Lannon Quarry is located in Menomonee Park in Menomonee Falls Wisconsin. This park is filled with a historical background from the quarrying period from 1880 to 1900. There are still remnants of that time including: railroad tracks, an old stone crusher, and the 14 acres that make up the quarry itself. The water is moderately clear and full of fish. This is a fun dive for anyone looking to see some wildlife on an inland lake. Menomonee park also offers paved trails through forest, challenging hiking trails, and a 12- mile crushed stone trail which used to be a railroad.
IMPORTANT: Divers must have a permit for their vehicle and a permit for scuba diving for the Waukesha County Park System. Divers can register at the entrance to the park when there is an attendant on duty. After entering the park, divers should drive their vehicles to the designated diving area on the west side of the quarry.
Maximum depth: 50 feet
Average dive depth: 20 – 30 feet
Take I-94 West toward Madison (approximately 6 miles)
Merge onto US 45 North toward Fond Du Lac
Exit on Silver Spring Road (approximately 7 miles)
Turn Left on Silver Spring Road and continue West to Townline Road (approximately 7 miles)
Turn Right on Town Line Road and continue North for approximately 3 miles
Turn Right at the Menomonee Park entrance.