Skydiving in Oshkosh


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  • Skydive Adventure
    As the owners of Skydive Adventure, Bill and Donna-Marie Hasenfus run a pretty tight ship. For one, their company is a member of the United States Parachute Association, ensuring everything from its staff to its equipment is up to par. Bill himself has been jumping out of planes and training students for nearly half a century. He puts that experience to good use at Skydive Adventure: for the past two decades, the company has taught up to 1,500 first-time students in a given year. For those who just want to feel the rush of a skydive?and enjoy a bird's-eye view of Wisconsin's lakes, rivers, and seasonal changes?Skydive Adventure also offers tandem jumps.
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    4028 Rivermoor Rd
    Omro, WI US
  • Soaring Adventures of America-Milwaukee
    For the past 34 years, Soaring Adventures of America, which boasts an A+ Better Business Bureau rating, has presented earth-bound clients a variety of ways to explore the skies. Their balloon rides take crews of up to four on a peaceful journey to heights as high as 2,000 feet in the air, capped off with a champagne or fruit juice toast. The pilots are FAA commercially certified, and the balloons are inspected for every 100 hours of flight to ensure a safe experience.
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    Merchant will provide redemption location upon scheduling.
    Madison, WI US
  • Skydive Milwaukee
    Despite their name, The Sky Knights won't swoop down to earth on a dragon?instead, they use a parachute. Since its founding in 1963, the club has helped others take their first skydiving plunge via tandem jumps or work toward becoming USPA-certified skydivers. They conduct all of their classes and aerial excursions at Skydive Milwaukee, a dedicated drop zone extending up to 13,500 feet above the Wisconsin countryside. Whether briefing visitors pre-jump in their climate-controlled classrooms or strapping them in with an instructor for their first 50-second free fall, the company adheres to all FAA and United States Parachute Association rules and recommendations and uses only FAA-certified teaching equipment fitted with automatic reserve-activation devices. The center, meanwhile, features open-air grills and an observation deck?allowing even those on the ground to partake in the pulse-pounding thrills.
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    W1341 County Highway L
    East Troy, WI US
  • Whitewater Hang Gliding
    Sportations connects amateur adrenaline jockeys to certified professional adventurers, drawing from a nationwide network of aeronauts and speed demons to introduce habitual pedestrians to the wonders of skydiving, ballooning, hang gliding, and stock-car racing. Thrill seekers can zipline across a forest canopy, hollering like Tarzan or taunting nearby birds until they agree to race. Helicopter tours ferry patrons skyward over landmarks and cityscapes, whereas paragliding adventures get up close and personal with blue skies and clouds. For most sports, Sportations accommodates groups of any size, from physics classes empirically proving gravity's existence to solo ballooning supervillains declaring dominion over all they see.
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    755 N Tratt St.
    Whitewater, WI US
  • Skydiving Great Lakes
    Jumping out of an airplane is always more fun with company?especially if it's your first jump. Hence Skydiving Great Lakes' tandem skydives, during which customers plunge through the air while strapped to an instructor. After a 30- to 60-second freefall, the expert deftly deploys the parachute, initiating a lazy canopy ride lasting up to nine minutes. Visitors can also learn to dive alone?and execute cool aerial flips?in the company's seven-level skydiving school.
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    Gutzmers Twin Oaks Airport
    Whitewater, WI US
  • Skydive Midwest
    Skydive Midwest's U.S. Parachute Association?certified instructors have completed an average of more than 4,000 skydives each. The instructors' ample explorations of gravity and comprehensive training sessions, which are held onsite, help them to securely guide thrill-seekers during tandem jumps, solo jumps, and bouts of spontaneous levitation. Skydivers leap from a sleek and speedy DeHavilland Twin Otter jump ship, which boasts a glitzy new paint job, lightweight bench seating for 23 people, and the ability to climb to 14,500 feet in only 18 minutes.
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    13851 56th Rd.
    Sturtevant, WI US
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