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Skydive Twin Cities

Average Rating: 4.93
4.93 out of 5 based on 14 user reviews

Dropzone Summary | Reviews

Baldwin Airport (WI14)
Lat: 44.9638386529911
Lng: -92.3898970152252

2026 County Rd J
Baldwin, Wisconsin 54002
United States

715-684-3416  (9128 Hits)

Last Updated: 2016-11-02
Cessna Supervan 900, 2 C206, 1 C182

Training: AFF, Tandem

AAD: Not Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Required

AFF: 275 USD
Tandem: 199 USD
Video: 95 USD
Jump Ticket: 23 USD to 13500 ft


Skydive Twin Cities is the largest skydiving center in the Upper Midwest. We have the most experienced instructors in the area and have been jumping with Minnesota and Wisconsin since 1975.
We have a large base of experienced jumpers of all skill levels and disciplines. Coaches and load organizers are available.
Skydive Twin Cities has a great camping area with showers, pavilion, picnic tables, and gas grills, all free of charge. We also have a great spectating area with lawn chairs. Don't forget our legendary Friday and Saturday night bonfires!
Skydive Twin Cities hosts a Cessna Supervan 900 (modified Grand Caravan) with a large capacity of 17 passengers and one pilot. We are located on our privately owned airport. We do not allow any other aircraft to use our airport.
Our facilities offer indoor packing, a covered creeper pad, and the finest grass landing area in the world!
We have a second location Skydive Twin Cities - Forest Lake located in Forest Lake, MN.


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

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An Idyllic Drop Zone

Skydive Twin Cities Rated 5 by: racassella on 2014-01-25

Pros: Great location, great staff, and friendly jumpers.
Cons: None

After a 21-year hiatus from skydiving, I went to Baldwin to restart my avocation. Merriah Eakins and Mark Baur were invaluable in helping me get back in the air. The jumpers are welcoming and friendly.
(Review ID:8352)

One of the best DZ I've ever visited

Skydive Twin Cities Rated 5 by: Sonicfreefly on 2008-05-21

Pros: Good vibe, landing area, Otter.....etc.
Cons: none

This is one of the best dropzones I've jumped at.
The locals take you in like you are one of there family. No sky Gods.
The Otter is the cleanest one I've seen to date that hauls jumpers. Had no problems getting on a load.
The landing area is the largest and flattest grass landing area I've ever seen. The surrounding area has plenty of outs.
The facilities are top notch and kept very clean.
World class coaching available. I can go on and on, but if you are in the area I would highly recommend you drop by.

(Review ID:4522)

Fun and Friendly Drop Zone

Skydive Twin Cities Rated 5 by: SpacemanSpiff on 2007-09-30

Pros: This is what I think a DZ should be like
Cons: I can't remember any

This is probably still one of my favorite DZs that I have jumped at while traveling with my rig.

A few years ago two colleagues and I (who all jump) were traveling for work in the Minneapolis area. We dropped in at STC on the weekend and again during the week to get a few jumps in. The people, facility, grass landing area and twin otter were all great. I still dream of getting some more work in that area so that I can go back to visit... I mean jump!

(Review ID:4164)

Great student operation, but plenty of fun for experience jumpers.

Skydive Twin Cities Rated 5 by: skyjumpenfool on 2007-08-02

Pros: Friendly staff, Great location, Lots of soft smooth grass for landing!
Cons: I really didn't find any!

I Started jumping here in 1977 when it was called Baldwin Sport Parachute Center, after an absence from the sport(to raise my kids) the new owners and staff welcomed me back and made my reentry to the sport a smooth process. This is a graeat dropzone for students, families, experienced jumpers, and even us old fart has beens... You'll be impressed by the professional staff and warm welcome. I do jump other dropzones but always return here. It is just a great place to jump. 5 stars!
(Review ID:4052)

Great Place to jump

Skydive Twin Cities Rated 5 by: trinian23 on 2007-05-30

Pros: Fast Loads, professioanl and fun staff
Cons: Wind

Had to redo my AFF there after taking a two year hiatus from jumping without finishing my A license. Had a blast. Camped out there for about a week and couldn't jump for the first couple of days due to weather, the staff took me in and we had a blast. Bonfires are great fun, everyone is real friendly, and they are all professional! The wind tends to get a little gusty, but they are constantly watching the weather and will get you up if they can safely. Thanks alot everyone! I'll be sending photos to you all soon.
(Review ID:3897)

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