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EAGLES ARIE AIRPLANE AND HELICOPTER TOURS.
Take a trip into the clouds with an amazing aerial tour over some of the most mesmerizing areas of the tri-state! This scenic tour, departing from the Sussex County Airport, will take your opportunity for adventure to new altitudes! Choose from two outstanding options for your aviation route via plane or helicopter! Travel out to the picturesque Delaware Water Gap, where you’ll see the rushing waters of the famous river glide beneath you as you soar back through striking Port Jervis, NY. Or fly over the beautiful golf courses, wineries and lakes of the stunning Crystal Springs Resort properties, with a with a scenic tour over the Wallkill Nature Preserve, a beautiful stretch of river, wetlands and wildlife.
SKYDIVE EMPIRE CITY.
Experience the thrill of free fall tandem parachuting. Feel the rush of adrenaline as you are introduced to free fall and an exhilarating parachute ride back to earth. It’s as easy as watching a video presentation, engaging in a 20-30 minute training session, then loading the plane for your jump. Skydive Empire City is the best value in skydiving!
ABOVE THE CLOUDS – HOT AIR BALLOON.
You officially have permission to get carried away! Voted best in the Hudson Valley, this Hot Air Balloon excursion offers a spectacular journey through the beautiful rolling hills and green pastures of Orange County. Hot air balloons depart from Randall Airport in Middletown, NY.
KITTATINNY CANOE WHITEWATER RAFTING AND CANOEING.
For more than 70 years and three generations, this family-run business has been providing outdoor fun for friends, families and visitors who want to experience the Delaware River and all the energy and excitement it has to offer. From rafting, canoeing, kayaking and tubing, to crazy paintball adventures, guests are provided with diverse river trips through two National Recreation areas. You’re invited to see what thousands of others have come to know and love about the Delaware River.