5 Wisconsin Skydiving Clubs Worth Visiting

Sometimes the best way to see Wisconsin is from 13,000 feet above with a parachute strapped to your back. In the 30 seconds you’re freefalling at 120 mph, you can see Wisconsin’s beautiful and diverse landscape: lakes, prairies, forests, grasslands and farmlands.

While it’s not for everyone, skydiving in Wisconsin is a site to see if you can face the fall! Speaking of—ready to fall in love with Wisconsin? Let us open the door for you with 5 prime skydiving spots.

Wisconsin Skydiving Center - Jefferson

Braving the high skies since 1998—this spot is known for offering five-star service and group rates.

  • Open the first weekend of April through the first weekend of November, book online or over the phone.
  • Special notes: Divers must go tandem their first time.

Green Bay Skydivers, Inc. - Pulaski

This skydive club promises one heck of a view of Lake Michigan.

  • Classes are normally held Saturday and Sunday, April-October. Year-round jumps are offered, but not always recommended.
  • Jump with your friends—Green Bay Skydivers offers classes for up to 15 people!

Seven Hills Skydivers - Madison

This skydiving hot spot is proud home to World Record holders, National Champions and the 7 Hills Rhythm and Booms Skydive Demo Team.

Indianhead Sport Parachute Club - Chippewa Falls

These guys have been in business for over 40 years, so you know they know what they’re doing.

  • Static line classes run late June through October.
  • Make it a weekend affair! Camping spots and free WIFI are available for your convenience.  

Skydive Midwest - Sturtevant

Jaw-dropping Milwaukee skylines and Lake Michigan views accentuate this high-speed thrill.

  • Open April-October, you can schedule a dive seven days a week.  Be sure to book an appointment—flights fill up fast.
  • You can save money if you bring your friends! Group organizers can jump for as little as FREE, and a group of five can save up to $250. 

Ready to make the plunge? Here are the top things to pack—courtesy of Wisconsin Skydiving Center:

  • Sneakers
  • Warm weather? Shorts and a t-shirt
  • Chilly? Running pants, tight sweatshirts or thin fleeces
  • Photo identification with your birthdate

Do you have a favorite Wisconsin skydiving location or story to share? Let us know in a comment below.

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