At Skydive Perris we’ve been skydiving Los Angeles and Orange County for 40+ years. New and experienced skydivers from across the globe take advantage of the facilities and amenities which separate Skydive Perris from any other skydiving center in the US. Enjoy our private airport, used exclusively for skydiving in Los Angeles, the "Bombshelter" Sports Bar and Restaurant, pool and deck. We can turn your group’s skydiving experience into a great party to be remembered for years!
Perris Indoor Skydiving
Welcome to Skydive Perris, one of the largest skydiving centers in the world! We have been skydiving Los Angeles for 40+ years. Skydive Perris is one of two centers in the world to have an indoor skydiving simulator on site, allowing us to have the most efficient, high quality instruction available to skydive Los Angeles. No other skydiving center in California can provide you with the ultimate experience of skydiving LA inside and outside! We have options perfect for groups, office team building outings and for birthday parties at any age!
New and experienced skydivers from across the globe take advantage of the facilities
and amenities which separate us from any other center. Enjoy the safety and excitement of
our private airport, used exclusively for skydiving with wide open landing areas around us
and clear airspace above. The Bombshelter Sports Bar and Restaurant, pool and deck can
turn your group’s skydiving experience into a great party. Groups of 10 or more first time
jumpers can jump at the same time with highly trained Instructors from the largest fleet
of aircraft on the West Coast.
If you’re looking to skydive in Southern California, take one look at our private airport and facilities and you'll know why you want to jump with us at Skydive Perris! Groups of 10 or more first time jumpers can skydive Los Angeles at the same time with highly trained instructors, tandem skydiving from the largest fleet of skydiving aircraft on the West Coast. Did you know, we’re also home of the Women's World Record Largest Freefall Formation, which included 181 women from over 26 countries?!