Hoople Creek Bridge still existing flooded under 30 feet of water along Long Sault Parkway. The elm's trunk is still in very good shape after 60 years underwater.
Might be an interesting dive. How do we get to it? (1 week ago)Rene Therrien:
Picture taken on 2 July 17 through Downvision channel of fishfinder. You can dive it either using a boat (it is marked with a white javex bottle) or swin from the shore...the only way to do so from Hopple Island is to have a camping site there (only 8 total) or dive it before or after camping season. 1 (1 week ago)Michel Castonguay:
During the rather rare busy camping season on Hoople island, you can always dive it from the east side of the bridge between Hoople & Dickinson island, make sure you have paid for your daily pass. There is not much current. 1 (1 week ago)
I wanted to thank you all for making Centeen Park one of my favourite places to dive.