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Youth League | Indoor Skydiving for Kids

Ages 3-16

Indoor Skydiving For Kids

If you are looking for fun places for kids near you, we hope you’ll check out our exciting youth program. Paraclete XP Indoor Skydiving wants to feed the hunger that kids have for flying by creating a special time focused exclusively on them. We truly believe that the future of indoor skydiving begins with kids!

How It Works

One day a week, we block off an hour of time and allow 10 kids between the ages of 3-16 to fly in the tunnel. The fee is a modest $70 and kids are able to fly as much as possible within an hour… it’s addictive!

Youth League has transformed the way many of the kids fly from being tentative to confident flyers pushing their skills to learn more. Paraclete XP now has a small contingent of junior flyers who show great potential to compete (or have fun) with other juniors from around the country and around the world.

Who Can Participate? 

  • Any youth from ages 3-16 who has completed any of our first-time flyer packages.

Youth League Flyer Rules

  • Call on Mondays to register your child and confirm
  • Registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis
  • Limited to 10 flyers
  • Flyers must arrive 20 minutes prior to flight
  • Cost is $70 per flyer

Youth League is offered every Monday evening from 6:00 – 7:00 pm. 

Contact Us

If your child has already been through an introductory flight, they are eligible to join us for Youth League. Please call our office or contact us to learn more.



Downloadable Waiver Form

Waiver Form

All participants of Paraclete XP SkyVenture are required to sign a waiver form. All minors under the age of 18 must have parental consent signed by each individual's parent. Please download, sign and present on the day of your appointment.


This is a must do! If you want to skydive without jumping out of a plane, this is the place to do it. The staff are very knowledgeable, friendly, helpful and just plain awesome. I can't wait to go back for another flight.

Terry Tipton