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The Blue Lagoon, Huntsville

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3.6/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
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  • If you go to the Blue Lagoon and take a class make sure you ask for Brian Avenarius. This guy will not only give you the skills to become a great diver but give you a huge smile to go along with them....  read more »
  • Great staff who are eager to be helpful in any way they can. Dive gear and lessons are available so plan a family dive trip and spend the day. 
  • Mom-in-law and I spent the day here yesterday as a fun girls day out, not really knowing what was to be expected. I have lived in Huntsville for about 20 years and have heard very little of Blue Lagoo...  read more »
  • The water is alright but the staff is racist. If you notice priority is given to Anglos, there were non divers there waiting since 5AM and they kept waiting past 9AM. If you're Hispanic don't expect to get one of the good cites. The last time my family and I came we were given a spot at the very end of the lagoon. We had to ask for a better place, the day we went there were only a few people there. The place is basically a big pool. They have porta pottys not real restrooms. This place is truly overpriced for the service given to non divers. Also non divers pay more than diver and are still not treated as equalls. Horrible place never going there again.
  • Let's get one thing straight, this is NOT a natural resource, it used to be a quarry, the pH levels are what keep the water so clear (lack of algae/animals.) This is a PADI dive facility FIRST, and my favorite in the area. Great place to get your dive fix. I only wish they would turn away all swimmers and parties with their alcoholic beverages and trash. it should be divers ONLY.
  • It opens at 10:00am. It's 20 per person, there are available 20 spots between two lagoons so you have to be very early to be able to get one spot, sometimes there is people in line from 2 am, it means is really good.
  • Is a place for divers no for swimmers, if they have some space left they let you in, but we swimmers can not reserve by phone (divers can) and they open for swimmers at 12:00pm but divers can enter befor that. There is not information clear about that, I guess they want to be sure that they make every day money by selling all the spots even if there are not enough divers. I drove 2 hours to get ther at 11:45 am and they said divers had taken the place. So just make the place just for divers. Not recommended for swimmers
  • I'm giving it a 5 star just for beauty. I give ZERO stars for making it private and trying to call it texas's cozumel. This is an alkaline pool and should be enjoyed by everyone...pffft.
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