Spectators are allowed, but please be mindful that the operations are geared towards skydiving. Also, please take note of the policies and read below to be prepared for your visit.

 

We also kindly ask to respect our facilities and jump operations treating the staff and property with care.

Skydive Arizona Hours:

October through April:
open 7 days a week

May through September:
closed on Tuesdays & Wednesdays

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost of admission?

Spectators will not be charged any admission or parking fee. Please understand that our business is primarily focused on the skydivers and any disturbance to the staff or facilities is not allowed.

What will I be able to see as a spectator?

When skydivers land their parachutes, it can be quite exciting to watch. If you bring binoculars, you can also see people in free-fall. 

Is there food and drinks available?

Skydive Arizona is also home to a restaurant and bar called "The Bent Prop Saloon." They are open seven days a week and have breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Is there a place to sit? 
Skydive Arizona has a small set of bleachers on the main landing area. There are also dispersed picnic tables and benches. If you want a guaranteed seat, you can bring a camping chair from home. 

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Are pets allowed?

No. Please leave the fur babies at home.

Do I need to know about skydiving in order to enjoy watching?

Not really.  You can see the excitement when people land.  

Can I bring my own food and drink?

You can bring picnic style food but alcoholic beverages are NOT ALLOWED while the planes are running unless you are at the bar.