Do you have an adventurous kid? Check out this list of rock climbing gyms near Long Beach to help your kids reach new heights – and have lots of fun!
As my kids are getting older, they’re looking for new, fun ways to play beyond parks and traditional indoor playgrounds. So they were thrilled when we started exploring rock climbing!
We’re lucky to have a couple spots in Long Beach where you can take kids rock climbing – not to mention a ton of parks featuring fun climbing elements! Expand your search to Long Beach and surrounding areas and you’ll find a ton of great rock climbing gyms for kids.
Here’s a complete list of rock climbing gyms near Long Beach that you’ll definitely want to check out!
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Rock Climbing Gyms in Long Beach
Address: 2599 East Willow Street, Signal Hill, CA 90755
Hours: Monday through Thursday – 10am to 10pm, Friday -10am to 9pm, Saturday & Sunday – 10am to 8pm
Cost: Climbing Day Pass- $18 youth (13 and under)/ $22 adult (14 and over) per day. There are also a variety of repeat visit price options, including Family Memberships and a Youth 10 Visit Punch Pass. For a full breakdown of all pricing get more details here.
Hangar 18 is a traditional rock climbing gym that doesn’t have a lot of kid centric bells and whistles. However, it’s still a great place to see if your kids are into rock climbing! There are easy walls for beginners and the staff is very helpful.
Long Beach Rising
Address: 205 E Anaheim St., Long Beach, 90813
Hours: Monday – Friday 6am-10pm, Saturday/Sunday 10am-6pm
Cost: A day pass is $22, but there are a wide variety of membership options, classes and 5 or 10 visit punch cards. Check out full pricing here.
Long Beach Rising is a great choice if your kids have tried rock climbing and loved it! They offer 2 Youth Climbing Clubs (one for age 10 and under and one for ages 11+). You can also host a birthday party or send your kids to Climbing Camp during the summer!
Rock Climbing Gyms Near Long Beach
If you’ve tried everywhere in town and are looking for even more fun, don’t worry! There are quite a few rock climbing gyms near Long Beach that will give your kids new challenges and adventures!
Hapik – South Gate
Address: El Paseo Center, 8712 Garfield Ave., South Gate 90280
Hours: School Weeks, M-F 2pm-7pm, Holidays and School vacations, M-F 10am-9pm, and all weekends 10am-10pm
Price: Hapik offers a variety of Climbing Passes and Memberships. A regular visit is going to cost you $19.90 for a Climbing Pass and $13.90 for a mini climber (min weight of 35 lbs). We also love that they offer a Family Pass, good for 3 climbers including at least 1 adult, for $49.90. Additional pricing available here.
Hapik is a dedicated kids climbing gym with some incredible features. In addition to their fun rock walls with 3 different levels of difficulty, there are other exciting obstacles as well. Check out the ropes course, ziplines, and fun vertical challenges like jumping from one post to another, high in the air! Also, a great spot for a birthday party!
Address: Multiple locations – pick your closest location here.
Hours and Price: May vary by location
With a few locations in the area (including Sender One Lakewood coming in 2024!) this is a super fun climbing gym for kids in the Long Beach area. You can head up towards LAX or down to Santa Ana for this special climbing day.
Sender One is the quintessential rock climbing spot in SoCal – with drop in programs, classes, camps, climbing academy and climbing teams. There’s something for climbers of every level. Jump like Spiderman, brave the Trembling Towers and master the Gear Wall at this fun spot.
Rates and more information available here.
Best Rock Climbing Parks in Long Beach
While our kids love rock climbing gyms, let’s be honest, it can add up to take a family of kids all the time. So when our kids are itching to climb, but our wallets aren’t up for it, we hit up one of the many parks in Long Beach featuring climbing elements.
Fortunately, many of the parks in Long Beach have had some amazing upgrades recently and rock walls are now a staple at many parks. Here are some of our favorite parks for climbers.
- Reservoir Park – My kids literally call this “Rock Climbing Park” for it’s many simulated natural rock climbing opportunities.
- Lincoln Park – This one is unique because there are rock climbing areas and HILL climbing areas, which are a whole other activity that kids love!
- Los Cerritos Park – ladders, rock walls and even tree trunks designed for you to climb make this a great park for climbers.
- Junipero Beach Playground – while this park doesn’t have traditional rock climbing, it’s by far the best park for serious climbers.