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USA: Inland Dives - The Inland Dives region of the website includes dive sites and galleries in the lakes, rivers, reservoirs, etc. within the United States.
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Triton Cove State Park
Triton Cove State Park , Brinnon, Washington
Type: Saltwater-OpenOcean
Difficulty: Snorkling, Beginner, Intermediate
Entry: Easy Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Coral Reef, Eel Grass Beds

My 10-year-old son Troy and I did three dives: Dive 1: Walked off the boat ramp, went down and to the left, directly toward the buoy (about 230°). Got to the buoy at about 20’ depth. Visibility was only about 6’. Turned slightly right and went on a wide arch back toward the boat launch. Got to 40’ easily on the part of the arch going out. Could have gone much deeper. As we came back in we ran right into a gorgeous reef with lots of colors. Saw tons of red rock crabs, small fish, and at one spot in the reef a REALLY big wolf eel. Tons of shells, clams, and mussels. Dive 2: Went straight out from the boat ramp, got to about 34’. Visibility was about 8’. More crabs and clams, and some beautiful free-standing orange coral! Dive 3: went off of the ramp and right (about 50°) for about 150’. Got down to about 28 feet. Visibility was better in this direction, about 12’. Saw a BUNCH of absolutely amazing free-standing coral, some up to 2’ tall. This dive site is incredibly underused, and that’s just fine. Troy and I are planning to come back again and again.

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