As a full service scuba shop, we provide service to the Ark-La-Tex with superior Scuba Training, CPR/AED training, Travel and much more. We opened the doors on our new facility in June of 2005 and our customers have made it a success. Offering PADI Training, we teach scuba that is recognized world wide as the best. Our primary operation is scuba, teaching recreational level as well as public safety diving programs. All in all, we offer water skills training of all types with skilled instruction by highly qualified instructors so we may help our customers have an enjoyable experience in whatever water experience they choose.

Red River Scuba has the goal of being

TRANSFORMATION, we transform the every day life into a fun and exhilarating lifestyle. Scuba is in a class all its own. A buddy style sport that takes you to places all over the world, or right in your own back yard. Providing you with experiences that pictures can only begin to describe and tales you can only understand if you have been there!


Get Ready!┬áHang on!┬áLet’s go dive!

16 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. Are there any requirements to get a job as a lifeguard or to teach swimming lessons? I took y’all’s course when I was younger.

    1. Sarah, you need to be current for most pools to allow you to work as a lifeguard. We no longer have a pool as we sold the building last January.

  2. I am inquiring about your scuba certification program, when do you offer them and how much do they cost? thanks, Linda

    1. Linda, I am sorry for the untimely reply. We were out to sea on a trip when you sent this and the domino effect has come into play. This page lists most of the info you requested such as costs and any details about the class. As far as offering, we have classes based on needs at this time of year due to we run really slow due to football, hunting and winter seasons. We do have regular classes @ LSUS as well as private courses. If you happen to have a class participation of 3 or more, you can create your own class. If you bring 4 you will receive a class discount of $25 per person.

  3. Good morning!

    When we moved here, an associate of RRS gave me a plastic Dive Flag card with a barcode on the back. #01012.

    I cannot recall what it was for. Can you help?

  4. I was certified last year in the open water course, but I can’t find my PADI card. How do I go about getting a replacement?

  5. Hello, I just move here from CA with the Air Force. I have 4 scuba tanks I would like to donate. They are 4 “J” valves that would need a visual and a hydro. I would like to see them go to a good cause. I look forward to hearing from you.
    Thank You

    1. David, I am sorry I did not get a timely reply. While the tanks are typically sentimental, tanks have a shelf life and “J” valves are a sign of extremely aged tanks. We actually have quite a few of them which have either failed inspection or the owners no longer wanted after Hydro. Thank you so much for the offer but we need to decline.

  6. A teacher recommended Red River Scuba for basic swimming lessons for children. Do you still offer these? I have two 8 year olds and a 5 year old and want lessons for all 3. Thanks!

    1. Thanks for asking Amanda. We sold the facility in which we did swim lessons in January and no longer offer them.

    1. Discover scuba is designed for ages 10 and up. The course is operated through the LSUS program and I believe they have a cost of $50 for a 3 hour program.

  7. I am wondering if you guys give classes for lifeguard certification. I am wanting to be a lifeguard this summer and I am trying to find a place were I can get certified.

    1. Hello Kristin! We no longer offer life guard training. As far as I know the Shreveport Chapter of the American Red Cross is no longer offering either. I do know LSUS has perhaps 2 classes scheduled to take place for these training programs. You might check with them.

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