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Skydive Toledo

Average Rating: 4.50
4.50 out of 5 based on 12 user reviews

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Ed Carlson Memorial Field, South Lewis County Airport (KTDO)
Lat: 46.47617
Lng: -122.80895

5219 Jackson Hwy
Toledo, Washington 98591
United States

360-864-2230  (9330 Hits)

Last Updated: 2016-11-02
Caravan, Cessna 182, Piper Navajo

Training: AFF, S/L, Tandem

AAD: Not Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Required

AFF: 314 USD
S/L: 209 USD
Tandem: 215 USD
Video: 85 USD
Jump Ticket: 25 USD to 13000 ft



  • Gear Rentals
  • Gear Sales
  • Rigging Services
  • Covered Packing Area
  • Creeping Area
  • Video Rooms
  • Coaches
  • Load Organizers
  • Bunkhouse
  • Camping
  • Showers

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Don't waste your time

Skydive Toledo Rated 2 by: 1Serene on 2013-07-01

Pros: 2 friendly and funny Skydive instructors (Mickey & Ryan)
Cons: Poor expectations setting and rude front desk

Scheduled for noon and didn't jump til 4:30pm. Definitely don't schedule your day around this. Jump itself was ok, but the experience around it, was less than par. Don't waste your time.
(Review ID:8015)

Great drop zone with a gorgeous view

Skydive Toledo Rated 5 by: hlheagney on 2013-06-10

Pros: Very nice location, great people, family oriented, bigger plane!
Cons: 60 miles north of Portland

Skydive Toledo now has a Piper Navajo which holds 9-10 jumpers!!! It's no longer just a Cessna drop zone though the Cessna does still fly for static line stundents and hop and pops. It is absolutely beautiful from the sky and the people are super friendly. It has a very relaxed atmosphere and I love jumping there. They DZO is also in the process of adding showers and a bunk house. It is one of my favorite drop zones!!
(Review ID:7968)

Great place to work and skydive!

Skydive Toledo Rated 5 by: caravandriver22 on 2007-12-19

Pros: Professional and friendly staff, turbine aircraft, great load availibility
Cons: As can be expected, our weather can be sketchy in the winter months.

I came to Skydive Toledo in 2005 as a pilot for their Cessna 182. This flying job soon transformed into a passion as my co-workers became like family and jump flying became a calling. This passion for skydiving is shared by the staff from manifest to the DZO.

The introduction of the Caravan (leased from mid-May to early winter) has increased the dropzone's capabilities in turn times and load availability.

This dropzone also possesses an experienced field and a student field with many alternate emergency landing areas.

Skydive Toledo welcomes all from students to veterans to enjoy its warm vibe, scenery, and turbine altitude.

Highly recommended!

(Review ID:4273)

This is a great place to skydive! Good people, good planes, good fun!

Skydive Toledo Rated 5 by: 3hawk on 2007-05-18

Pros: Very friendly owner and staff! Great views of the Cascades.
Cons: Can't think of any now that the Caravan is there.

This is probably the most relaxed DZ I've jumped at. All of the staff and jumpers are friendly and make you feel right at home. The Caravan, that is leased through '07, was great!
I decided to take a long lunch break and make the drive up to Toledo from Portland on a beautiful Monday in May. When I showed up at noon there wasn't anything going on and the place looked deserted. By one thirty things were happening and I was on a Caravan load to 14k. By three thirty I was packing from my second jump of the day. So much for a long lunch break...
Make the trip and put the word out, this place is where it's at in the great Northwest!

(Review ID:3867)

A great place to visit when you are in the area.

Skydive Toledo Rated 4 by: toolbox on 2006-08-11

Pros: Great people,great views,very friendly.
Cons: Short season.

Skydive Toledo is very friendly towards 1st timers and vetrans alike. You have to try real hard to ruin your welcome here. The weekend bonfires are great for talking of the days skydives. The views of the Saint Helens volcano are superb along with the rest of the cascade mountains. The Northwest rocks during the summer. Check it out!
(Review ID:3323)

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