Dive Toledo SCUBA Center

Dick Wilgus and his son, Randy, own and operate Dive Toledo Scuba Center. Dick got the enterprise going here about 15 years ago and has been a commercial diver himself for 40 years.

Toledo Bend offers good water for diving. There are a number of artifacts to explore, including some boats and an old barge sometimes used for training. There are some flooded cemeteries and the remains of buildings, even a couple of towns, hiding beneath the waters. And there are some big catfish and gar that many divers hunt with spear guns.

diver with speared gar fish
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Scuba vest and tank

Dive Toledo bills itself as "the Diver's Super Store". They carry a complete line of new equipment - from caps to fins. They also handle some used diving equipment.

If you need equipment repairs or inspection, they provide those services, as well. They also do air fills.

If you didn't bring your scuba gear, no problem! You can rent whatever you may need from Dive Toledo.

And, of course, if you happen to have a need for a commercial diver, Dick and his son and employees can handle those needs, too.

Dive Toledo Scuba Center
55 Perch Drive
Anacoco, La 71403
Ph (337) 286-9362
Ph (337) 286-5565

Web Site: http://www.toledo-bend.net/scuba

flippers, vests, diving buoy
masks for snorkeling and scuba Dive Toledo offers classes in scuba diving on site right here at the lake. Their typical class is a weekender and begins Friday evening and is completed Sunday afternoon. The diving instructor is PADI (Professional Association of Dive Instructors) Certified. When the class is completed you should be certified for scuba diving!
To get to Dive Toledo, go North on Louisiana Highway 191 1.5 miles from the junction of Louisiana Highway 392. Turn in at Toledo Bend Resort and go a quarter mile to the drive of the dive shop, on the left side. spear guns and other diving equipment