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DON'T FORGET YOUR DIVE FLAG---It is a law AND a safety concern!
This lake is considered an altitude dive --- which requires an Altitude Table used in conjunction with your dive tables.
Tony Grove lake is up Logan canyon. It is about a two hour drive from Salt Lake City, Utah in northern Utah. It is a cold water lake. The water is fairly clear. It is reported to be between 45 and 60 feet deep. My buddies and I scoured the lake pretty good one day and couldn't find anything deeper than 25 feet. There is some pretty plant life in the more shallow parts of the lake. It is 8,500 feet high above sea level. The lake is a very pretty lake. There are some nice campgrounds by the lake.