Photos from Loch Low‑Minn

Check out some of the great photos taken at Loch Low‑Minn by our staff and customers.


The view from our dock.
The view from the other side of the lake.
The view from our cliffside path.
The view of the lake below the cliffs.
The view of the hollow.
A nice place to sit and enjoy the view.
The road leading down to the dock.
The sun sets on another beautiful day at Loch Low-Minn.


Fossil records of paddlefish date back over 300 million years.
Paddlefish feed by opening their large mouths and swimming through swarms of zooplankton.
Paddlefish populations have declined due to overfishing and habitat destruction.
Catfish get their name from their prominent barbels, which resemble cat whiskers.
Bass are the most popular game fish in North America.


Welcome... to Loch Low-Minn!
Here, there be dragons!
Watch out, here comes Sharkey!
Don't let him get you!
A fellow of Sharkey's digest.
We shall call this land... This Land!
You never know what you'll see around the next corner.


The boundaries of the Loch Low-Minn territory.
Need a place to plan your next dive? Pull up a chair!
One of the two cabins you can rent, if you want to stay overnight.
It's not the Ritz, but it's a great place to sleep after a full day of diving.
We'll be happy to fill up your air tank. Just ask!
We can quickly refill multiple tanks to get your team ready for its next dive.
Don't worry about trudging up the hill in your wetsuit. We'll bring fresh tanks down to you!


One fin, two fin, red fin, blue fin.
All roads lead to scuba.
Take a jump into adventure!
It's a green light for diving!
Come on in, the water's fine!