New Skydiving Equipment

We are very busy getting ready for our 2020 season. This includes updating all our equipment that needs replacing. We have just purchased to brand new TNT parachute containers from Strong Enterprises. As you can see, we spare no expense for the skydiving safety of our guests and staff.

These new systems have new safety features along with a new design made for comfort. They have received a big thumbs up from our experienced staff.

If you live anywhere in Virginia and looking to make a skydive then we hope you decide to join us. We are within a hour drive of VA Beach, Richmond, Williamsburg, Fredericksburg, and the tri-city areas.

Our Victoria location is close to Roanoke, Lynchburg, and Charlottesville, Virginia.

Virginia is such a great place to make a skydive because of the gorgeous landscape. At our West Point location, you are in free fall over three rivers. We are the only Drop Zone in Virginia that you can jump over water!

We hope to see you for your first skydive soon.

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