Four Lakes Scuba Club Welcomes You

We are a non-profit organization founded in 1980 to promote sport diving in the Madison area. We organize numerous dive trips locally, statewide, and nationally. These include night dives, ice dives, and wreck dives. The club promotes safe diving through the support of the Divers Alert Network (DAN), by providing an oxygen equipped First Aid kit on club dives and by supplying ice diving equipment on winter dives.

Everyone is invited to attend our monthly meetings which feature speakers and presentations of general interest to the diving community. Subjects include travel, equipment reviews, safety and medical issues, photography, marine life, archaeology, and the history of diving. In addition to our monthly meetings we sponsor special events such as the Take a Stake in the Lakes area cleanup efforts.

If you would like more information about Four Lakes SCUBA Club, learn of dive conditions, or make dive buddies, join us at our monthly meetings.


We meet at 7:30pm, second Wednesday of each month. See updates for the speaker and information.

Babes American Grill
5614 Schroeder Rd.
Madison, WI
(608) 274-7300


February Speaker

Join us Wednesday, February 13 for Jim Troupis’s talk about his recent trip to Australia and Papua New Guinea. He spent several days diving the Great Barrier Reef, then experienced some exciting land adventures in New Guinea, including the Goroka

January Speaker: Bill Hoernke

Join us this Wednesday, January 9th at Babe’s for our own Bill Hoernke speaking about his experiences completing the PADI Instructor Development Course in Bonaire. In addition, club elections will be held at the meeting. We’re looking for officers to

November Speaker: Vivian Weber

During the November 2018 meeting, Vivian Weber shared some amazing photos of the underwater life around Lembeh, Indonesia. You can see her photos on her website Voice of the Sea.

August 2017 Meeting: Jesse Weinzingeer

This month’s meeting will be Wednesday, August 10 at 7:30 PM at Babe’s. This month’s speaker is Jesse Weinzinger from the Mussel Monitoring Program of Wisconsin. Freshwater mussels  are one of the most imperiled groups of animals on the planet,