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Skydiving Charlottesville VA

Charlottesville Virginia, the home to the University Of Virginia, is also the home to people who love to skydive! No Limits Skydiving is an easy and very scenic drive. It’ll take a little while but it’ll be worth it. Tandem skydives or Accelerated Freefall skydives (AFF) will have you freefalling at 120 mph until your parachute deploys and you guide the canopy to the ground. If you know someone that is about to graduate from college, get them a skydiving gift certificate. There’s no better way to celebrate finishing college than with a skydive.

The dropzone is located at:

634 Airport Rd, Victoria, VA 23974

From Charlottesville, VA it’s approximately 117 miles or about an hour and a half to the dropzone.

Directions from Charlottesville VA

  • Take the ramp onto 250 Bypass/US-250
  • Continue to follow US-250 15.8 mi
  • Turn right at US-15 55.7 mi
  • Take the ramp to US-15 E/US-460 E 282 ft
  • Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Keysville/US-15 S/Petersburg/US-460 E and merge onto US-15 E/US-460 E
  • Continue to follow US-460 E 19.6 mi
  • Take the ramp onto US-360/US-460
  • Continue to follow US-460 5.7 mi
  • Turn right at The Falls Rd/VA-49
  • Continue to follow VA-49 15.1 mi
  • Continue on Main St/VA-40
  • Continue to follow VA-40 3.6 mi
  • Turn right at Airport Rd/VA-736

We have the parachutes and all of the gear you need. You can make a tandem or AFF skydive. We’ll see you at the drop zone.

charlottesville va

Charlottesville was established by an Act of the Virginia Assembly in 1762 as a gridded courthouse town, serving the newly defined Albemarle County. Twenty eight one acre blocks (200 feet square) were laid out along a pre-existing east/west thoroughfare called the Three Notch’d Road. This route connected Richmond and the tidewater region with a gap in the Blue Ridge mountains, thus providing access to the Shenandoah Valley. This early and important transportation link is now paralleled by State Route 250 and Interstate 64. In the immediate vicinity of contemporary Charlottesville, Three Notch’d Road corresponds with Main Street between downtown and the University to the west, and Market Street as it leads toward the Rivanna River and the Woolen Mills neighborhood to the east.

Skydiving Charlottesville VA
Skydiving In Charlottesville VA: There isn't a skydiving dropzone in Charlottesville. Fortunately, No Limits Skydiving is ready to make your skydiving dreams a reality and we'll save you some money.We have the lowest skydiving prices within 200 miles.