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USPA membership Required
AADs Not Required
Hook turns Allowed

Located only 75 miles west from New York City Manager

Aircraft


Super Otter, Super Grand Caravan 13 Minutes with 21 People, Shorts Skyvan, and a Cessna 182

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Gear Rentals
Gear Sales
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Team Rooms
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RV
Camping
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Where we jump


Pocono Airport
LAT: 41.0358717
LNG: -75.1606789

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124 Airport Strip Road, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, 18301, United States
570 420 1011
570 420 9646 (FAX)
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I have been going to STL for 8 years. I have over 2000 skydives and have jumped at DZ's all over the country. Their safety record and lack of incident reports speak for itself. Their staff from pilots, manifest,instructors and videographers are some of the best in the industry. This review is in rebuttal Ms. Stam's review "Just not worth it". This person chose to write a negative review because she was told there are no dogs allowed in hangar area. She went on to characterize the staff as rude and aggressive. She neglected to mention that i tracked her down to find out if there was any way i could help her with her Dog. I was told she was a fellow jumper, so being both a veterinarian and a skydiver i extended my hand to her and offered my air conditioned trailer(that was less than 1000 feet away) and any other service that would make her and her dog more comfortable. She mindfully declined all of my offers and instead chose to write a negative review. Regretfully, Jon Monschein V.M.D

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No matter how excited I am about whatever is going on at STL, they usually manage to make sure I have a bad time. I kept assuming I was catching staff on bad days, but I just don't think it's worth it any more.

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I was down at the opposite end of the runway flying some R/C planes and helis and after watching 2 loads go up I figured why the hell not. (I've wanted to jump for years)

This was on a day when a large-ish group of bartenders from NYC were visiting and it was a busy day. Given that, they got me through the waivers and briefing as quick as they could and from start to finish I was in the air about an hour - 1.5 hours after I walked in.

Roaming around before the hop, I was taking an interest in one of their aircraft that was in the hangar for some maintenance. Nearly immediately one of the staff comes up and starts talking to me, encouraging me to ask questions. They certainly enjoy their jobs and want others to enjoy the whole experience as well.

Joe Riz was my tandem and he was a hoot! Since East Stroudsburg was my hometown we chatted about local stuff, told lots of jokes, and enjoyed the ride up in the plane. We had a great ride back down and Joe pulled some great spirals for me. (Actually he help ME pull some crazy spirals!)

Immediately upon returning back to Texas I found a DZ and signed up for their full A license package. After such a great first experience I cannot wait to get my A and head back there to jump solo and hang out with everyone!

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Love this drop zone. Of the few DZs in my area, this is my favorite, even though its a bit more of a drive for me. There are always people here, always coaches on hand, and EVERYONE is really friendly. Very well organized DZ and great manifest. Big and FAST planes that get you up to alt. fast. They always go up to 13,500-14,000 which ive found to be more and more rare these days. Surely you wont be disappointed. Great for fun jumpers and tandems alike. Always a big mix of both which is what makes a good DZ. Lots of excitement around and lots of dirt diving going on.

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Let me start off by saying that this Dropzone is Amazing, and the best DZ closest to NYC. Staff, instructors, facility, fun jumpers, packers, everybody is so cool, and friendly, the vibe is ridiculously great. BEST VIDEOS I'VE SEEN.

I've been to almost all Dropzones close to NYC, and some of them even brag about 13,500ft. Got 13,500ft? when in reality they take you up only 11,000ft. So sad. Well at "Sky's the limit" they don't need to brag about it because they simply take you up to 13,500 ft. The Dropzone also throws parties every now and then so you get to hang out with everyone, including the owner Jeff who is also a really cool guy.

I'm currently going through my AFF. My Instructor: Serena Paul is Amazing, she's funny, outgoing, highly knowledgeable, sweet, and goes out her way to make you feel comfortable. I'm actually a very lucky guy because i had two gorgeous girls as my instructors Serena Paul, and Ana Aponte Who is also super sweet and, cool, and crazy. the thing is every one there will help you, all the other instructors will give you tips, they also offer to take under their wing to teach you all they know and, mold you into the skydiver you want to become. Sky's The Limit Has Become My Home Dropzone.

Chad Cogburns Instructor Words: Dude you see all these people here? we're a family, and you're part of this family now. :)

Blue Skies.

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Had an awesome week end jumping at Sky's the Limit. Beautiful blue skies all ween\k end. Staff were very friendly & always willing to help with any advise needed. All levels of skydivers, staff working with new jumpers, organizers working with all levels. Free flyng & RW friendly dropzone. Tandems got A+ professionalism with their instructors & videographers. Great time had by all. Highly recommended dropzone. The place to play in the sky!

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In regards to the post below... STL is my home dropzone and I am a skydiver there, I am there every weekend and was there on Sunday. There was some morning fog that burned off in the early afternoon- it was a BEAUTIFUL day for jumping and everyone jumped all day once the FOG cleared. The winds were light, the sun was shining, there was not a cloud in the sky and weather was not an issue. They have the most professional staff I have ever met (and i've been to a LOT of dropzones), they always try to accomodate tandem students and help them make the best decisions. Safety is first, they take the best care of their planes, equipment, gear, staff, customers, jumpers, hanger, you name it. Everyone I've ever talked to compliments the instant welcoming vibe.

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I am new to the sport but very well-traveled so I have seen a few DZ's, not many, but some in Europe and the US. Any StL for me is close to home and finally got to jump there. I phoned the management a couple days before to feel it out and they were very welcoming and understanding. Still being a student I jumped with a coach who ran me thru some drills to feel relaxed and even taught me some new maneuvers.
I didn't feel any attitudes on the DZ or in the hangar. the weather was great so everyone was happy anyway. Even though some regulars seemed to be there that sunday, a couple of the locals peeps chatted me up.
my jump went well and being my first Skyvan jump it was extra special.
I will be back.

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First, let me start by saying this place is great, clean and friendly. I'm glad I came back after my first experience here (which was not a good one). Let me explain, I showed up solo during a busy boogie. I felt I didn't get the care needed as a first time jumper. Similarly, many of the fun jumpers I met this day were "too cool for school". Kind of left a bad taste. But what can you really expect at a super busy boogie On the other hand, I returned a month later on a regular weekend and can tell you it was a completely differnt vibe. This place is AWESOME!!! The staff went out of their way to make sure myself and my group prepared for a safe jump at there DZ. (Spent over 30 mins giving us a 1 on 1 tour). The ladies at manifest actually put priority on fun jumpers which is rare. She even offered to fly the skyvan down from Canada so we could jump it the next weekend instead of the Caravan. WOW, now thats customer service. Also, on this day they did 2 passes, letting the tandems out first, so the fun jumpers would get full alti. Many times giving us over 13500 without asking ;P. Most of the fun jumpers were friendly and were keen to offer good advice. The facilites looked clean and the camping looked good although I didnt stay. Overall, this place has good planes, a good vibe and a good view of the Delaware water gap.

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I had an AMAZING time. Yes I was excited to go for my first tandem jump and no I wasn't scared, but many were and the whole staff made it such a relaxed atmosphere. Their videos and pictures are the best I've seen of many places. high quality. Everything felt completely safe. I'm going again

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I had the time of my life today at Sky's the Limit. My instructor, Trevor, was phenomenal! He made me feel perfectly at ease which helped me have the time of my life. I had no idea what to expect and once I got there, the staff went above an beyond to make this such a great experience. I actually got there 30 min prior to my scheduled video viewing and paper signing and they took me right away and within 30 min I was on the next plane seated next to a team of pros. Such an awsome experience!
I would recommend this sky diving center to anyone and everyone!

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I Have done a few tandem jumps over the winter, had a Blast! The staff was always great and went the extra mile to make feel welcome. The plane was really fast and warm even in December and January.

Cant wait to start my solo training.

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In response to the previous review, I would like to clear up some skewed and falsified information stated. I made a jump the day referenced from 06/29/08 at Sky’s the Limit. As we all know in skydiving, just like in any aviation/ sky related sport the weather; winds, clouds, etc, are a crucial determining factor. The weather is what either permits or prohibits us from making a safe and successful jump. Hence the day we were on a weather hold for practically the whole day. As soon as the winds let up, which was an hour and a half before sunset, we were cleared to get up in the air, if we so chose to do so.
“Our jump was put off due to winds, until the very end of the day, but the wind never let up, it felt as though they just wanted to get one more plane up before close of business, since they can't take your money unless they get you to jump.”
First of all the weather holds are in no way shape or form a money issue for the DZ. Lets take a second and think about this. Why was there a weather hold in the first place if the winds never changed? Why were there 3 otter loads, flown at the end of the day?
Accidents do occur, it is the nature of a sport where you are two miles above the earth and step out into the sky.
I remember the day quiet clearly. Most specifically I remember being told that due to the weather; winds and clouds, we had two options, either wait it out or reschedule our planned jumps. Blue skies were not in sight. . Waiting it out: hardly a push to get money. It is a sad distortion to confuse customer service with a just trying to get a plane up sole for the money. Although most people rescheduled we waited it out. Anxious to get up in the air just like you must have been. My point is that the choice to jump that day was yours just as the choice to make a jump that day was mine.
Further more in reference to your conversation with the ambulance driver I believe that due to the shock and injury you endured there may have been some miscommunication with the ambulance driver. It’s simply not true that the ambulance has been driven to the DZ “Scraping people up four weeks in a row”. I was present at the DZ for those “four weeks”, working on my AFF. I had not witnessed or heard of a single injury that month and most certainly not one with an ambulance involved.
There is further confusion relating to the instructors, there joking around is to help put you at ease. Everyone takes in information differently and maybe after your extended time in pain your reflection has become distorted due to the bitterness of being that one who did get hurt “in the casual thrill seeking but it won’t be me” mentality. Invincibility is a tainted mind state, which will eventually hurt or kill you. I am truly sorry that this happened to you and as a witness of your whole incident I get where your anger and frustration may be coming from, but then again you have not been fair in your statement. Sky’s the Limit performed in accord to all regulations. FAI and USPA and they gave you the opportunity to reschedule your jump.
I am not trying to bash you, but I feel as though you’re in the wrong. It’s easy to blame the drop zone; instructors, DZO, etc, for your accident. Do you think that you are the only person to have ever been hurt in this sport? Because to point your finger and make false allegations leads me to believe you might.
“Be safe; stay on the ground unless you trust who your worth and the weather is perfect.” You stated. I definitely agree with you there but how about this, “Stay on the ground and if you’re not feeling safe, ask some questions to clear up your concerns. E.g. the reason for the long weather hold, why was it safe to jump then and not before. Especially if in your eyes the weather never changed. As a walking upright human being responsible for yourself you’re presented with decisions and choices. You chose to jump, you got hurt, as many people have before you in this sport, and more so outside the realms of skydiving. But don’t go making false accusations about the dropzone. Warning people off when in reality you’re accident happened due to factors outside of the DZ’s control.
If it wasn’t for STL I would have never discovered and pursued my career in magical sport of skydiving. Ever since I made my first jump here at Sky’s the Limit I was hooked. I then proceeded to visit several other DZ’s on the east coast. None of which helped me take the next step to AFF or AFP. Watching over my first tandem video again one night brought me back to that 1st tandem jump day. I thought of not just the thrill of the ‘first’ dive itself but the security, safety, confidence, and trust I felt with the staff there. You can pretty much guess the rest. I finished my AFF Aug/Sep of ’07, got through the A license proficiency card Nov. 3. (Looking at my log book right now). I’m now about to hit my first 3-digit number, 100.
All I have to say that through all the trials and triumphs, STL was there for me. They were not only my teachers/instructors, but my mentors which helped me get on the path to what I now know is my calling, purpose, and ultimate goal of enlightened state of consciousness.
Sky’s the Limit is my support system, my refuge, and now my family. I only hope to be able to reciprocate/repay them, for all the knowledge and ability that they instilled in me. The manner in which they cater to a jumper whether it be a tandem or pro jumper is utmost proficiency and expertise. I can not name a single individual here who “lacks professionalism” here. If anything it is you sir who lacks professionalism with printing such childish bitter antics.

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Think very carefully before skydiving and choosing a drop zone. I'm not telling you anything you don't already know, but speaking for myself, I figured, "sure people get hurt, but it won't be me". I made the casual decision to do a little thrill seeking and go with friends on a random weekend, and 8 months later I still suffer constant back pain and was out of work for 2 1/2 months. As I was taken off the field to a hospital, the ambulance driver commented that they had "scraped somebody off the field here four weeks in a row". Maybe this is what happens in skydivng everywhere, but seemed like a lot of accidents to me. Do your diligence and be careful. I'm sure its a great sport, but not all drop zones and all instructors are created equal. As a total novice, you are literally placing your hands in the life of a total stranger. You are deferring all of your judgement to them, so make sure they are professional and make you feel safe. I didn't feel safe here. The instructors were fooling around and messing with each others shutes as they packed before I jumped. We were given no verbal instructions on what to expect until we were all ready up in the airplane. Our jump was put off due to winds, until the very end of the day, but the wind never let up, it felt as though they just wanted to get one more plane up before close of business, since they can't take your money unless they get you to jump. Be safe; stay on the ground unless you trust who your with and the weather is perfect.

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There are a lot of dropzones that have nice planes and good landing area. Only a few provide a soft packing areas so at the end of the day, you wouldn't need a knee surgery. This a great spot for experienced jumpers.

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I trained at STL in Newton, NJ back in 2004, where they had just a few trailers and port-a-potties. That was a good dropzone.

This new one in East Stroudsburg is in a different class altogether -- it's fantastic. Top-notch facilities, huge, well-kept landing area with little turbulence, excellent spots, padded floors on the aircraft (how cool is that?), friendly, helpful and professional staff, very efficient packers, fantastic scenery...the list goes on.

Then, if you're not jumping, there's plenty to keep you entertained: a pool table, a football, a soccer ball to kick around, a pinball machine, and -- I sh.t you not -- a treadmill.

All that and it's the closest DZ to NYC.

Also, if you're thinking of doing a tandem, they make the best tandem videos I've ever seen.

Not to mention that the place is very clean, nice packing area, large hangar, huge beer refrigerators for when the jumping is done...if you go, you will see that the staff takes a lot of pride in this place and it really shows -- truly a top-notch operation.

I'll be going back there often -- I'm sold on this place. STL rocks!

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The best version of sky's the limit yet. I think it is V3.0 or something. I really do like jumping there. The views are fenominal, the people are super sweet, it seems like the kind of DZ that cators to fun jumpers, and it is less remote than some other places. Unfortunately, the word has yet to get out about this place. Once it does, it will probably take off. The people are really great and they are super-cool to visitors and such. You open up your canopy and can see the Delaware Water Gap right there in front of you - that makes a pleasant ride down. Landing area is rocking. Can we get some big-way events at that place? That would be cool. Atmonauti lives on - I'm outta here.

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Just a quick note of thanks for a awesome experience this past Friday,
October 6th.

Given how quickly we came down (after a long build up), and the nerves
which were still settling, I did not immediately realize how much your
tandem masters and videographer added to the experience.

Shay did a great job at explaining what was going to happen, joking around
at the right times to ease the tension, going through the checklist
(verbally) a number of times to make sure we were connected and straps were
tight - all which added to a sense of professionalism and control which
made me feel more comfortable.

In addition the encouragement that I received from Sam and Shay during and
after the jump added to my sense of accomplishment and satisfaction with
the experience. The free fall was blast - and it was really cool to see
Sam flying around us taking the video/pictures! The pics and video were awesome - money well spent!

When I came down I indicated that it was my once and only jump - however
after reflecting on it over the weekend I will likely try it again in the
future. That way I can enjoy the experience a little more as my nerves
will not be so much of a focus.

In all it was a lot of fun and a great experience!

Great job to the Team - especially Shay and Sam!

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My husband, another friend, and I made a spontaneous trip out to jump on a Tuesday that he was out 'sick'. Even on a Tues, we were still able to make one cessna and 5 otter jumps.

The view is beautiful, pilot extremely knowledgeable and eager to keep jumpers happy, and we've never felt so at home so quickly at another dropzone.

Tandem instructors seemed to have great rapport with students. AFF instructors set their students at ease well and provided a positive learning atmosphere for them. Other fun jumpers were happy to get in the sky and jump with all of us.

I only wish that it was closer to home so we could visit more. We will definitely be back, and we both have already recommended this DZ to several friends.

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I'm used to big, sprawling Florida dzs and the "resorts" like Perris & Chicago, but there's a lot to be said for the smaller DZs like Skys The Limit.

Skys The Limit maintains a busy school & tandem business that runs VERY efficiently (I was there for a "slow" weekend & 4 TMs & 3 packers managed 40+tandems without breaking a sweat one of the days). There's a core group of local jumpers that are very outgoing and not clique-ish at all, in addition to jumpers from other area dzs that stop by from time to time.

The Twin Otter had impressive turnaround times and very good jumpruns. They've got spotting dialed in there. The dz itself is located on a good size airstrip that's home to some helicopter school & the local Medi-Vac, otherwise plane traffic is pretty quiet.

Facilities-wise, the hangar looks like it's being built-out slowly but surely. There are some good size classrooms, bathrooms, smooth creeping areas with Alie n creepers & lockers were being built while I was there. Wrestling mats were rolled up in a corner but I was told they were going to be set up for more general packing & lounging areas.

The staff was very approachable and friendly. They're clearly a very hard working bunch but laid-back enough to enjoy themselves and the fun jumpers.

All-in-all, a very positive vibe and you really can't beat the views. I'll be back whenever my travels allow!

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We visited STL on a beautiful sunday afternoon. The vibe was very laid back and after filling out the waivers I was on the next load. A regular jumper there showed me the aerial photh and explained the landing pattern and the outs for the area. We had a great afternnon of jumping and I also got to meet Brian Germain that was cool.

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Great view, great manifest, no restaurant but I happened by when they were ordering lunch, so I got lucky there...They were repairing the packing tent, so it was kinda cramped on the carpet...if they rolled out another carpet for packing, it would be perfect. Overall, a freindly and fun place to jump...Everyone jumps pretty safely and the DZ is a good size.

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I did my first tandem @ STL in August ... I was hooked immediately. The entire gang there couldn't be more friendly. As I went through AFF they continued to encourage me and gave me all the confidence I needed to follow through. I got my A and will definitely continue learning, I couldn't ask for a better group of people to share my learning experience with. Everyone is friendly, informative, and very welcoming.

Thanks to you all ~ it's been a life changing few months!

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Everyone, from Jerrad & Sam who shot the DVD's for my girlfriend and I to Shae & Justin who were our tandoms were GREAT! If you jump you have to get a video it is worth every penny and then some.
It was so Great Im going again next weekend and will be saving up to get certified next spring and to get my own rig.
Sam was right I will never look at the sky the same way again. Thanks again everyone!!

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I don't know how dharma can compare vibes here as worse than the "ranch" This is a "Great" dz with awesome potential, I think Jeff has done an exceptional job with the move from Sussex. I used to be a Xkeys regular but got tired fo the resident skygod attitude, if there is a clique here i've missed it. Caravan, incredible scenery, great people, whats not to like...

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