Top Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Michigan

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St. Clair River

Michigan, USA Mid

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We have a fantastic shore current dive in the St. Clair River. The river connects Lake Huron to Lake St. Clair and ultimately Lake Erie. BONUS….Several shipwrecks are in the river and various artifacts can still be found. During Prohibition the river provided rum runners a means of transporting alcohol between Canada and the US. Bottles are still found to this day. It's a dive that will appeal to many divers.
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Elmwood Wreck

Michigan, USA Mid

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Various Marine Life, Old Schooner at 40' depth, Grassy area offers great exploring and includes great marine life viewing along rock jetty. Specific Directions/Briefing can be obtained at Scuba North (231-947-2520) Located at Elmwood Park in West Grand Traverse Bay, M22 north from M72 intersection. North of Old Coal Dock and South of Harbor West.
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Higgins Lake, Higgins Lake

Michigan, USA Mid

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Gull Lake, Battle Creek

Michigan, USA Mid

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Lake 16, Martin

Michigan, USA Mid

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Alger Underwater Diving Preserve

Michigan, USA Mid

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113 square mile preserve, 100ft depth, 55DegF, 30ft viz; rock bass; Has the Murray Bay wreck and a 71ft tugboat. See www.algercounty.com or www.munising.org Take I-75 to the upper peninsula, the go west on Hiway 28 to Munising, on Lake Superior.
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Haserot Beach

Michigan, USA Mid

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This a great beach in of itself. Suit up at the first parking lot. Go out about 20ft and follow the weedbed SSE. You will find the 'jinkpile' in about 20ft of water. Old boats, 1940s sedans, etc. From Traverse City, take M-37 North onto Old Mission Peninsula. Turn right (East) on Swaney Road. The beach will be on the right about one mile down.
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Lower Detroit River, Flat Rock

Michigan, USA Mid

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Rock Maze

Michigan, USA Mid

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Lots of giant boulders up to 30' in height, starts right off shore in 5' of water, the many boulders give the feeling of swimming in a maze. Great added adventure to a day on Mackinaw Island This site is located 200 Yards NNE of Arch Rock off of Mackinaw Island. Take a Ferry from either St. Ignace or Mackinaw City, then Horse carriage/Taxi to dive site.