At 327 Feet Deep, West Virginia’s Deepest Lake Is Deep Enough To Scuba Dive

The deepest lake in West Virginia is also our largest and most famous: Summersville Lake. It’s at least 327 feet deep and covers over 2,700 acres of surface area, with more than 60 miles of shoreline. Known for its excellent water quality and rimmed with stunning sandstone cliffs, Summersville Lake easily earned its reputation as the “Little Bahamas of the East Coast.” And, wonder of all wonders, this is West Virginia version of the Bahamas is deep enough for scuba diving.

To learn more about scuba diving at Summersville Lake in West Virginia, head over to Sarge’s Dive Shop on the web. Sarge’s is also on Facebook. Is a West Virginia scuba diving adventure on your adventure bucket list? It should be! And another adventure that should be on your Summersville bucket list is a climb up West Virginia’s only lighthouse.

Address: Summersville Lake, West Virginia, USA