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Skydiving Suffolk VA

The dropzone is located at:

634 Airport Rd, Victoria, VA 23974

From Suffolk VA it’s approximately 104 miles or a little more than 2 hours to the dropzone.

Directions From Suffolk VA

  • Head northwest on US-13/VA-337/E Washington St toward S Main St/US-13/VA-32
  • Continue to follow E Washington St 1.3 mi
  • Continue on 58/Holland Rd 1.5 mi
  • Turn left at Holland Rd/US-58
  • Continue to follow US-58 71.6 mi
  • Take the US 58 Bus exit toward Lawrenceville 0.3 mi
  • Merge onto 58 1.3 mi
  • Turn right at W Church St/VA-46
  • Continue to follow VA-46 12.6 mi
  • Turn left at Danieltown Rd/VA-137 0.5 mi
  • Turn left to stay on Danieltown Rd/VA-137
  • Continue to follow VA-137 3.7 mi
  • Turn left at Dundas Rd/VA-137 2.5 mi
  • Turn left to stay on Dundas Rd/VA-137 1.6 mi
  • Turn right at S Hill Rd/VA-137/VA-138
  • Continue to follow VA-137/VA-138 3.8 mi
  • Turn left at N Broad St/VA-40
  • Continue to follow VA-40 3.2 mi
  • Turn left at Airport Rd/VA-736
  • Destination will be on the left 0.2 mi

The drive from Suffolk VA is very scenic. The traffic on US-58 isn’t bad. Relax on your trip because once you get to No Limits Skydiving, you’ll have the most exciting tandem skydive you can imagine.

Native Americans lived off the bountiful land in Suffolk. Back in 1609, the Nansemond Indians drove out Captain John Smith, who was interested in the oyster beds in the Nansemond River. This river, the commerce it helped create, and the English settlers who recognized the opportunity they would have here, gave birth in 1742 to the Town of Suffolk, named after Governor William Gooch’s home of Suffolk County, England. Burned by the British in 1779 and damaged by other fires throughout the next century, Suffolk survived to become a city in 1910. In 1974, it became the present City of Suffolk, consolidating with the towns of Holland and Whaleyville, and the County of Nansemond. The end result was a new municipality encompassing a total of 430 square miles, making it the largest city in land area in Virginia and the 11th largest in the country. In 1912, an Italian immigrant named Amedeo Obici moved from Pennsylvania to Suffolk and opened Planters Nut and Chocolate Company. Today, Suffolk remains a major peanut processing center and transportation hub.

Skydiving Suffolk VA
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