|B & B Diving
- Dive retailer and lake near New Castle
|Bainbridge Dive Shop's
Quarry- A commercially operated quarry near Harrisburg.
Hole Quarry - Privately owned, permit required, see
River Lake - Limited visibility due to discharges form inactive
|Conneaut Lake - depths to 50 ft - near Meadville
Creek Lake - Only 30 miles from Pittsburgh
- Owned & operated by Scott's
Springs - Features a 47 acre freshwater lake which has been set
up specifically for SCUBA diving with underwater platforms, submerged
vehicles, aircraft, and other sights to see
|DiNardo's Quarry - Just north of I-80
Branch Clarion River Lake - A cold deep lake (up to 140 feet)
with very limited visibility
Creek State Park- Diving only permitted in Hopewell Lake.
Pinchot State Park - Maximum depth of 30 feet at the dam
Gultch - Enjoy a facility designed exclusively to meet the needs
of both certified divers and new scuba students.
|Justus Lake -
State Park - Acid mine drainage limits the quality in the stream
below the breast of the dam.
Dam / Allegheny Resevior - Can reach depths of 130 feet or more
during the summer months.
Lake - The average depth of the lake is about 25 feet.
Lake State Park - Maximum depth is 36 feet at the dam.
Lake - Maximum depth is about 49 feet
Creek Lake - Maximum depth is about 90 feet.
Creek State Park - Maximum depth is 73 feet.
K. Goddard State Park - Lake Wilhelm maximum depth is 24 feet
at the dam.
Lake State Park - The maximum depth of the lake is 25 feet.
State Park - Maximum depth of 90 feet.
Grove Furnace State Park - Diving is only permitted in Fuller
Isle State Park - Located on a peninsula approximately 3,200 acres
in area which juts eleven kilometers (7 mi.) into Lake Erie
Gallitzin State Park - Maximum depth of 43 feet at the dam.
Lake - The depths range from 15 to 30 feet.
Creek State Park - Special Permission is required before diving
Raccoon Creek Lake.
Lake - Dry Suits, Decompression, and the use of Enriched Air Nitrox
and Trimix are commonly used.
Glen State Park - The average depth of the Lake Jean is about
6-8 feet, maximum depth is 12 feet
State Park - Maximum of 30 feet at the dam..
River Lake - Turbidity levels at Shenango River Lake are high
and underwater visibility is not good.
State Park - A State Park with very shallow depths - 6
Strawberry Lake -
us to dive this private gated lake near Slippery Rock
Lake - The average depth of the lake is about 20 feet and the
maximum depth is about 40 feet.
State Park - Maximum depth is 60 feet at the dam.
Springs - Lots to see with underwater visibility usually 30 -
Creek Lake - The lake is small and shallow with an average depth
of less than 30 feet.
Creek State Park - The depths are as low as 5 feet, with a maximum
of 30 feet at the dam.
Reservior - The average depth of the lake is about 54 feet and
the maximum depth is about 121 feet.