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Local Diving

Central Oregon Diving, LLC is in the process of organizing more LOCAL diving in the Pacific Northwest Region.  Trips can include local lake dives, coast day trips or weekend coast trips.  Like us on Facebook for the most current information.

We have several LOCAL Coast trips to keep you diving, and to work on your Advanced Open Water Courses and Specialty Courses!  Get out there and DIVE!  Contact us for a list of the current dates we have scheduled.  Locations included Port Orford, Newport, Hood Canal, and Florence.

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Event Date: July 20th - 20th 2019

Elk Lake Clean Up 

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In conjunction with PADI Women Dive Day we are inviting everyone to participate and help clean up ELK LAKE. 

Pre-registration and this event is FREE! Rental is HALF PRICE for on this day!! IF YOU ARE INTERESTED we will offer anyone a PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty Certification for $200.00 (discounted rate). If you have already completed one dive in a previous Advanced Open Water Course, then we can do the additional dive to make the specialty at a discounted rate of $125. ALSO we are offering a Dive Against Debris Specialty 1 Tank dive for $135. This course gives you the knowledge to catalog and weigh the debris that is collected and dispose of properly. These above courses count toward your Master Scuba Diver Certification. These are FUN ways to learn some great dive skills AND do some good at one of our beautiful local lakes! 
This is a great way to help clean up our local lake and earn a Specialty card for a great value! Pre-registration for certification specialty is required and knowledge reviews completed prior to dive day.. 

Please sign up at the shop- Rental is $55 for the day with 2 Tanks.

Come for the day and enjoy the beautiful lake. Join us for a drink at the resort after we count all the debris.