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Dropzone: North America: United States: New Jersey: Cross Keys & Freefall Adventures

Cross Keys & Freefall Adventures

Average Rating: 4.49
4.49 out of 5 based on 41 user reviews

Dropzone Summary | Reviews

Cross Keys Airport (17N)
Lat: 39.7054758
Lng: -75.0330031

300 Dahlia Ave
Williamstown, New Jersey 08094
United States

856-629-7585 (fax)  (20194 Hits)

Last Updated: 2014-03-30
2 Super Otters, King Air, 182s, Helicopter

Training: AFF, Tandem

AAD: Not Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Required

Jump Ticket: 24 USD to 14000 ft


Skydive Cross Keys is a full-service dropzone and the largest skydiving center on the East Coast. An ideal center for teams, Skydive Cross Keys has multiple creeper pads, team rooms, and great team rates - please call. Open daily year-round for first jumps and licensed skydivers. Swoop Club weekly during peak season! Skydive Cross Keys - where the world comes to skydive!


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

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Best place to jump in jersey

Cross Keys & Freefall Adventures Rated 5 by: TML101567 on 2015-11-12

Pros: Lot's of friendly helpful people
Cons: "Seasoned" packing mat, only one airplane at this time

I found out about Free Fall Adventure from a friend and decided to make my first tandem jump this past summer with awesome video from Art, thank's. I was hooked immediately! Started my AFF program, packing class, A-license, canopy piloting course and just applied for my B-license! The thing that keep's me coming back are the people that work there and the fun jumpers. I've never been anyplace with such an overwhelming positive "Vibe". During AFF my instructors would always ask after the jump how I thought it went, I would usually bring up the negatives and things that I needed to fix and they would jump in and remind me of the positive things first, how well the jump went and then say we can work on the things that didn't go exactly as planned and that at my skill level those hiccups were expected.
The packing area as I said is a little "Seasoned" and the facility on the whole just need's some cosmetic work (paint, window work, fixtures tightened up etc.)
Packer's and manifest also do a fantastic job keeping you ready to jump and shuffling(at my request) you from one load to another so you can jump with your buddies.
Shout out's to Brian, Matt, Peter, Range and Dana who were most involved in my skydiving education as well as everybody else at FFA.

(Review ID:8951)

No Otter at Crosskeys

Cross Keys & Freefall Adventures Rated 3 by: billw on 2013-07-07

Pros: Great place when it's running as advertized
Cons: No Otter, just 4 C182s

Wasted a weekend at Crosskeys. Hoped to get some altitude in a turbine. Found out after I bought tickets to 13.5K (says so on the ticket) I find out the FAA had grounded the Otter 2 months ago.
(Review ID:8029)

This is my home dropzone

Cross Keys & Freefall Adventures Rated 5 by: ChrisL on 2012-07-27

Pros: Great atmosphere. Friendly staff. Well maintained facilities and aircraft. Nice variety of aircraft.
Cons: Its not closer to my house

I love jumping at Cross Keys. Since I've been jumping there I've jumped from a Skyvan, a Caravan, a C-182, a helicopter, a porter, several Otters, a King Air, and a bi-plane.

The aircraft and facilities are always well maintained and clean.

Mostly they run Otters and King air. I rarely have to wait long to get on a load and I always find people to jump with. Theres a LOT of fun jumpers there and they dont just cater to students.

I've never had a bad experience with any staff member there from the DZO to the packers to the manifest folks.

Cross Keys is NOT the closest dropzone to my home, but its where I jump 99% of the time. I might jump other places from time to time just for different experience, but this will always be my main dropzone

(Review ID:7501)

Perfect DZ for students or experienced

Cross Keys & Freefall Adventures Rated 5 by: norton247 on 2012-07-07

Pros: d. all of the above
Cons: none

After years of wanting to jump, I made my first tandem at CK this past Sunday. The entire experience was amazing!! The staff is very welcoming, exciting and unique to their own personalities. The facilities are more than you would expect in the way of cleanliness and what they have to offer. Huge packing area in the hanger, plenty of clean rest rooms, decent gear store, great snack shack for something to eat or drink, MORE than enough comfortable sitting areas for spectators, which is much appreciated by my wife and young daughter. Anyone working at Free Fall adventures, from the check in ladies, to the instructors, other jumpers or Art over in the gear store, is very knowledgeable, enthusiastic and exciting to talk to. I haven't met a person yet that was too busy to answer a question, lead me in the right direction or voluntarily offer me advice. The people here made me feel like an old friend from the start and I love just hanging around as a spectator, learning something new, or chit chatting with other jumpers almost as much as i love "jumpin' outta them planes" Immediately after touching down on their over sized and easy to spot landing zone, I was hooked and went straight in to pay for another, followed by ground school and my t3 jump the very next day. two days later i was back for my B1 and am heading out in a few for my next jump/s. The student training area is fairly simple and separate enough from everything going on around the drop zone to allow you to focus completely. The instructors Dana and Sebastian are the ideal people to learn from. Everything was EXTREMELY thorough and I didnt leave feeling like I was the slightest bit confused or unsure about anything I had learned from ground school. That continues so far with each jump. They're just altogether awesome people and a hell of a good crowd to jump with. Very safety aware and thorough, as I said! I had the pleasure of jumping with three tandem instructors- Scott, Rob and Richard. you can't pick a favorite. They all stick to the program, yet have a little bit of their own unique style and personalities. I felt completely 100% safe, at ease and confident with every one and felt as though each taught me something new and different.

The prices- i do not want to bash any specific drop zones, and there may be reasons I'm unaware of that cause the price difference... but i researched all the different DZ prices and NOBODY could compare to Free Fall Adventures! I'm excited to finish through to my A license hear and continue jumping Skydive Cross keys!

(Review ID:7416)

Great overall dropzone

Cross Keys & Freefall Adventures Rated 5 by: EmanforLife on 2012-01-06

Pros: Great aircraft, coachs, huge landing area
Cons: Needs more boogies

Been jumping here for a few years now and never wrote a review. Safety is the primary concern here. Staff stresses it consistently. If you ask questions they are willing to help and share information. One thing is you can't expect them to drop everything their doing to help you especially if it is a very busy day in the summer. The local fun jumpers are helpful as well. Also they have a very large packing area. The trick for the packers is to speak to one of them before hand and let him know that you are going to be jumping they'll take care of you. One last thing jump prices have gone up I believe its $25 to 13500ft now.
(Review ID:6982)

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