Skydive Washington, D.C.
Directions from Washington, D.C. to West Point Skydiving Adventures
As fun as it is touring the Smithsonian, sometimes you need to put your
"knees in the breeze". After you get back from West Point Skydiving
Adventures, you'll be thinking about jumping out of the planes in the
the Air & Space Center. We don't as many wild animals as they do at the
National Zoo but you can't go 120 MPH vertically in the Giraffe exibit.
Now that you're ready (and excited), click on the following link to get a
maps to the dropzone!
Directions from Washington, D.C..
Directions from Washington D.C.
- Get on I-95 South
- Take exit 98 VA-30 East toward West Point
- Turn left at 14th St/VA-33
- Turn right on Airport Rd. (there is a small green sign)
- Follow the road until it dead ends (about a mile) and look for the
grey airplane hangar.
If your vacationing with your family (or if you're not), bring them
along. They'd love to see your jump and we love spectators. If you see
someone wearing a paracute, strike a up a conversation. We love to talk
about the skydiving.
Note: Airport Rd. is a residential road. Please observe the 25 MPH speed limit.