Indoor Skydiving Charlotte, NC

2.5 Hours East of Charlotte, NC

Paraclete XP Indoor Skydiving routinely hosts guests from Charlotte, NC. We are approximately 2.5 hours east of Charlotte and host kids from the Queen City looking for something completely different. Parents have been willing to drive their kids to our location because we are the only wind tunnel close to Charlotte offering a world class indoor skydiving experience.

Corporate Events in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Area

Because of our uniqueness and corporate Charlotte’s thirst for something different, Paraclete XP Indoor Skydiving has become a premier place for team building events for C-Level Executives and corporate employees. Our low-risk and high experience factor satisfies HR’s requirements for a team building event open to everyone.

A Thriving Skydiving Community

Charlotte is a hotbed for skydiving. With the establishment of several area dropzones, there is a large population of jumpers who train at Paraclete XP SkyVenture and jump at our sister company, Skydive Paraclete XP. Jumpers drive to us nearly every week, because of the unique offering of having one of the world’s (and the nation’s largest) indoor skydiving wind tunnel.

View indoor skydiving prices or contact us to learn more about experiencing indoor skydiving near Charlotte for the first time!

Driving Directions from Charlotte

For turn-by-turn driving directions to Paraclete XP Indoor Skydiving from Charlotte, click “More Options” on the map or refer to the driving directions below:

  1. Take US-74 E (approx. 89 miles)
  2. Stay straight to go onto Andrew Jackson Hwy/US-74 Bus E. Continue to follow US-74 Bus E. (2.04 miles)
  3. Merge onto US-401 N via the ramp on the left. (28.89 miles)
  4. Turn slight left onto Brock Rd. (0.09 miles)
  5. Take the 1st left to stay on Brock Rd. (0.07 miles)
  6. Turn right onto Paraclete Dr. (0.13 miles)
  7. Paraclete XP Indoor Skydiving is on the right.

 

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The entire staff is extraordinarily professional and gracious. They are extremely safety conscious while at the same time giving everyone as much freedom as they can safely manage. A rare combination. While we (adults) were there, our instructor also suited up and trained a 2-year-old boy and a three-year-old girl.

Jack Berry