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Underwater enthusiasts will want to dive right into the clear waters of the St. Lawrence River to explore the many wrecks that rest on the riverbed. Some of the best freshwater scuba diving in the world exists in the 1000 Islands region. The water clarity provides excellent underwater visibility. Horizontal visibility of 50-70 feet in 100 depths is not unusual. There is no thermocline in this area allowing for very comfortable diving temperatures from May through October. Most importantly, Clayton is accessible to many of the quality wrecks that lay on the bottom of the St. Lawrence.
Several dive businesses in the area can provide services for divers. Clayton is centrally located as your dive headquarters and offers plenty of after-dive activities as well!
Clayton Diving ClubClayton Diving Club
We organize group dives, hold monthly meetings, and participate in community efforts to keep our river clean. Membership dues are only $5 a year (January to January). Join us!
History of the Clayton Dive Club
Wednesday February 6th at the Thousand Island Museum, 312 James Street Clayton
On Feb. 6, Dennis McCarthy, president of the Clayton Diving Club, along with Skip Couch, one of the founding members, will discuss the history of the Clayton Diving Club. From its origins in 1967 through today, the club continues to organize group dives, holds meetings, and participates in community efforts. Underwater enthusiasts continue to dive into the St. Lawrence River to explore the many wrecks.
This is a free program that starts promptly at 10am. Come early to find a seat