The Washington Township Recreation Center Climbing Wall is 24 ft. high and 36 ft. wide, providing 7 ropes on which to climb. We have a variety of activity options that offer something for everyone. All participants must be at least 7 years of age for climbing wall activities (except Rock Climbing 1 Class - Ages 4-6).
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Open Climbs (Ages 7 and older)
The climbing wall is open for all certified climbers throughout the week (see schedule). Each climber and belayer must be WTRC certified in order to use the wall during these times. If you aren't already certified see the Orientation section below to see what is involved. An instructor is always present to ensure the safety of climbers and provide assistance. When available, instructors can belay. Daily walk-in fees apply. No Orientations will be done during Wednesday evening Open Climbs.
Birthday Party or Group Rentals (Ages 7 and older)
For large and small groups that wish to have sole use of the climbing wall and want to maximize climbing time, wall rentals are a very affordable way to have a fun and unique experience. The climbing wall can be rented as a 2 hour birthday party (1 hour on the wall, 1 hour in a room) or in half hour increments. An instructor is present during each rental to belay and ensure the safety of each climber. Contact us to reserve your rental today.
Group Rentals: $20/half hour for up to 10 climbers ($5/additional climber)
Birthday Rentals: $120/10 climbers for 2 hours ($5/additional climber)
Rentals available on Friday evenings, Saturday morning and Saturday afternoons.
Email Kathleen Washington or call 433-0130 to book your rental.
Complete Pass Holders - $8 Residents - $8 Non Residents - $10
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