Dive The Scuba Ranch with the Dillos and Rebels

Don a SCUBA mask and join us for a dive and eats at The Scuba Ranch near Terrell.

The Scuba Ranch features a beautiful, 22-acre spring-fed lake filled with sunken boats, planes and Sisco the Shark, along with the resident fish and turtles. Water temperature is in the low-80s.

The club is providing pulled pork sandwiches, but please bring a side dish to share and your own drinks. The Diving Rebels will also be there and sharing their picnic fare. Yum!

This is a FREE dining event for paid members. For non-members, you may pay $10 at the “door.” OR, why not pay your $35 annual Scubadillo dues, which will get you in free to the rest of our fun events this year? It’s easy! Visit this link on our website to join or renew.

Here are the event details:
The Scuba Ranch in Terrell, Texas. Look for the bright yellow Scubadillo banners at our pavilion.

Park fee
Park entrance fee is $20 per diver. Non-divers are $10. Use this link to pay in advance.

Rental gear
Equipment and wetsuits are available for rental. Air fills are $15. It’s recommended that you reserve your gear ahead of time by calling[masked].

EVERYONE who enters the park must complete a liability waiver. Save time by doing this here online at https://thescubaranch.com/waivers before you arrive

What to bring

Folding chairs
Sunshades, sunblock, hats, etc.
Beverage of choice (be discreet if you have adult bevs)
Side dish to share
Swimsuits and dive gear, towels

Getting there
The Scuba Ranch is a bit north and east of Terrell. In the country. Here is the Google Maps link for specific directions. Look for the Scubadillo signs and banners at the pavilion.

The Diving Rebels will also be at the park and sharing their food.

Post your questions on the Scubadillo Dive Club Group Facebook page. Request to be a member if you’re not already on the group page. We’ll get you answers. And if you’re not really a Facebooker, you may contact our Dillo events coordinator Bill Davidson at [masked].

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