Two Rivers' Shipwreck Adventures LLC is the great place for a sports fan to spend a Saturday, or any day for that matter.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So head to Shipwreck Adventures LLC for some fun, laughs, and a great experience.
Sports paradise awaits. Come find it at Highland Park's Frogg Pond Dive Shop.
Drivers can easily find parking in the surrounding area.
When you're ready to compete for the best prices and amazing sporting equipment, Frogg Pond Dive Shop in Highland Park will be waiting for you.
At Underwater Connection, southeast Wisconsin’s only PADI five-star instructor-training center, an award-winning course director and a team of skilled instructors educate both undersea novices and emergency-service professionals in the art of scuba diving. Following safe, low-stress basic diving courses in a pool, teachers and students move to the open water to cover techniques that include rebreathing, underwater videography, and recovering toy-boat wrecks from flooded bathtubs. Underwater Connection provides all equipment for classes, relying on its factory-trained equipment mechanics and Aqualung Master Technician, who refill tanks and do in-house repairs on gear from brands such as Dive Rite, Poseidon, Oceanic, Aqua Lung, and Scubapro.
Looking for a unique idea for a romantic outing? Your love boat awaits at Pirates Cove Diving in Milwaukee.
When you're out and about in the area, you'll love that this center has a restaurant to take care of any last minute hunger.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Someone once said life is sweet under the sea, and Mountain Bay Scuba proves that true with scuba lessons for divers of all levels. Their certified instructors lead basic introductory classes in heated pools as well as open-water certification courses that let divers swim with the fishes. They even up the ante on adventure with ice dives and specialized classes such as underwater photography and wreck diving. Along with outfitting divers with essential skills, they provide all the snorkels, flippers, and wetsuits needed to explore the planet's myriad aquatic worlds.
There are treasures beyond belief under the waves. All across the Midwest, lakes large and small contain pieces of history, from a moss-coated dump truck at the bottom of Haigh Quarry to the schooner Thomas Hume, which has been a home to the fish of Lake Michigan since 1891. With favorite wet spots from Missouri to Minnesota, the teachers at Chicagoland Scuba are privy to it all. Whether offering first-time divers certification classes, leading diving trips, or learning how fish like to be hugged, exploring the underwater life is second nature to these pros—something they hope rubs off on their students, too.