What to Wear and Bring
Go with loose baggy clothing your child can move easily in or stretchy spandex fabrics – not tight blue jeans. A T-shirt underneath with long sleeves on top to warm up is a common combination. Either shorts or long pants are fine although long pants will protect knees from scrapes. Be sure to send your child with an extra pair of socks if you want them to use our climbing shoes! Trim fingernails and leave removable jewelry at home. We have water, soft drinks, and chocolate bars for sale but we suggest you send your child with a large lunch and 2 snacks (morning/afternoon) for camp and a morning snack for our Kid's and Rock Solid Youth Programs. There is a snack bar next door with sandwiches, pizza etc., open Monday - Friday if they want to buy their lunches on site.
Consent Forms & Special Needs…
This is important!
All first time visitors to the Boiler Room must have a Consent Form on file before participating at the gym. Those under the age of 18 must have their Consent Form signed by their parent or legal guardian.
You can use our online option here, or you can download a copy of the Consent Form by clicking here. We also need you to tell us about any allergies, special needs or medical conditions so that we can properly accommodate your child. Our camps are nut and peanut free.
The registration fees are for all Youth Programs (Camps and Kid's Clubs) are non-refundable unless:
the session is filled and;
another child can use your space.
If organizers cancel the camp, full refunds will apply.