If you’re looking for a world-class skydiving experience near San Diego – welcome to Skydive Perris! Our dropzone has been serving Southern California for over 40 years and is the destination for Hollywood’s most famous stars who seek life’s greatest adventure (just as you do!).
Skydive Perris is the training home to some of the world’s greatest skydiving athletes and military elite forces as well as a large community of skydiving hobbyists who venture to us from not just San Diego and Los Angeles, but throughout the entire world!
Despite the accolades we’ve received through 40+ years of operation, what we’re most well-known for is our passion for skydiving, reputation for customer service and our safety culture. This is the ultimate reason why first-time skydivers and licensed skydivers make the short drive from San Diego to jump with us.
We believe that we’re only as good as our last operational day and we strive to ensure that all who arrive at our campus are treated with respect. It is our goal that all of our guests depart feeling as if they’ve had a world-class, and even life-changing experience. We invite you to see why residents of San Diego and the So Cal region have chosen Skydive Perris for decades!
San Diego Skydiving – We’re Closer Than You Think!
Skydive Perris is located approximately 80 miles due north of the city (about an hour and 20-minute drive) straight up I-15 N followed by a quick ride on I-215 N. Upon arrival, you’ll be amazed by our skydiving campus which includes an on-site indoor skydiving facility, a restaurant, and bar, a comprehensive fleet of aircraft (the largest in California), a massive landing area (read: lots of space for landing) while being amongst some of the world’s most decorated skydivers starting with our General Manager, Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld – a member of the International Skydiving Hall of Fame for his achievements which include multi-World and National Championships.
Why Is There No Skydiving in Downtown San Diego?
If you Google, ‘skydiving near San Diego’ or search for any skydiving center near any major city, you’ll discover that most skydiving centers are located at least 30 minutes or more from the city and the reason for this is airspace – we need to skydive without a lot of interference from the major airlines! It’s for this reason why we jump in Perris Valley! We have clean airspace as well as lots of land which allows us plenty of room to expand our facilities and a large space for landing whether it be for tandem skydiving operations or major world record skydiving attempts.
Closest Skydiving to San Diego?
Skydive Perris is not the closest skydiving center to San Diego, and we want to be transparent about this to avoid any confusion. That said, we are a popular skydiving destination for residents and visitors of San Diego for all the reasons mentioned above, but most of all, we want you to take away our ultimate value proposition which revolves around a more complete skydiving experience.
We believe a great skydiving experience goes beyond the simple aspect of exiting an aircraft, free-falling, and landing safely. Just like eating out at a restaurant, a great dining experience goes beyond just the food. Skydive Perris is a family-owned business driven by owners who care about the complete experience which starts at how people are treated. Our values are tied to the Golden Rule – treat others as you wish to be treated. Though we skydive every day, we recognize that skydiving is indeed scary and not without risk. We want all of our guests to feel cared for and be allowed to experience the joy that skydiving in an environment that celebrates each of our guest’s achievements!
Are You Ready To Skydive?
Whether you’d like to join us for an indoor skydiving or an outdoor skydiving experience (or both in the same day), booking couldn’t be any easier! Click the ‘Book Now’ button in the upper right-hand corner of our website and choose your adventure. The rest is easy! Also, be sure to check out our specials page to ensure you get the best possible promotion!
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This post was written by Gabriel