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.
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.
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!
This skydiving hot spot is proud home to World Record holders, National Champions and the 7 Hills Rhythm and Booms Skydive Demo Team.
- Instructor Assisted Deployment (IAD) Classes run mid-April through early -October. Tandem jumps run mid-April through October on Saturdays and Sundays and require reservations.
- There are lots of special packages available, so be sure to check the website before you go.
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:
- 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.