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Yet another one in the Bucket list ticked off- but undoubtedly the best experience. At the age of 60 plus there not much that one hasn't done and luckily my wife and self are in a fairly good shape to undertake adventures. So listing the...More
We were there to attend a special memorial service for one of the skydivers. the community and facility was wonderful. Witnessed lots of new people giving the sport a try.
Well organized and managed. Safety seemed paramount. Nice atmosphere.
I went to Skydive Elsinore today for a 65th birthday jump (tandem). it was awesome, thrilling, exciting ...I just don't have enough words to explain it. You will have to go jump for yourself to understand what it feels like to hang out up in...More
Did this for my 31st birthday and all I can say is I can't wait to go again. Well worth the price and YOU MUST GET THE VIDEO PACK. Once you get over your initial fear you will enjoy every second of the fall and...More
Lake Elsinore was my second time skydiving, and I much preferred it to Spain. It's so much more relaxed and the grounds are much larger.
the drop zone is pretty big so plenty of space to land!
The price for jump tickets is pretty cheap...More
I just spent a day at Elsinore as a fun jumper and found the place to be very organized. They briefed me well, the staff was nice to me and I liked the vibe. I felt like a cool dropzone to hang around, but we...More
We have been considering skydiving for several years. When the time finally came to set the date, we selected Skydive Elsinore because of their location, the longevity of their business, and their customer service. We were not disappointed. It was easy to make an appointment....More
So much fun here... WS coaches on site, FF guys n gals to learn from n play with.
Without a doubt one of the most welcoming DZs around.
And not forgetting manifest who laid it all out just to keep the planes turning...