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Skydiving Roanoke VA

The dropzone is located at:

634 Airport Rd, Victoria, VA 23974

From Roanoke VA it’s approximately 139 miles or about 2 hours to the dropzone.

Direction From Roanoke VA

  • Head south on 1st St SW toward Campbell Ave SW/US-11 279 ft
  • Turn left at Campbell Ave SW/US-11 0.3 mi
  • Turn left at US-11/US-221/Williamson Rd SE 0.8 mi
  • Turn right at Orange Ave NE/US-220/US-221/US-460
  • Continue to follow US-221/US-460 25.8 mi
  • Slight right toward US-460 E (signs for Lynchburg) 0.4 mi
  • Continue straight onto US-460 E 86.9 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
  • Destination will be on the left 0.2 mi

It’s not too far from Roanoke Virginia to the drop zone and well worth the trip. Just about everyone wants to skydive at least once in their life and this is your chance. See you at the drop zone!

Roanoke Virginia

The first pioneers explored the Roanoke Valley region as early as the 17th century. An exploration party’s report in 1671 told of the “blue mountains and a snug flat valley beside the upper Roanoke River.” For the next seventy years, after this initial exploration, the region remained undisturbed by settlers.

As the land to the east of the mountains became developed, pioneers began moving into the western regions of Virginia. These early settlers from eastern Virginia were joined by people from Pennsylvania seeking new lands in the rich Shenandoah Valley. The newcomers began farming in the Roanoke Valley by 1740.

Skydiving Roanoke VA
If you want to go skydiving In Roanoke VA, you'll have to drive to a dropzone. There isn't a skydiving dropzone in Roanoke but we are here to get you ready to skydive. Give us a call or use the address in the yellow box above to make a map with Google Maps or Mapquest.