||105 miles South of Ann Arbor,
minimum 1 hr 40 minutes drive time
(measured from junction of I-94 &
||Shallows 5-65ft, Depths to 140ft
This quarry has something for all levels of divers. Enter from shore in the "shallow end," or off the wall in
the "deep end" (dive plan required). Sights include boats, cars, a school bus, underwater platforms, a sunken airplane, and more.
From Detroit Area:
Take I-75 south past Toledo and Bowling Green, to State Road 224 (Exit 159). Turn right onto State Road 224,
go about 14 miles to Gilboa Road. Turn left onto Gilboa Road (at the big cow!), then turn right onto Main
Street (Old 224). The Quarry is on the left, about 1 mile down Main Street. Look for the Gilboa Stone Quarry sign.
From Ann Arbor Area:
Take US-23 south to Toledo, follow signs to I-75 South, and continue as above.
Quarry dive shop phone: (419)
Admission: $25/day for divers
and snorkelers; $8 day for
Pets are permitted, but must be
registered at the quarry office
Gas Fills: Air $9, Nitrox $15
(up to 40%)
on-site at Gilboa Quarry
- Call Quarry for
pricing and availability.
- Campsites & RV's, (electrical hook-up available at additional
- Bunkhouse, up to 4 people, call the Quarry for availability.
- Cottage, max 6
people, call the Quarry for
- Apartment, max 5 people, call the Quarry for availability.
Recommended hotel: Drury Inn, Findlay,
- Site visits and customer reviews confirm this is a very nice hotel, with clean and
spacious rooms that include
fridge, microwave, and
coffeemaker. One hour free long
distance calls included.
- Amenities include free continental & hot breakfast, happy hour with free
drinks & popcorn, small fitness
center, small indoor/outdoor
pool, coin operated laundry, and
comfortable lobby with
- Huron Scuba preferred rate
is $83 + tax for 1
king or 2 queen beds; suites and
Jacuzzi rooms available for
hotel directly and use ID#309630
- Directions: get off normal Gilboa exit #159 from I-75, turn left and go
over highway overpass. Drury in
is on your left side directly
after the overpass, and before
the street light. Getting to the
quarry in the morning will take