can explore the A deck and the Promenade at 62 to 80 feet. Penetration divers, experienced with overhead environments, can tackle interior spaces to depths from 70 feet to over 110 feet. Meanwhile, because much of the wreck is more than 60 feet above the bottom it may be explored by entry level divers. We recommend entry level divers consider professionally guided dives.

Windy Point Park


Windy Point Park is one of the top diving “hot spots” in the Central Texas area. It has been recognized by various divers and instructors from all over the state. Locally, several Fire Rescue and Underwater Rescue Operations use Windy Point Park as a training ground to help save lives.