Scuba Rangers

Underwater fun

A great way to introduce kids to the wonders of underwater adventures! They can master swimming, snorkeling and scuba techniques at their own pace while learning cool, fun facts about the ocean and marine life. This camp is available to those who are 8-12 years old and a strong swimmer.

What to bring


  • $275




  • Each five-day camp meets from 1-3 pm
  • June 3-7
  • June 17-21
  • July 15-19
  • July 29-Aug 2


  • June 2 and 9
  • July 21 and 28
  • Aug 11 and 18

North Liberty

Table Rock Lake

What’s next?

After becoming a Scuba Ranger, students can complete specialty classes or join us for Youth Diving Nights to enhance their skills and diving knowledge. 

Scuba Ranger specialty classes

Mile Ranger 

Rangers will learn to swim a full mile in the pool with the assistance of a mask, fins and snorkel over several sessions. They can achieve their goal at their own pace or on a specific schedule while learning and discussing the importance of healthy exercise.
Cost: $50

Maze Ranger 

This class gives Rangers the opportunity to practice their skills through a variety of different stations set up in the shallow area of the pool. Each station has a specific skill to learn. After completing the skill, Rangers move on to the next station.
Cost: $50

Deep Ranger

Rangers will become more comfortable with deep water to improve their diving abilities. Rangers will learn about how pressure affects divers underwater and why equalizing is so important, as they grow closer to becoming Junior Open Water Divers.
Cost: $50

Navigation Ranger

Rangers will be introduced to compass and natural navigation techniques and will practice course plotting, calculation drifts and currents. Once in the pool, Rangers will use compass headings to find coins at the bottom of the pool.
Cost: $50

Marine Life Ranger

Rangers will learn about different types of marine life and the animals that live underwater. This course may include classroom work with photos and videos or a trip to the aquarium.
Cost: $50

Civic Ranger

Rangers are encouraged to help in their home and community. Each time a Ranger helps their family or participates in community events, the individual they help signs off in their Ranger Log. Once a Ranger has completed all 12 sign-off locations, they receive recognition and credit for their Civic Ranger Specialty.
Cost: $50

Computer Ranger 

This class familiarizes Rangers with how computers are utilized in diving and research. Rangers will learn how to find diving-based websites and will experience the use of a diving computer in the pool. This course is valuable both in and out of the water, as these skills will assist Rangers in future academic and diving careers.
Cost: $50

Equipment Ranger 

Rangers will learn basic equipment repair skills and get familiar with different types of scuba equipment they may encounter. Rangers will learn about O-rings, mask straps, fin straps, dive lights, cameras and lift bags.
Cost: $50

Rescue Ranger 

This class familiarizes Rangers with the basic skills associated with both water rescue techniques and land rescue techniques. This is not a First Aid or Stress and Rescue course, but an introduction to what is involved with rescue situations. Rangers will learn common rescue techniques, signs and symptoms of stress in swimmers and divers, and various first aid techniques, including 100% oxygen administration.
Cost: $50

Search Ranger

Rangers will learn basic techniques used for locating objects in the water. These skills are applicable to underwater and surface searches. Rangers will use compasses, circle searches, grid searches and square searches.
Cost: $50

Night Ranger

Rangers will practice skills in a dark pool, a fun experience guaranteed to build dive knowledge and confidence.
Cost: $50

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