Lake Longhorn Multisport Training Lake
Welcome to Lake Longhorn "The Multisport Training Lake of Houston" !!! Lake Longhorn serves the Houston area and the entire Texas Gulf Coast. If you enjoy scuba diving, triathlon training, open water swimming, stand up paddleboarding, kayaking, or anything else needing a large body of water then Lake Longhorn is the multisport lake for you. Lake Longhorn is a 48-acre freshwater lake and has 20 acres of green space dedicated to serving the lake in League City, Texas for your enjoyment. We offer recreational scuba diving, scuba diving training, triathlon swimming, triathlon swim training, (SUP) Stand up paddle boarding and kayaking in the Houston and Texas Bay Area. Lake Longhorn is striving to become the best scuba diving training lake in Houston dive site and open water training lake in the Houston area and Texas Gulf Coast.
For Scuba Diving and scuba certification, Lake Longhorn dive site offers scuba/snorkel gear rentals, air-fills, well-built topwater docks with swim ladders and scuba diving underwater training platforms for scuba diving lessons for your scuba certification, multiple large boats and swim-throughs for your underwater experience. We are adding more diving attractions on a regular basis with the goal of becoming Houston's best and favorite open water training facility in Houston, Texas. Just like any scuba diving lake in the Houston area, visibility ranges from 3'-30' depending on the Houston area weather conditions, and the lake water temperature ranges from 50 degrees to the high 80's depending on the season. The maximum depth of the lake to be found in 35' with a mean depth of about 25'.
IMPORTANT: All Scuba Diving Instructors and Divemasters must provide proof of insurance with Lake Longhorn Enterprises, LLC and The Elzabeth Blalock Randall Testamentary Trust listed as additional insured before holding classes at Lake Longhorn, and ALL students must sign the Lake Longhorn premise waiver. ALL scuba divers not in training must provide certification card before diving and have a Dive Buddy. All scuba divers must have a dive buddy and no solo diving is permitted in the lake without showing proof of a solo scuba diver certification.