Scuba diving in Redlands
Redlands in San Bernardino County, Southern
California has beautiful reefs and shipwrecks. Scuba diving
in Redlands has become a growing activity recently. Divers
come to visit Redlands' special
dive sites to enjoy the huge diversity of marine life
Always dive according to your level of training.
Never enter the water without checking with
Redlands dive centers
for safety, additional information, level required for each
dive site and without being accompanied by a professional.
All the information provided is purely informative for our
readers and shouldn't be used as is to plan your immersion.
Average annual temperature: Between 20°C and 32°C
(69° F and 90° F).
Visibility often averaging: Visibility is between 20
and 100 feet (6 to 30 meters).
Coldest time: January
Warmest time: August
Possible to dive all year round.
The Redlands dive centers offer a wide variety of
diving courses with certification from different well known
certification agencies. The dive instructors in the
respective schools will advise you and help you choose what
suits you best. There are equipment retailers who carry a
good choice of equipment as well.
The dive sites are varied to suit divers of all levels of
experience and the reefs and kelp forests are a not to miss
The San Clement Island is one of California
Channel Islands. It is one of the most popular diving
destinations in California and offers some great dives. It
has a huge diversity of sea life like lobsters, moray eels and
black sea bass.
Some of dive sites near Redlands.
Disneyland is one of the most beautiful dive sites in
the area at a depth of 10 to more than 100 feet (3 to 30
meters). Enjoy the great visibility of this spot at a range
of 20 to 40 feet and can reach 100 feet (6 to 12 and
30meters). It is a great site for underwater photography.
The site has a shallow rocky shelf at a depth of 10 to 20
feet (3 to 6 meters) and drops down to 10 feet (3 meters)
deep and it is covered with marine algae. The site is home
to harbor seals, lobster and bat rays.
Little Flower is a calm dive sites which suits
beginner and advanced divers as well. Kelps growing in this
spot provide to shelter to fish including calico bass and
giant kelpfish along with lobster and horn sharks. The site
is at a depth of 25 feet (8 meters).
Hole In The Wall is a beautiful dive site at a depth
of 15 to 45 feet (4 to 14 meters). The site has beautiful
kelp forests and shallow reefs. Lobster, kelp bass, opaleye,
halfmoons frequent are frequetly seen.
Reef Point is a great dive site at a depth range of
30 to 40 feet (9 to 12 meters). The site is home to
garibaldi, blacksmith, sand bass, senoritas and bats rays.
East End Reef is a great spot for wall diving. The
wall drops from 40 to 100 feet (12 to 30 meters). Enjoy
watching underwater creatures like lobsters, eels, and
abalone. You can also enjoy canyons and kelp forests in the
shallower area. This site suits novice and experienced
divers as well.