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Dive Locations

Gildenburgh Water

 The lake has been a developing sanctuary for fish and lush plant life since 1945 when the former brickworks closed down. In January 1985 the current owners, bought the lake and 30 acres of surrounding land and have developed a full range of ancillary facilities many attractions and training platforms. With varying depths from 1m to 22m, it is considered by many divers to be one of the best diving lakes in the country. Changing facilities, cafeteria toilets and showers.

Leybourne Lakes

 Very shallow lake, separated into two halves by an island with restricted access.   Divers use the north half of the lake (the southern half is used by windsurfers).  Facilities for divers is not good, no changing facilities, no cafeteriaand there is only one toilet for everyone!  Visibility is generally limited due to the bottom composition.  Taking into account the lack of facilities the entry price is high so this is not a site we recommended.  Safety may also be an issue as access is restricted by the locked entry gate! 


The facilities at the National Diving and Activity Centre are large enough to cope with the highest demand with a depth range 0 - 80 metres.   Excellent Visibility all year round with good facilities, toilets, changing, cafeteria etc.  Convenient to M4 & M5 corridors



Stoney Cove
An excellent scuba-diving venue but it can be very busy. Excellent facilities, including toilets, changing rooms, showers, cafe and bar.  Lake depths of 7, 22 and 36 metres with plenty of attractions for the more experienced diver as well as shallow training areas. 



 A 15 acre lake specifically for divers and diver training with many attractions and training platforms. Good facilities, toilets, changing rooms and cafeteria. This premiere inland dive site is conveniently situated between junctions 13 and 14 of the M25, close to the M3 and M4 motorways. Generally around one hour drive from Maidstone.