Sky Diving.
Hot Air Balloons.
Scuba Diving.
ATV Rides.

YES! You must to be 18 or older. For you eternal teenagers, there is no upper age limit. We do request a doctor’s note if you are over 70. (call us and ask on this one if you have further questions).
If we are not able to jump because of weather, we can reschedule your jump for another day of your choosing.
Look under Pricing for more information. Unless otherwise stated all prices are per person per skydive, and include tax.
Reservations are strongly recommended in order for us to provide you with the best customer service. People without reservations will be accepted on a space available basis.
All of our instructors are USPA rated instructors, most of whom have over 2,000 skydives.
We will try, as much as possible, to keep your group together. However, groups more than 3 will most likely be split.
ATV, is a motorized, off-highway recreational vehicle 50 inches or less in width with a dry weight of 800 pounds or less that travels on three or more low pressure tires, has a saddle or seat for the operator and is designed for or capable of cross-country travel on or immediately over land, water, sand, snow, ice, marsh, swampland or other natural terrain. Most riders refer to a Class I All-Terrain Vehicle as an ATV or quad.
ATV=“All-Terrain Vehicle”; OHV = “Off-Highway Vehicle”; UTV = “Utility Vehicle.”

Oregon law defines all motorized off-road vehicles, other than snowmobiles, as “All-terrain Vehicles.” These are divided into four classes.

Oregon Parks and Recreation Department developed the Oregon OHV Guide, which contains a map and listing of the designated ATV areas within Oregon. Specific trail maps may be available for areas you are interesting in riding. OPRD does not have maps of these areas, but the local land manager may.
All certified divers are required to do a scuba orientation on the day of arrival and provide a medical evaluation form.
The medical questionnaire is available on this website or will be provided at the resort prior to your first dive.