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Cleveland Skydiving Center

Average Rating: 4.50
4.50 out of 5 based on 2 user reviews

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Gates Airport
Lat: 41.35056
Lng: -81.09828

15199 Grove Road
Garrettsville Ohio, Ohio 44231
United States

330-977-7510  (4172 Hits)

Last Updated: 2013-05-21
Cessna 180

Training: AFF, Tandem

AAD: Not Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Required

Tandem: 239 USD
Video: 109 USD
Jump Ticket: 25 USD to ft



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AFF beginner @ 59 years old

Cleveland Skydiving Center Rated 4 by: paleale on 2018-05-10

Pros: Confident and Comfortable
Cons: None

I'll preface this by saying that I just started my AFF program, getting ready to jump level 2. After my first tandem at Skydive Chicago while visiting my daughter I decided that I had to experience another. Cleveland Skydiving Center is in my neck of the woods so I set it up. After two more tandems, I decided to pursue my "A" license. The folks here (staff as well as jumpers) have made me feel welcome from the onset, even with all of the questions that I have asked and the significant age difference between me and the majority of people here. I feel comfortable learning how to skydive here, that sums it up. There are plenty of weekends with turbine driven aircraft available and to me, it's an overall fun place to be. They get a high recommendation from me for anyone exploring skydiving.
(Review ID:9485)

A chill DZ that is growing.

Cleveland Skydiving Center Rated 5 by: rblwthacoz on 2015-11-11

Pros: Very friendly, super chill, all about good times, nice Amish crowds on Sundays.
Cons: Not many I can think of.

This is pretty much what every DZ should be (but rarely is). Everyone here is super friendly, professional, helpful, and chill. It's a growing DZ, so I imagine things may be different as time goes on. (I hear there will be consistent turbine action for the weekends in 2016.) If you come out on Sunday, expect a fairly sizable crowd of Amish watching you, so make sure you stand up those landings!

I look forward to getting back. Though I wish it was a bit closer to where I lived.

(Review ID:8950)