Best Skydiving In Houston – Don’t worry about online skydiving agents, they can send you hours of skydiving with the best! Our family business has been training world class divers in the Houston area for over 18 years. We offer the most modern facilities and equipment and the safest and most efficient way to learn to skydive with our Tandem Progression and Skydiver Training Program (STP). And we have several full-time turbine pilots and managers for our wonderful fun jumpers every weekend!
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× Desktop Tablet Phone Add Review Previous 1 2 3 Next Page 1 of 3 Very Helpful Newest MISFIT5 0 January 21, 2014 0 of 0 Members found this review helpful 0 / 0 Members 5 Professional: 5 Services: 5 Location: 4 Facilities: 5 Vibe : 5 Planes: 5 I have nothing but good things to say about the drop zone and the people you meet there. I would recommend Spaceland to every jumper I know / I will be back again! Share this review link to review offaxis Aug 0. 6, 2013 0 members found this review helpful 0 / 0 member 5 Professional: 5 Services: 5 Location: 5 Facilities: 5 Atmosphere: 5 Flight: 5 I actually have two other skydiving locations. originally planned to go when I lived in Austin, TX, but after a little research and talking to some local jumpers I ended up going to Spaceland. I couldn’t have chosen better. As far as I’m concerned, this is my home. Share this review Link to review flyngrudy18 0 May 21, 2013 0 members found this review helpful Skydive at Spaceland, Rosharon last Sunday, really good experience. Starting with manifest staff, jumpers, packers, everyone is very friendly and welcome me. They had a single otter that day, the turnaround was very fast, they had a beautiful pond and a nice green area. Simply put: beautiful, if you’re in Texas, the place is a must-see. Share this review link to review SkyHighFreeFly and have been an A license jumper for a while and I am about to move to my B license. They have excellent instructors throughout the program and definitely make the experience fun. I go every few weeks and do 3-6 jumps a day. They are all very safety conscious and really put a lot of emphasis on checking the gears, checking the belts and knowing what to do in case of a malfunction. They are very busy on the weekends, sometimes the teachers have to switch between many students or go to dances, which slows down the work, but they are very busy. Their student rigs are all Javelin containers with navigators up to 230 square meters Saber2 and Cypress 2 AAD up to 280 or 300 square meters. They provide students with cheap goggles and helmets, an Alti-Trac or Viso 2 altimeter, and they have a rack of bev to keep your size. I recommend buying the basics (helmet, goggles, altimeter) when starting the project. Once you have determined the type of jump, you want to get the jumpsuit (free or relative work). When I got my license, I continued to rent while bought used I regret. They reserve their rental equipment for students, so if I go on a weekend and they have a ton of students, I have to wait until they run out of rigs. If I could do it over again, I would buy the rig earlier to avoid the waiting game. And it takes a while for the packers to get to your chute when they are flooded. Nothing against them, they just don’t have enough packers for the number of jumpers they move. During the week, if the weather is good, they run 1 flight per day and on a good day around 10 flights. On weekends in good weather they fly at least 2, sometimes 3 and I can’t tell you how many. Maybe 50+. They fly the Supervan, the Twin Otter and sometimes the Skyvan. They also have a Cessna that they sometimes use to find chop chutes. The place is very nice and well maintained. There are two seats to sit in the cold. The rooms are spacious, carpeted and air-conditioned. There are tons of TVs everywhere with GoPro connections and lockers to store your gear. Upstairs there is a deli and a viewing area with booths and tables on the terrace. Experienced jumpers (C license and above) can land on the decorated grass in front of the DZ. New jumpers step aside and walk onto the grass path. There is also a pond if you are feeling lazy. There is a board where they adjust for the wind at altitude, and several overhead maps and a tetrahedron to guide landing points and patterns. The only drag is that it’s about 30 minutes away from everything, but nowhere in a popular area so it comes with the territory. They have bunk rooms for people to crash in, but I live in Houston so I haven’t been there. There are showers and washing machines and if you’ve ever stayed in a hostel, you know what it’s like. There are all kinds of jumpers here. There are many tandems and students, but there is a large community of flyers who jump here religiously. Many are belly fliers and fun jumpers but there is no shortage of freeflying and some wingsuiters too. Bauch started organizing many jumps to work on the flight team, but before that it was difficult to divide into families and jump in groups. It is not unusual to see 20-way jumps and sometimes they fill two flights for 40-way jumps. They have tons of instructors for all skills and have camps and courses for specific skills. They have camps for minors, majors, free flights and certified canopy instructors. Promotional stores are also very useful here. Cara took the time to teach me what tools to look for and what to avoid. She helped me design and order my new gear after discovering that buying used is harder than it looks. Hop and pops are $14. Full altitude (14,000 feet) $25. Gear rental is another $25 per jump. If you buy 3 large items through their ProShop, you can get $35 rent per day. And if you buy a set of 100 jumps, it’s $2,200 instead of $2,500 if you buy them individually. It’s a good jump in Houston at 0 feet above sea level, so you can go higher and get more free fall time. I jump into Front Colorado and at 11,000 feet we are actually at the density level of 18,000 feet and it starts to feel a bit like a long Cessna flight. These flights reach altitude within 10-15 minutes depending on air traffic and I have never felt so light. As for tandem assessments, my only advice would be to make an appointment in the morning and go on time. I had two previous tandems at another place, but Spaceland had me do one more tandem before I started my AFF to make sure I was good to go. I had an appointment at 7:30 the day before, and I got on the plane right away. But if you’re running on a weekend afternoon, you might have to wait a while. Overall it’s amazing and I’m over it