At Skydive Spaceland, you get to skydive in style! Skydive Spaceland Dallas is equipped with high quality, state-of-the-art skydiving equipment and aircraft, a deli to keep you fueled and energized for your skydiving adventure, and plenty of outdoor seating to watch the action. We have upgraded our facilities to include air-conditioning in the main hangar, new restrooms, a new 16 bed bunkhouse and 6 VIP private bunkrooms, and a paved runway. We are located on a 120-acre private purpose-built airpark in Whitewright, Texas about 50 miles northeast of Dallas. Learn more about how we compare to the competition!
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Facilities and Aircraft
As one of the world's largest skydiving centers, Skydive Spaceland's large, private facility was built from the ground up exclusively for skydiving operations and fully remodeled/air conditioned in 2016. We have the most professional, efficient facilities for skydiving in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, area.
Here's where you enjoy your video with friends after your skydive!
Tandem skydiving systems
"Malfunction Junction" student skydiver hands-on training area
Caravan at sunset, by Ben Nelson
Our Super Caravan and Super Twin Otters lift you to altitude... super fast!
We have skydiving systems for all sizes of students, also available for rental.
Skydiver Training Program area
Tandem briefing/debriefing area
Aircraft outside our dedicated maintenance hangar
Our main facility includes a large building for classrooms, packing, deli, and covered loading areas for skydivers waiting to board the planes.
Main building and parking lot
Our D license landing area is large with a cushy pea gravel pit
Next to the D license landing area is the B/C license area along the driveway.
Our new concrete runway lets us operate no matter how much it's been raining!
Our high-performance landing area is separated from other canopy traffic by a runway and taxiway.
In the background in easy walking distance of the facility is the Closing Loop, our RTV park with bunkhouse and showerhouse.
Aircraft at the maintenance hangar and approaching the main loading area.