Youth groups on Long Island are always searching for various activities that will entertain, teach, and bring together a group of children or teens. Climbing at Island Rock is the perfect place for a youth group event that guarantees your idea of fun will be brought to new heights. Activity-based, interest-based, and religious-based groups all have unforgettable events at Island Rock. Look no further for an awesome activity for your youth group.
Day camps and travel camps from all over Long Island, New York City, Connecticut, and New Jersey have been coming to Island Rock for almost two decades giving campers the opportunity to experience rock climbing in a controlled, indoor environment. Campers will have the ability to scale many of the walls in our 14,000 square foot facility keeping them highly entertained.
Have your camp counselors learn the necessary knots and belay method so they can hold the ropes for the campers. This is a great option if you are coming to Island Rock many times throughout the summer.
|Goody Bags||$4.50 each|
|Photo Favors (Photo of each climber - 8min.)||$2.95 each|
|Table Cloths||$2.50 each|
|Extra Pizza||$15.00 per pie|
Deposits are non-refundable and cannot be transferred to any other date or time if canceled or moved within 2 weeks of the booked event; prior to two weeks of the event, the deposit can be fully refunded or applied to another date or time.
An oral confirmation must be given to an Island Rock manager a minimum of 4 days in advance to provide the final count for the event (unless otherwise stated in event confirmation). The final count given will determine the minimum amount of guests that will be required to be paid for. The number of guests confirmed puts your group into one of the brackets listed. Customer is required to pay for the lowest number in whatever bracket in which they confirm in addition to all guests that exceed that minimum number.
All guests climbing or entering the climbing area must have a signed waiver.
All guests must adhere to Island Rock's facility rules and instructions given by staff members.
Parents are responsible for controlling the behavior of their children.