There are a number of affordable, casual restaurants in Orange not far from the dropzone at the intersection of Rts 15 and 20. We’ve listed a few of our favorites below.
Guests are welcome to bring food and snacks from home, or pick something up on the way. We have covered picnic tables in the front of the hangar – perfect for watching landings while you wait. There are a number of restaurants that will deliver to Skydive Orange; ask at manifest to see their menus.
Please keep in mind that NO ONE may consume alcohol on the dropzone until after the last load of the day, regardless of whether or not you are jumping.
Closest gas station to Skydive Orange. Offers sandwiches and other home cooked takeout.
Address: 18160 Constitution Hwy, Orange, VA 22960, United States
Phone: (540) 672-5411
Local Chinese restaurant in downtown Orange, VA. Located 3.5 miles from the DZ.
Address: 130 E Main St, Orange, VA 22960, United States
Phone: (540) 672-1044
American restaurant serving sandwiches, salads, and pasta. 3.5 miles from the DZ.
Address: 110 E Main St, Orange, VA 22960, United States
Phone: (540) 661-0004
Local Mexican restaurant located in downtown Orange, VA. 4 miles from the DZ.
Address: 215 N Madison Rd, Orange, VA 22960, United States
Phone: (540) 672-3880
Classic American surf ‘n’ turf dishes, sandwiches, salads, and pasta. 4.5 miles from the DZ.
Address: 101 Woodmark St, Orange, VA 22960, United States
Phone: (540) 672-4010
Charcoal & hickory-smoked BBQ in Gordonsville, VA. Located 12 miles from the DZ.
Address: 102 Martinsburg Ave, Gordonsville, VA 22942, United States
Phone: (540) 832-0227
South American food and flavor at its finest. Wonderful hospitality offering both American and South American favorites.
Phone: (540) 360-4176
My Avocado offers the unique taste of a Mexican Grill with a Mediterranean twist.
Phone: (540) 360-4191
Wise Guys offers burgers, hotdogs, sandwiches, soups, subs, and more!
Phone: (540) 661-9794
Walk in the door and you’re instantly faced with the hostess stand and a decision – a fork in the road. Take a right and you enter a light-filled dining room that can seat couples, families or even private parties. Take a left, and you’re ensconced in a lounge, perfect for a casual mid-day coffee, a happy hour drink with co-workers or a night out on Main Street with friends.
Designed by their Chef James Steele, their menu selections reflect the foods Chef began cooking at an early age. Many dishes were inspired by his grandmother and the restaurant is a reminder of the many generals who passed through this area during the Civil War particularly the Wilderness Campaign in May of 1864.
The largest tandem skydiving center near Northern Virginia, Washington D.C. and Maryland.