Diving Overview for Missouri
Missouri is a land-locked state in the Midwestern US, home to some unbelievable scuba diving including Bonne Terre Mine, named by National Geographic Adventure as one of the top 10 scuba diving adventures in America.
The state of Missouri is a hidden gem for cave & cavern divers, and is the perfect location for the more experienced diver. Along with the abundance of amazing clear water cave diving, Missouri also has opportunities to dive in rivers including the Current and Black as well as several lakes such as Bluewater Lake where a 14-acre old lead and zinc mining circle reaches depths of 230 feet and offers a variety of exciting and unusual dive sites.
Several of the lakes in Missouri provide opportunities for scuba training as well as catering for tech divers and free divers. These lakes often provide shelter from any adverse weather conditions and attract many divers from the midwest.
The temperature in Missouri ranges from 26°F (–3°C) in January to 79°F (26°C) in July.
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