Choose Between Two Options
- $185 for a 7,500-foot tandem skydiving jump (a $325 value)
- $255 for a 14,000-foot tandem jump and AFF ground school for solo-jump training (a $545 value)
Designed with first-time jumpers in mind, the tandem jump lets participants free fall from 7,500 feet up while harnessed to an experienced, USPA-certified instructor. Attending AFF ground school prepares students for performing an accelerated-freefall solo jump and puts them on the path toward becoming a licensed skydiver. Check out Skydive Tecumseh’s What to Expect and FAQ pages for more information.
The 7,500-foot tandem jump option expires July 28, 2014 while the 14,000-foot tandem jump and AFF ground school expires October 31, 2014.
A skydiver descends toward the earth, his red-and-white parachute contrasting against a picturesque scene of azure sky and the springtime grass. It’s just another day at Skydive Tecumseh, where instructors have been taking first-time jumpers and experienced skydivers on exhilarating freefalls for nearly 50 years. Manning aircrafts such a Cessna Super Caravan, Skydive Tecumseh’s flight team ushers parties 7,500 feet into the clouds for tandem and solo jumps that reach speeds of up to 120 miles per hour, much like a cheetah on roller skates. A drop zone with three separate landing areas awaits skydivers on the ground, and a picnic area allows visitors to watch their friends glide safely back to earth. In addition to organizing jumps, the instructors—all certified through the United States Parachuting Association—operate a ground school, where they help clients earn skydiving licenses.