Lone Star Parachute Center's U.S. Parachute Association–certified instructors really know their jumps—each has completed an average of more than 4,000 skydives apiece. The instructors' ample experience helps them to securely guide thrill-seekers during tandem jumps, solo skydives, and bouts of spontaneous levitation. While awaiting take-off, patrons can picnic in the observation area as they watch other jumpers land, gearing up for their own leaps or adding to their collection of candid cloud photos.
Everyone deserves to treat themselves every once in a while so head to Skydive San Marcos in Lockhart today and have some fun.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So if you're looking for a fun time, make plans to visit Skydive San Marcos.
After 13 years as a skydiver, Joseph Johnson leapt into a new mission: to become the first franchised skydiving operation in the country. With two locations in two states under his belt so far, he aims to rise above his competitors by offering distinctive features such as a choice of altitudes (13,000, 18,000, or 24,000 feet) and pre-jump training that equips skydivers with the ability to deploy, steer, and land their own chute, even when they’re flying tandem with a licensed instructor. Planes can carry as many as 17 people in one trip, making it ideal for group outings and airborne performances by jazz orchestras, and helmet cams capture the audio and visuals of the entire flight.