Skydive Spaceland

Skydive Spaceland LogoSkydive Spaceland is a three-generation family-owned and -operated skydiving business, with locations in Houston, Texas, and Clewiston, Florida (just south of Lake Okeechobee andthe Everglades, serving skydivers in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, and Fort Myers areas of South Florida).

Skydive Spaceland-Houston has the newest, most modern facilities for skydiving on a 130-acre private airpark in Rosharon, Texas just 25 minutes south of Reliant Stadium in Houston off Highway 288. First opened for business in February 2000 by Steve Boyd, Sr., Skydive Spaceland has grown into a truly world-class skydiving facility open 7 days a week and capable of handling hundreds of skydivers jumping daily. More than 100,000 skydiving students have been instructed at Spaceland and the center facilitates about 100,000 skydives per year.

Skydive Spaceland has also played host to the world’s largest skydiving competition, the  United Parachuting Association National Skydiving Championships (2009) , as well as several other large competitions including the U.S. National Collegiate Parachuting Championships and multiple U.S. National Canopy Piloting Championships. Several state records have also been set at Spaceland including the Texas State Record 150-person skydive in 2007, 168-person skydive in 2011, and multiple Women’s Texas State Record skydives held jointly as fundraisers for Jump for the Rose, a Houston-area breast cancer clinic.

Organizers are available every weekend to jump from Super Otters, Super Caravans, and Super Skyvans.

Skydive Spaceland-Miami offers a 26-year history of awesome skydiving at the scenic, wide-open Airglades Airport just south of Lake Okeechobee,  and South Florida’s only full-time turbine aircraft. The view of Lake Okeechobee just 4 miles north of the drop zone provides unparalleled scenery along with all the amenities! Skydivers from South Florida’s east and west coasts, and all points in between, will enjoy this large airport with a close-knit family feel.