Best Places To Scuba Dive In the U.S.

Oahu, Hawaii

Oahu is also known as the 'Wreck Capital of Hawaii'. Throughout the waters off Oahu, there are about ten great wrecks that are accessible to recreational divers.

Jupiter, Florida

The city of Jupiter, located in southeastern Florida, has several popular dive sites. It is an attractive area for divers because of the wide variety of marine life.

Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary

Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary is home to many of California’s most popular dive sites.

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

This state park is known for being the country’s first undersea park and as one of the best places to dive in the U.S.

Puget Sound, Washington

The best places to dive in America is less than an hour's drive from Seattle, Washington. Seattle is known for its misty rains, cloudy days, and mild temperatures.

Channel Islands National Park

Channel Islands National Park makes this California location one of the most unique dive spots in the world.

HMS Yukon in San Diego’s Wreck Alley

The HMS Yukon was a Canadian destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy. A large ship at 366 feet long and 40 feet wide.

Morehead, North Carolina

Diver looking for adventure will rank this area as having some of the best dive sites in the U.S.

Bonne Terre Mine, Missouri

You won’t find shipwrecks when you dive in Bonne Terre Mine, but divers will get to experience an abandoned mine located just an hour south of St. Louis.

Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve

South of the “thumb” of Michigan’s “glove” is Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve. There are over 15 shipwrecks in the Preserve.

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