Skydiving Washington DC

If you are a local or a vacationer in the Washington D.C., northern VA or Maryland area you should know that due to flight restrictions, there aren’t any drop zones around D.C. Fortunately, No Limits Skydiving: West Point is an easy drive. We have everything you need and love to jump with first-time skydivers. Each of our staff members are certified by the USPA, the organization that oversees safety and training for the sport. If you aren’t sure if you want to jump, give us a call and we can answer your questions.

The drop zone is located at:

1001 Airport Rd, West Point, VA

From Washingon D.C., it’s an easy trip down I-95S to I-64E to the drop zone.

Directions From Fredericksburg, VA

  • I-95 South ramp to Richmond VA
  • Take exit 84A on the left to merge onto I-295 S toward Rocky Mt NC/Richmond VA
  • Take exit 28A to merge onto I-64 E toward Norfolk/VA Beach
  • Take exit 220 to merge onto VA-33 E/Eltham Rd toward West Point
  • Continue to follow VA-33 E
  • As you leave West Point, Airport Road is on the right. Our registration office is across the street from Airport Road.

No Limits Skydiving: West Point is an easy drive from Washington D.C.

Washington, DC was envisioned by its founders as a commercial center as well as the seat of government. The location on the Potomac River was chosen, in part, because it already included two existing port towns of Georgetown, Maryland and Alexandria, Virginia which served as regional shipping centers for tobacco and wheat. When Alexandria returned to Virginia in 1846, residents argued that inclusion within the Federal District of Columbia hurt business and the city of Washington would never need that much room to grow.