Skydive Capital City jumps from up to two miles high with up to 45 seconds of freefall at 120 MPH! Feel the adrenaline rush as you soar over the city!
Skydiving is Fun!
See the beauty of Michigan from a bird’s eye view as you peacefully fly back to earth with your parachute. If you’ve never jumped before, you’ll be amazed at how easy the training is and how fun our tandem jumps are!
Our Accelerated Freefall Program (AFP) prepares you for your first solo dive. Call us to find out more!
New to Skydiving in Lansing, Michigan?
Don't worry, we've got you covered!
■ Start by making your skydiving reservation online.
■ Plan to arrive about ten minutes early fill out your paperwork and get ready for your class.
■ Classes are 4-8 people and include up to 30 minutes of pre-flight instruction.
■ Your instructor will help you gear up and board the plane. Be sure to walk behind the plane and away from the propellers.
■ The door opens up to two miles high and you hear READY, SET, GO! Remember to smile for your 120 mph, and up to 40 second freefall video!
■ When your parachute opens, you feel the wind stop and peacefully fly back to earth with your parachute. Your parachute ride lasts about 4-7 minutes.
■ It generally takes 2-4 hours to complete a class and make your first jump but we may adjust your schedule for weather.
■ Tandem skydiving means you are harnessed to a certified skydive instructor and you jump together.
■ You can get certified. Our Accelerated Freefall Program (AFP) prepares you for your first solo dive.
■ Advanced divers can practice belly flying, freeflying (vertical flying), skyboarding and even the birdman suit.
Jump with Capital City Skydiving
Skydiving is fun!
Maybe these videos will help you decide?
$89 or $99 /each
RVT Video: $99 (credit card)
RVT Video: $89 (cash)
Skydive Photo: $99 (credit card)
Skydive Photo: $89 (cash)
What People Say
“Great company and amazing experience! Highly recommend.”
— Lisa O. Online Review 10.29.2018
“The experience was fun from harnessing up to the landing! I felt a confidence in all who were involved in the jump.”
— Ruth W. Online Review 10.21.2018