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Aquatic Adventures, Inc.

Milwaukee’s favorite dive center – Aquatic Adventures

Founded in January 2000, Aquatic Adventures, Inc. is a PADI 5 Star Dive Center located in Brookfield, Wisconsin, a western suburb of Milwaukee. We are committed to transforming and enriching people’s lives through scuba diving and snorkeling. Come enjoy the underwater world by letting us help you earn a scuba diving certification.

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There Ain’t No Free Lunch!

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As a child, I was raised by my grandfather, a no-nonsense World War II veteran and survivor of the Great Depression. It probably comes as no surprise, if you’ve read any of my blogs, that my grandfather raised me to work hard and speak the truth no matter how difficult it might be to say or hear.

One of my grandfather’s favorite phrases was, “There ain’t no free lunch.” I’m not sure I fully appreciated this truism as a young boy, but I knew enough to make sure the lawn was cut, my room was cleaned, or the sidewalks were shoveled before I showed up for dinner. If I made the mistake of not completing my chores, I was sure to find my plate missing from the table.

Lower Genesee Lake Dive Site Review

Lower Genesee Lake – Dive Site Review

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Lower Genesee Lake is a 63 acre lake located in western Waukesha County. Lower Genesee is one of three lakes in the Genesee lake system. The boat launch is just off of Genesee Lake Road in Oconomowoc. There are about ten trailer parking spots available at the launch, so if you are going on a busy holiday make sure to arrange cars accordingly. For more detailed directions, check out our Lower Genesee Lake Boat Launch Maps Page.

Lower Genesee is a great lake for newly certified Open Water divers. With plenty of open space and clear, clean water, a diver can practice buoyancy, adjust equipment and get used to being in open water in a relatively controlled environment. Visibility can range from 15 to 20 feet depending on the depth.