Weather permitting, we will be jumping from approximately 14,000 ft. Weather and different aircraft may not allow us to reach full altitude on some days or flights.
Tandem skydiving is available to anyone who is in good general physical health and meets the basic age and weight requirements (see below). Individuals with physical limitations or disabilities can often be accomodated; please call for more information or consult your instructor when you arrive. We cannot skydive with anyone who is under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
The minimum age to make a skydive is 18. There are no exceptions.
There is no maximum age for a jumper, anyone who meets the health and weight criteria is eligible to jump.
The maximum allowable weight for a jumper is 230 lbs. We will verify your weight when you arrive. Indivudals over 210 lbs. will be charged an additional fee of $20.
Come in comfortable clothes that are appropriate for the season. Sneakers or tennis shoes are the preferred footwear, you cannot jump in open-toed shoes, sandals, high-heels, or tall boots with hooks.
Our schedule changes with the changing seasons. Full details on current availability can be found on our Reservations page.
Skydiving, like all aviation activities, is an extremely weather-dependent sport. Wind, clouds, precipitation, and storm activity all have an impact on determining whether or not it is safe to jump. In the event of inclement weather, we will attempt to notify you of weather cancellations prior to your arriving at the dropzone. If weather conditions change after you arrive and you are unable to jump on your scheduled day, we will issue you a raincheck that can be redeemed at a future date of your choosing.
You should plan to arrive at the Dropzone approximately 15-30 minutes before your scheduled jump time. This allows us to complete any missing paperwork or registration information before your jump.
The duration of your stay varies greatly, based on weather conditions, aircraft performance, and other factors. The actual jump, including training, the flight to altitude, the skydive, and any debriefing will take approximately one hour. Because of the uncertainties inherent in skydiving, it is impossible to guarantee specific time slots. We make every effort to minimize wait times, but it is likely that there will be a waiting period between your arrival time and your jump. Plan to spend a total of 3-4 hours on the dropzone. The best way to avoid waiting is to schedule your skydive as early as possible in the day, as delays tend to accumulate.
Guests and spectators are welcome. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult who is not jumping. Pets must remain leashed at all times. There is a small picnic area for spectators.
The consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited while jump operations are in progress, per FAA regulations. After the last load of skydivers takes off at the end of the day, alcohol is permitted.
The training program to becoming a licensed skydiver is called Accelerated FreeFall, or AFF. Details about that program, including pricing and links to registration, can be found on the AFF Page.