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Skydiving Fredericksburg VA

If you live in Fredericksburg, you might think you should head to Washington, DC to go skydiving. It’s not true, there’s no drop zone in D.C. or in the city. Come down to No Limits Skydiving when you are ready to make your first skydive. We have everything you need and love to jump with first time jumpers. Our staff is certified by the USPA, the organization that oversees safety and training for the sport. If you aren’t sure if you want to jump, give us a call and we can answer your questions.

The dropzone is located at:

634 Airport Rd, Victoria, VA 23974

From Fredericksburg, VA it’s approximately 120 miles or about 2 hours to the drop zone.

Directions From Fredericksburg, VA

  • Merge onto I-95 S via the ramp to Richmond 51.2 mi
  • Take exit 79 to merge onto I-195 S toward Powhite Pkwy 2.6 mi
  • Continue onto VA-76 W (Partial toll road) 11.8 mi
  • Take the exit onto VA-288 S toward US-360/I-95/Amella/Chesterfield 2.8 mi
  • Exit onto US-360 W/Hull Street Rd toward Amelia 16.2 mi
  • Turn left at VA-153 S/Military Rd 17.2 mi
  • Turn right at US-460 W/E Colonial Trail Hwy 2.9 mi
  • Turn left at US-460 BUS W/Cox Rd 3.8 mi
  • Continue onto VA-40 W/S Main St 11.1 mi
  • Turn right at VA-40 W/Main St 3.0 mi
  • Turn left at Airport Rd/State Route 736 0.5 mi

No Limits Skydiving is around a 2 hour drive from Fredericksburg, VA depending on how fast you drive. Don’t get a speed ticket.

Captain John Smith, while charting the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, reached this area in 1608, his westernmost exploration in the New World. Before Fredericksburg was founded, Alexander Spotswood established an iron industry in the upstream wilderness. Across the Rappahannock River from the newly established town, a boy named George Washington grew to manhood. Six months before Yorktown, the Marquis de Lafayette and a division of Continental soldiers hurried through these urban blocks and headed south to confront Lord Cornwallis and his British Regulars coming up from the Carolinas. … and the rest is history.

Skydiving Fredericksburg VA