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Greenbo Lake State Resort Park - Greenup KY

Greenbo Lake State Resort Park is a shore accessible fresh water dive site, located at 965 Lodge Rd, Greenup, KY 41144. The maximum depth is 21-25ft/6-8m.

Greenbo Lake State Resort Park
965 Lodge Rd.
Greenup, KY 41144
Phone: (606) 473-7324
Park Manager: Cary Lyle

I just saw this in the news. Sorry I haven’t been there nor do I know anything about the facilities. The diving fee is $12. It stated you had to provide your own dive flag and are required to register at the site. Please feel free to change the category. It’s just an FYI.....anybody been there yet? Oceanfloor

The new 10-acre scuba refuge will allow divers to use the lake April through October and other designated times from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Divers are required to present their open water certification or have an instructor with them that has an approved certification. Other types of accepted certifications would include Advanced and Rescue Diver. Divers are also required to have a dive buddy and display his or her own diver-down flags.

Water depth averages 25 feet. Daily fee of $12.

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Mullannix930 - 7/19/2015 9:42 AM
The park doesn’t have instructors. It is a dive area only. The friends group (nonprofit that is managing the in water work and improvement) is working to be able to offer classes in the future, but not at this time.
fighterthiefmage - 7/19/2015 6:34 AM
I didn’t see anything about courses.
Mullannix930 - 7/19/2015 4:43 AM
What info do you want?
fighterthiefmage - 7/15/2015 9:47 PM
I took a quick look at this a few weeks ago. There is little info.
Mullannix930 - 6/29/2015 3:00 PM
I am the head Volunteer diver for the SCUBA Refuge at Greenbo Lake. The max depth is 33’ but there are rumors of a 40’ hole that hasn’t been confirmed yet. Viz depends on rain etc (it is a stream fed lake) but gets up to about 25-30 feet in late summer. There is one platform and another going in. There is also a nav and buoyancy obstacle course.