What we're about
Upcoming events (2)
Coral Cliffs on Wednesday evenings has a special ladies night rate. It's $19 flat w/ gear included from 7:30 until closing.
Guys will pay the regular rate of $19 for the day pass, and $10 for gear if you need to rent. This is OPEN CLIMB only for belay certified climbers. No class is included.
No deposit is required for those who are already belay certified, but if we have a good amount of people who are new and want to take the class, I'll collect a $10 deposit and reserve class spots. Class for ladies is also just $19, which you'll pay at the gym after I've refunded your deposit.
Climbing class Deposit via
Cash App: $MikeJeanPierre
Temperature checks will be administered at the door and the gym will restrict the occupancy to only 20 climbers max. Everyone will be required to keep their mask on and there will be hand sanitizer stations you can use before and after you climb a route. Masks should be ideally 3-layer and fitting well over the nose and mouth. No neck gators.
After, far to long of a hiatus, We're back!
2020 put the kibosh on getting together, but the new year brings new life. So bring your kayak, paddleboard, canoe, or Lear Jet and Let's kick off the sandbar season!
Plan to arrive at the park entrance around 10AM to give yourself time to get through the entrance line, find parking, rent gear if needed, and be ready to hit the water by 11AM. For those needing to rent a paddle board, kayak, or canoe, we'll meet by the picnic tables downstairs from the rental center. People can group together to split costs for tandem kayaks and canoes, or you can rent a single kayak for yourself. Parking is $4 per single-occupant vehicle and $6 for multi-occupant vehicle.
*Single Kayaks are $45 for 3 hours.
*Tandem Kayaks are $55 for 3 hours ($27.50 per person split).
*Canoes are $60 for 3 hours and can fit 3 people ($20pp).
*Paddle Boards are $50 for 3 hours.
The rental center charges $10 additional per hour and will bill you afterwards. There are no online reservations on weekends, so it'll be first-come, first-served.
After everyone gets their gear, we'll walk over to the Oleta river launching point directly across from the rental center, it'll be a quick 20 minute paddle to the sandbar. We'll look for the TWO pirate flags - a red flag with white skull+crossed swords, and a black flag with a cartoon skull wearing a yellow cap where Dan's boat will be anchored. He has a grill on the boat and will be arriving at the sandbar at 11:00 (give or take a few minutes, depending on Miami time)! Bring your favorite drinks and anything you want for the grill or you can order food from the nearby food boats (yes! food boats!).
Dan doesn't ask for any money, for this but if you would like to help out with gas for the boat, he'll happily accept a small donation. You can also bring some cash if you want to get on the boat to grill and help cover propane costs.
Let’s get our sandbar on!