Division Street and East Bannerman Avenue,
Redgranite Quarry entrance is down Division Street from the intersection with East Bannerman (Hwy 21). On Hwy 21 there is a small green sign the says “QUARRY” with an arrow. Follow that to the parking area.
Park as close to the water as possible. Early in the morning is best as the lot quickly fills up with fisherman, swimmers and sunbathers.
The water entry is down a small dirt path. Caution at the water’s edge as you need to climb over some rocks.
Watch out on safety stops (yes you will need one) if you are close to the sides of the quarry as fisherman are fishing but also swimmers are jumping off the rocks and cliffs.
There are no fees to dive at this site.
The park is open year round from 7 am to 7 pm. No alcohol, glass or pets. Hours and rules enforced by the Full-time Police Department.
No gear rental or air fills are available at this dive site.
Size: 7 acres
Depth: 210′ max
Ave Depth: NA
Viz: Ave 20-30′, less in summer.
In 0′-100′: 2 sunken boats, a snowmobile, fish, rock structures
210′ at the bottom: railroad tracks running east to west with ore cars on them. (don’t go there)
85′ or so is a sulfur layer