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Indoor Skydiving: United States: Skyventure Arizona
Average Rating:4.5

Wind Tunnel Summary | Reviews

4900 N. Taylor Road
Eloy, Arizona
United States

520.466.4640  (6971 Hits)

Diameter: 14 feet
Speed: 150 mph

Tunnel Type:

Gear Requirements:
Helmet, Goggles and Flight suit supplied

Age Restrictions:
Participants must be at least 3 years old.

Trading Hours:
Weekdays: 07:00 - 21:00
Weekends: 07:00 - 21:00



SkyVenture Arizona is a state-of-the-art skydiving wind tunnel, located in Eloy, Arizona, half way between Phoenix and Tucson, that is designed for everyone. We completely immerse visitors in the world of high adventure skydiving without ever having to jump out of an airplane or use a parachute. Whether you're a first-time flyer or a seasoned skydiver, SkyVenture Arizona provides the best instructors and coaches to give you the experience of a lifetime!

A real skydive is about one minute in the air. Every minute in the tunnel is equal to the free fall time of one skydive. No experience is needed, just a sense of adventure, a positive attitude, and a desire to have fun!

SkyVenture Arizona will teach you how to fly. You can learn various flying positions and master advanced aerobatic skills. Every time you fly it's a new and exciting experience!

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Rated by: ajsanfel12 on May 13 2014 8:07PM

Worth the trip 
Pros: Location
Cons: Location

This facility is mostly complimented by the dropzone that it sits on. The coaches are world-class, the air is mostly smooth even on 40 mph wind dust devil days, and the stoke on the dropzone is invigorating. The books seem to get filled quick so I recommend calling the day before. The bent prop saloon is awesome I dont care what anybody says but it is in the middle of the desert, so thats about as comfortable as outside of the tunnell gets here. But your here to skydive right? So who cares if it gets a little hot.

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Rated by: danielcroft on Apr 18 2014 12:33PM

Great tunnel for working on skydiving skills 
Pros: Skydive Arizona, 14' non recirc
Cons: Eloy

Having a tunnel on your dropzone can be good, having a 14' tunnel at an amazing dropzone is even better! The non-recirculating tunnel has a lot of drawbacks - it's hot inside when it's hot outside, you get sand in your face, etc - but one of the big advantages is that the air behaves a lot more like the sky, it's not as crisp as recirculating tunnels. There's something super, super nice about landing your canopy from a sunset jump and wandering over to the tunnel and flying with a great instructor like Vince. Petter also coaches there a lot and he's an awesome instructor. The potential for combination camps at Skyventure Arizona, flying with the world class skydivers and then wandering to the tunnel for coaching cannot be minimized as a huge advantage to this tunnel. The DZ itself is awesome, that's well known. The main drawback to this tunnel is that it's in Eloy which isn't the best place for food or non-dropzone stuff. If you're staying on the DZ it's pretty great, however.

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