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Skydive Walterboro

Average Rating: 4.67
4.67 out of 5 based on 12 user reviews

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Lowcountry Regional Airport (KRBW)
Lat: 32.9198717140316
Lng: -80.6419658660889

627 Aviation Way
Walterboro, South Carolina 29488
United States

In SC call: 1-800-549-JUMP(5867)
843-549-6660 (fax)  (12081 Hits)

Last Updated: 2016-11-24
2 - Cessna 182's

Training: AFF, S/L, Tandem

AAD: Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Required




  • Gear Rentals
  • Gear Sales
  • Rigging Services
  • Covered Packing Area
  • Creeping Area
  • Team Rooms
  • Video Rooms
  • Coaches
  • Load Organizers
  • Accuracy Tuffet
  • Restaurant
  • Bunkhouse
  • RV Hookups
  • Camping
  • Showers
  • Pool

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Awesome place to jump

Skydive Walterboro Rated 5 by: JasonYergin on 2012-05-01

Pros: HUGE playground, awesome staff, great vibe
Cons: Small aircraft...

I love it. It's my home DZ so, yeah, I'm a little bit biased but in all honesty it's a great place to learn and if you haven't jumped at a small DZ in a while you owe to yourself to come have a completely relaxed and fun jump or two.

There are two Cessnas's for days when flying both can be justified. 90% of the hanger is carpeted and shaded for packing and relaxing and there are plenty of restaurants and gas stations just a couple of miles away.

(Review ID:7137)

friendly student oriented dropzone with some fun jumpers in the mix.

Skydive Walterboro Rated 5 by: jamester28 on 2010-09-25

Pros: very friendly environment dedicated to advancing students in a safe and fun manner. coaches/instructors are top notch.
Cons: be prepared to wait between loads. they have 2 C182 aircraft but i usually only see one taking loads up.

I've been in the static line program over the summer and have enjoyed all of it from the ground training, to the jumps, to the conversation between loads. Two months ago I was on my ten second delay and due to some instability at deployment (and a pre-existing weakness in the joint) suffered a dislocated shoulder which put me out of the training for awhile. Was welcomed back today by name with smiles and well wishes. Was directed to a jumper who shared my predisposition to shoulder instability and got some good pointers. Did a prcp and a clear and pull. Good stable exits and helpful feedback from my instructors Robert and Chuck. Will be back next weekend. Great times had by all. :-)
(Review ID:6023)

Cool, laid back yet professional place to learn to fly.

Skydive Walterboro Rated 5 by: bluetwo on 2010-06-23

Pros: Great people, nice environment, huge airfield
Cons: What cons, it's a nice place.

Honestly I only went to Skydive Walterboro because they could get me in soon, without a month long wait but I'm glad it turned out that way. My girlfriend took me skydiving because she'd been twice and I had never been but now going every weekend and working on my license... she says she has created a monster... I'd totally recommend it to anybody though.
(Review ID:5789)

1st jump and will do it again.

Skydive Walterboro Rated 5 by: TheFlash on 2008-03-23

Pros: Superfriendly people-affordable
Cons: Busy during springbreak/holidays

I wish they had bigger planes and the harness was small for me-( 5ft9in 217-wide load-lol) They seem to want to get you into skydiving and will answer ANY question. Very informative NO HIDDEN FEES. I really liked my instructor Chuck,great personality everyone was friendly,helpful for a 1st timer like me.After static line class(includes 1st jump its just $60.00 each jump-great imho
(Review ID:4415)

a second home

Skydive Walterboro Rated 5 by: climboutandhang on 2008-01-01

Pros: Second home
Cons: Bring a cooler

I've been jumping at Walterboro since September. Everyone there is friendly and professional. I have 7 jumps, and have been treated just a good as someone with a 1000 jumps. The staff is never too busy to help you or answer any questions. They always make every effort to get you in the air.
This is just a great place to hang out, make friends and learn to sky dive.
The food facilities are not close,so bring some snacks encase of a weather hold, thats the only con about this DZ i can think of.

(Review ID:4290)

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