Want to skydive Georgia, but have questions? We’ve highlighted some of the most frequently asked skydiving questions below. Take a moment to review the skydiving FAQs below and if you still have questions, feel free to contact us directly. We’d love to speak with you about skydiving Atlanta! You can reach us at the main office number (770) 207-1122 or the DZ mobile number (770) 712-5281.
Skydive Monroe was established in 1993. We’re proud to be the best location to skydive Georgia!
Our physical mailing address is 535 Towler Street, Monroe, GA 30655. Not all GPS systems have our mailing address programmed, so please verify this before beginning your trip. Please visit our directions link for turn by turn directions to Skydive Monroe.
Pets are not permitted at Skydive Monroe at any time.
At this time, we do not offer food services at Skydive Monroe. Vending machines for drinks and snacks are available on-site, so we do recommend bringing lunch as you’ll be with us for 5 to 6 hours for your Atlanta skydiving experience.
Dress so that you are comfortable for the temperatures on the ground. If it will be a warm day, then a T-shirt, shorts and tennis shoes will be best. If it’s going to be a chilly day, then jeans, a long-sleeved T-shirt and tennis shoes are recommended. If it’s particularly cold then we recommend long-johns or Under Armour wear (works particularly well). We will be providing you with a jumpsuit to put on over your clothing, so please do not wear anything too bulky (heavy jackets). Tennis shoes or ‘sneakers’ is recommended for footwear. Boots are not recommended. Ladies can also read our article for tips on how to wear your hair for skydiving.
No. Arrival time is your booking time. You will be at the DZ for approximately 5-6 hours. Please prepare for this as there is some downtime between your training and actually boarding the plane. There is much happening behind the scenes by-way of re-packing parachutes etc. Please be patient and prepare for one of the best experiences of your life!
Skydiving is not like being on a roller coaster so you will not feel sick while in freefall. Ideally, we wish you to be hydrated and to eat normally. Guests often feel nauseated after the skydiving experience if they’ve eaten nothing at all because of the surge of adrenaline during the experience. So, please eat properly!
Skydive Monroe is fortunate to fly a large, 14 passenger aircraft that takes passengers up to 14,000 feet allowing for the best skydiving experience. Because of the major expense of operating a large aircraft, heavy volume is required to fly. The design of our booking schedule is to allow for customers to be with us for between 5 and 6 hours. The wait time is created by having to pack parachutes for both tandem and videographer parachutes alike.
Much is happening behind the scenes, so please be patient and stay relaxed for the experience of a lifetime. Wait times are greatly reduced for those scheduled early in the mornings (8:00 and 9:00am).
We are very firm on our weight requirement. This weight requirement includes shoes and clothing that you will be wearing for the jump. Individuals who are close to this weight will be asked to stand on a private scale at the time of check-in. Exceptions can be made for the women’s category of 170 lbs based on fitness levels. If in doubt, it is recommended to visit the skydive center prior to your jump to receive an assessment.
Unless your booking time is for either 8:00 or 9:00 AM, we recommend that spectators arrive approximately an hour and a half after your reservation time. If you have an 8 or 9 AM time, please have your guests come with you or within 30 minutes of your scheduled arrival time so they don’t miss your experience skydiving Atlanta.
Please note that all children 12 years and under must be under adult supervision at all times.
We recognize that skydiving is an expensive activity – tips are never expected, but always appreciated! If you feel you have received exceptionally good service by your instructor or videographer they are always appreciative!
All payments are non-refundable, but are transferable and are valid for one calendar year. In the event that your skydive will have to be rescheduled, you will have up to one calendar year to reschedule. If you have a long drive and it appears that the weather will be inclement, all are encouraged to contact Skydive Monroe at Office: (770) 207-1122 to check on the status of the weather. Learn more about how weather can affect your skydiving day.
Conditions that effect the postponement, delay or cancellation of a skydive are as follows:
Heavy Clouds – if cloud conditions are thick not allowing jumpers / instructors to see the ground from the jump altitude, then jumping is discontinued. The exception to this is if the cloud cover is above an altitude of 10,000 feet.
Rain – Jumping in the rain can be an unpleasant experience. We do not operate when it’s raining.
Wind – If ground winds are in excess of 20mph or if upper altitude winds are excessively high. Learn more about how wind can affect skydiving conditions.
Bring a folded chair so you can relax comfortably while waiting for your turn to skydive. There will be lots of skydiving happening, so bring a chair and of course your sunglasses – you’ll be looking up at the sky a lot to see all the Atlanta skydiving fun!
No outside cameras are permitted on your skydive due to safety reasons. There are no exceptions.
The videographers of Skydive Monroe are some of the best in the world and will capture every aspect of your skydive. All videos are put on a USB stick – you will receive a fully edited finished product within 30 minutes after your skydive. The highlights of your video include – meeting the instructor, getting geared up, boarding the aircraft, an interview half-way to altitude (7,000 feet) and of course the moment of being in the door at 14,000 feet and every part of the free fall experience. Pricing for video services are $95 for Video only or Stills only. The price for both Video & Still photography (on a USB stick) is $110.
This is not possible. Each tandem skydive pair exits the airplane with about 5 to 10 seconds of separation between exits to ensure that parachutes will not open in close proximity of each other. Because of this separation it is not possible for a videographer to fly from one tandem skydiving group to another.