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USA: California Coast - The California Coast offers SCUBA divers cold to moderate temperatures which sustain a spectacular variety of sea life. This diving region includes dive sites and galleries in Monterey, Catalina, the Channel Islands and the California Coast.
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Driftwood Bottle Field
Driftwood Island County Park, Whidbey Island, WA
Type: Saltwater
Difficulty: Intermediate
Entry: None Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Bottle FieldJunk Yard,

Driftwood Island County Park was once used as a garbage dump in years past which now invites divers interested in looking for old bottles and other items.

Enter the water between the two cement pilings directly in front of the little building to the west end of the parking lot. Take a heading straight out or follow the silty slope downward until it flattens out at 60ft.

Start poking around in the silt/sand to locate bottles or other interesting artifacts as years of sediment have buried most of the remaining treasures. This will be easier if there is a mild current to wash away the silt while you search.

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