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West Virginia Local Scuba Diving Information
Photos in West Virginia
Summersville Lake, WV
Summersville Lake, WV
Summersville Lake, WV
Long Point- Summersville Lake, WV
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Dive Sites in West Virginia
Photo Comment
IgoDiver - Jun 24, 14
I went scuba diving here on 6/15/2014. Average viz: Under 5ft/2m. Water temp: 61-65°F/16-18°C....
IgoDiver - Jun 24, 14
I went scuba diving here on 6/14/2014. Average viz: Under 5ft/2m. Water temp: 71-75°F/22-24°C. Completed SDI Sidemount Diver course....
SuperChuK - Jan 2, 14
Rating Added: 5 Great viz and lots of aquatic life. I enjoyed Summersville Lake immensely and look forward to getting back there this summer!...
markallen53 - Jun 18, 13
Rating Added: 5 The average visibility (no recent heavy rains) is about 20-25 ft. However, in mid to late August when there has been much less rainfall, I have seen visibility of 40+ ft. I have had the rare priviledge of experiencing visibility of 80...
cprice - Jun 17, 13
Rating Added: 5 I dive , and I have a geocache here that you need to scuba to find....
cprice - Jun 17, 13
I dive here as much as I can , Love it....
Dive Clubs in West Virginia
Photo Club Name Location Club Members
West Virginia Scuba Divers Charleston WV  34
Scuba4Me Nutter Fort WV  9
Mountaineer Dive Club South Charleston WV  4
Mountaineer Area Community of Dive Addicts Bridgeport WV  3
Mid-Ohio Valley Divers Parkersburg WV  2
Articles about West Virginia
New Dive Boat for Summersville Lake, WV New Dive Boat for Summersville Lake, WV
markallen53 - 8/11/2016 3:18 PM
Sarge’s Dive Shop, located on beautiful Summersville Lake, WV, now has a new dive vessel. This 39’x14’ aluminum pontoon boat was custom built in Tennessee exclusively for divers. The benches are designed to allow you to place your tanks in a tank well behind your back. The benches are wider and taller so you can store your gear bags underneath leaving plenty of room to move around with no gear to step over. The ladders are 30" wide with 6" deep rungs and extend 30" beneath the surface making it ...
West Virginia Divebuddies Rule! West Virginia Divebuddies Rule!
oceanfloor - 8/10/2009 3:30 PM
 A great big thanks to the West Virginia Scuba Divers and Divebuddy for giving me the opportunity to meet some great divers. I attended the Portage Quarry Legends Weekend August 7-8-9 and arranged to dive with a couple of great guys from the West Virginia Scuba Divers Club whom I met on this site. So here’s to Hobie and Charstew. By the way, Charstew, can cook some mean steaks.. they were great! On Saturday we did four dive’s with the deepest at 51 feet which was really appreciated since I’m rea...