Q. What is the Badger State Dive Club?
We are one of the oldest dive clubs in the state of Wisconsin, founded in 1964. We are a non-profit, non-stock corporation, organizes as a social club. We are independent of any dive shop or equipment manufacturer and are considered to be a “family oriented” dive club, with frequent activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Q. Where and when are your club meetings held?
Club meetings are currently held on the last Tuesday of the month, at 6:30 p.m. We currently meet at Fox Brook Park. Bring your dive gear and get wet after the meeting.
Q. How can I contact the club?
Q. Do I have to be a certified diver to attend your meetings?
No, all certified divers, students currently enrolled in diving classes and all others interested in the sport of skin or S.C.U.B.A. diving, are invited to attend our club meetings and other activities, as guests.
Q. How do I join the club?
You must be a certified diver, attend one club meeting, make one dive with the club, read and agree to the club’s by-laws, and complete and submit a combination application and waiver form, along with payment of your first year dues (prorated for the first calendar year).
Q. How much are the club dues?
Annual dues are $35 for a family membership. This covers all certified divers in your family, living in your household.
Q. How do I become a certified diver? Do you offer lessons?All local dive shops offer classes in open-water, advanced and specialty certifications. In addition, the Badger State Dive Club has members who are instructors and offer classes to individuals and small groups.