How old do you have to be to skydive in Stockton?

Whenever you come in for your skydive in Stockton, you'll first be asked to sign a waiver before you can take your dive. You'll have to be at least 18 years old to sign this legally binding agreement, which is a requirement when skydiving in Stockton. This requirement is not only implemented when skydiving in Stockton, California, it is also mandatory all throughout the USA.

How much does it cost to go skydiving?

How much you'll pay for skydiving jumps depends on the type of that experience. For the very least expensive option in skydiving in Stockton, opt to tandem jump. Typically, prices depend also on the cost of gas and the current seasonal demand. To find out more about our prices, please call us directly and let our experts address your concerns.

Is there a way to record the skydiving jump?

Definitely! Skydiving Near Stockton has video packages that will capture your entire skydiving day, from airplane ride to landing. Our network videographers will get a small interview with you before you boarding the airplane and during the ascension to altitude. The videographer will exit the aircraft with you and catch your entire skydiving freefall on DVD! The videographer will also land prior to you to ensure that your landing is caught on tape, as well.

Can skydivers bring along their own cameras for their dive?

We encourage you to bring your own camera and take some pictures, or possibly video, from the ground. Cameras are not to be brought onto the aircraft prior to your skydiving jump.

How fast and high will I go?

The altitude that each skydive is performed at is dependent on the weather and wind for the day. Most tandem skydives are conducted at a maximum of 14,000 feet above the ground. You can expect to hit speeds of up to 120mph within the first few moments of your freefall.

Will my group of friends all dive simultaneously?

For the most part, we do our best to guarantee you have the very best possible group of people to dive with. You may be able to jump all together, but take into consideration a few things first. It is important to understand that there is a short delay in between skydivers out of the plane, which means that you might not be able to freefall or parachute ride down all together. Many of our groups and partners choose to go on separate loads so that they can see their friends freefall and land.

What if a friend or family member does not want to jump?

Bring your friends and family along with you to watch you skydive even though they do not wish to dive themselves right now. Anyone that is not jumping will be welcomed to the viewing area for the full time you are on the airplane.