Located 70 miles southeast of Los Angeles, Skydive Perris is the only skydiving resort center in California. Discover the West Coast's largest fleet of skydiving aircraft along with an amazing indoor skydiving facility.
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Learn to skydive at the Perris Skydiving School, home to experienced and knowledgeable instructors. Get your feet wet via tandem skydiving, where you're harnessed to an instructor during your jump. It all begins with an introductory briefing from the instructor, followed by an aircraft ride that goes to 12,500 feet. You'll then jump from the plane securely harnessed to your instructor, freefalling for about 60 seconds. The parachute will open at 5,000 feet, allowing the two of you to float down to earth for a spectacular soft landing.
Perris Indoor Skydiving
There's no better way to get the feel for skydiving than by experiencing the Skydive Perris indoor skydiving wind tunnel. The only skydiving wind tunnel located on a drop zone in Southern California, the 96-foot state-of-the-art facility simulates freefall, allowing beginners to become comfortable with the idea of jumping from an airplane. The wind tunnel is perfect for jumpers of all skill levels to hone their skydiving skills. Skydive Perris provides programs designed for pre-AFF skydiving students to competitive skydivers. These programs include one-on-one training, relative work and free-flying skills.
Skydive Perris Fleet
Boasting the largest turbine fleet on the West Coast, Skydive Perris is able to handle groups in a much more efficient manner, especially groups seeking to jump together or engage in formation skydives. The aircraft fleet is comprised of one Skyvan (a tailgate aircraft), two Super Twin Otters, a Super 300 Twin Otter, and a DC-9 jet. Skydive Perris is known for its generous free fall time due to its turbine-powered planes, which reach an altitude of 12,500 feet.