Missouri River Valley Skydivers, Henrietta, MO
- Cessna 182
- Highest Exit Altitude: 10,500'
- In Business Since: 1958
- Max Weight: 220
- Training Methods: Static Line, Tandem
- USPA Member
The Ka-Mo Sport Jumpers were established in 1959 and jumped at the Northern Airport, a private field with grassy runway about 12 miles west of Kansas City on U.S. 24-40. Skydiving at that time was one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S. Sport Parachute jumping began in the US in about 1956, the sport had been developing in France 20 years earlier. The club operated at this location until late 1968 after two accidents the operation became somewhat dormant for two years from the loss of the members. KaMo then began to operate again in 1970 at Edgerton, Kansas. In 1974 the club left Edgerton and splintered into two groups one jumping at the Suburban Airport in Kansas and the other locating at the Lexington Airport in Missouri. Late in 1979 the Suburban operation ceased with the closure of the airport making Lexington the only operation. In 1981 KaMo ceased to operate as a club and was reorganized as they are today as Missouri River Valley Skydivers Inc. Missouri River Valley Skydivers / KaMo have been in continuous operation at the Lexington Memorial Airport since March of 1974. Several Ka-Mo, and Missouri River Valley Skydivers sports jumpers have competed at US and World skydiving meets. Danny Payne, a Kansas City fireman was a member of a 4-man team that took second in accuracy competition in 1967 at the national U.S.P.A. meet. Skydive MRVS fielded a 4-way team that placed 4th at the US Nationals in 1984. Also many MRVS / KaMo members have been members on world record skydives for formations, and CRW events to include the world meet in 1993.
- Climate-Controlled Packing Area
- Creeping Area
- Gear Rentals
- Gear Sales
- Load Organizers
- Rigging Services
- RV Hookups
- Video Debrief Facilities
Jump Packages & Rates
Tandem Skydivefrom $199.00
Before each jump, we train you towards earning a United States Parachute Association skydiving license, but you only make your very first jump ONCE! Why not immortalize your incredible experience with video and still photos? We have very experienced camera flyers that will follow you from the beginning of your experience, all the way through the jump and landing. They will fly in freefall with you document your experience! You will go home with the video professionally edited on a DVD and digital still pictures to enlarge and hang on your wall.
Static Linefrom $159.00
Static line classes are held Saturday and Sunday at 8:00am regardless of weather at Missouri River Valley Skydivers. Class time is approximately five hours. You are usually prepared to make your first jump at 2:00pm. Our Static Line Course is a United States Parachute Association approved method that is designed to give the student skydiver the maximum amount of instruction at the minimal cost. All MRVS instructors and coaches have been rated by the United States Parachute Association.
Multimedia Packages & Rates
DVD and Digital Still Photosfrom $105.00
Edited DVD video of your skydive experience at MRVS plus high-resolution still photos on C