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West Virginia Skydivers

Average Rating: 4.88
4.88 out of 5 based on 8 user reviews

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Robert Newlon Airpark (I41)
Lat: 38.4558067716763
Lng: -82.3132610321045

6090 Kyle Lane
Huntington, WV, West Virginia 25702
United States

304-733-1240 (fax)  (7863 Hits)

Last Updated: 2017-08-23
cessna 206, cessna 182

Training: , S/L, Tandem

AAD: Not Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Required

S/L: 100 USD
Tandem: 235 USD
Video: 120 USD
Jump Ticket: 25 USD to 10000 ft


West Virginia Skydivers @ Robert Newlon Airpark, Lesage, West Virginia


  • Gear Rentals
  • Gear Sales
  • Rigging Services
  • Covered Packing Area
  • Creeping Area
  • Coaches
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • RV Hookups
  • Camping
  • Showers

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5 out of 5

West Virginia Skydivers Rated 5 by: maxx075 on 2014-06-30

Pros: Family atmosphere, welcoming
Cons: Small landing area, hazards

I started my IAD schooling at WV Skydivers and eventually got my A license through them. Definitely a small dz, but you will never feel a more welcoming environment. The views of the Ohio River and West Virginia/Ohio border are second to none. I definitely recommend this drop zone. You will feel just a part of the family as I did.
(Review ID:8557)

Great Place

West Virginia Skydivers Rated 5 by: itbeaty on 2014-03-28

Pros: People, Scenery, learning
Cons: Only open weekends

I started working on my license there. Right next to a camp ground with "camp ground like showers and bathrooms." Nice people who want to teach you and are very professional. Only open weekends though.
(Review ID:8395)

Amazing views paired with small friendly staff makes this place a nice excape from big DZ politics a

West Virginia Skydivers Rated 5 by: Emw31588 on 2014-03-13

Pros: Absolutely Stunning Scenery, great amenities, welcoming staff
Cons: small single plane, open only weekends

This DZ may not have turbine planes or fancy offices, but the material things it lacks are made up for by the friendliest staff and the fantastic scenery. When you visit you feel like your on a relaxed vacation, and you very well could be with the RV hookups and camping. The evenings were fun, too. They have hiking paths and beach access to the Ohio, not to mention a fire pit and beer for any newcomers!!!
(Review ID:8383)

best place on earth

West Virginia Skydivers Rated 5 by: gianquittia on 2013-02-09

Pros: awesome place and people
Cons: one c206

Where I received my A license. It is a very welcome setting and friendly to all jumpers. Excellent times after the jumping is done!
(Review ID:7803)

small DZ, family friendly and great to jump at

West Virginia Skydivers Rated 4 by: sarahh on 2012-11-25

Pros: great people, very welccoming
Cons: small plane :) but i am spoiled on big planes

I came to WV about a year ago, and found this place about 15 minutes away from my house. I am an experienced jumper, used to work in Georgia, used to a fast paced work environment.

Initially it's frustrating to come to a smaller DZ and adjust to the differing environments and the more family feel, but I am glad that I found WV Skydivers as they have really opened my eyes to a slow paced but wonderful skydiving experience.

I have found that the staff are helpful and informative, really eager to make sure everyone has a great time.

All of the staff are invested in the success of the place, no bickering or squabbling that I have seen in some of the bigger places.
Overall it's a great place to jump, great visuals over the Ohio river ( can be unnerving at first, but gorgeous under canopy) the facilities are great, the packing area is great and the people are top notch :)

(Review ID:7726)

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