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Go Parasailing in NJ with Kids

Add some high flying fun to your beach day with these great parasailing outfitters in NJ.


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Atlantic Parasail (Wildwood Crest, NJ)

After more than 25 years in business, Atlantic Parasail offers single, tandem (two people) and triple harness rides. With eight-12 minutes of airtime and 90 minutes dock to dock, the whole family can enjoy a scenic view of Wildwood Crest.

  • $70/parasailor, $40/observer, $29/photo package, $29/GoPro aerial adventure camera package

  • Ages 6+, with an adult required for any parasailor under 18. IDs are a must!

Atlantic City Parasail (Atlantic City, NJ)

Scenery and ocean life—that’s what Atlantic City Parasail is all about! 12-15 minutes of airtime, 90 minutes to watch your companions and enjoy the Atlantic City skyline.

  • $80/parasailor

  • Ages 6+, with an adult accompanying anyone under 18 (IDs required)

Belmar Parasail (Belmar, NJ)

To add to to the experience, Belmar Parasail offers several discounts: 10% off military personnel and college students (with valid IDs), 15% off all flights before 10 am. Additionally, Banana Boat rides are $25 per person.

  • $85/single parasailor, $140/tandem, $210/triple, $45/observer

  • No age minimum, but parasailors under the age of 18 MUST have parent or guardian sign for them before boarding the boat.

East Coast Parasail (Cape May, NJ)

The only parasailing offered in Cape May, East Coast Parasail sometimes coincides with dolphin feed patterns—so keep your eyes peeled for daily dolphin sightings. If flying high isn’t your thing, book a jet ski or jet boat ride.

  • $70/parasailor, $35/observer, and $30-55 for the photo/video package

  • Ages 6+ with an adult accompanying anyone under 18 (IDs required)

LBI Parasail (Long Beach Island, NJ)

This has been Long Beach Island’s premier parasail operation. LBI Parasail can accommodate three riders at time and uses clean diesel engines on their boats.

  • $79/parasailor, $30/observer

  • Ages 6+ with another passenger (sibling, friend, adult) to fulfill the weight limit, which is determined by the captain and based on the conditions (wind, sea, etc.)

Point Pleasant Parasail (Point Pleasant, NJ)

Located minutes from Jenkinson’s Boardwalk, this company boasts stunning views of the Jersey Shore. Point Pleasant Parasail offers airy amusement for the whole family and offers great discounts: 10% off military personnel and college students (with valid IDs), $10 per person with the early bird special.

  • $85/single, $140/double, $195/triple, $25/observer, $30/photo package

  • No age minimum, although it’s encouraged that children under the age of 4 don’t ride.

 

Before you take to the skies, be sure to check out the company’s website for various rules, requirements, reservation details and promotional deals. Happy flying!

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