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The Rock Dump is every kid's favorite party venue! Hours of climbing, movies on our huge TV, and cake on our party balcony in the center of a big, big building. Climbing for the first time at a birthday party can be a fun and novel experience, or the start of something more. We know you'll want to come back and climb again, so we give every partygoer a free climbing pass to come back and use on their own within two weeks!
Parties are for big kids too! We have even had folks climb for the first time to celebrate their 60th birthdays at the Rock Dump.
Our most popular party rental, the climbing party package is $225 for up to 10 climbers, and $5/climber after that. Other partygoers or adults who are just belaying are free, and all the rental equipment is included. Call 586-4982 or email us to book your party today!
If you want to run your party after closing, we can do that for you! We have an hourly fee that we charge to stay open late, but the possibilities for custom fun are endless. We can do strobe-light bouldering, or cosmic climbing, we've even had a late night party with a live band! Contact us to chat about your ideas and plan something really unique!
What could be more fun that camping overnight at the Rock Dump? Overnighter packages start at $650 and can be customized however you want!
Most of our parties are the simple Party package. But we have a wide selection of add-ons that can enhance your Rock Dump party and really make it stand out in everyone's memory! Here are the prices for those options. Remeber, the sky's the limit!
You can schedule a birthday party for any time the gym is open. These times are listed on the schedule as "open climb." You do NOT need to schedule around classes or other scheduled programs in the gym. If you would like to schedule a party, call 586-4982 or email us and we'll help you set it up!
The Rock Dump can also be booked for parties and other events outside business hours. Check out the pricing page for more details![an error occurred while processing this directive]