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Summer Activities at The ROC

Ropes and Rocks Drop-in and climb

Opening soon - June 2022!

Experience the great outdoors with your friends, family or coworkers at the ROC this season.  Whether you are looking to host a birthday party, add some excitement to your corporate team building, or just a fun night out with friends, the ROC has a solution to meet your needs.  

Outdoor Adventure Programs

Register Today!  Come join us at the ROC York Region's Adventure Headquarters to experience the great outdoors. To view all the outdoor programs and camps available and to register, visit the online recreation registration portal. ​
 
Program Highlight: Archery
Join us for a fun evening of archery. With programs for children, youth and adults, anyone can try the sport of archery in a fun and friendly environment. The program focuses on the basics of safety, proper stance, technique and target practice with a camp bow. No experience or equipment necessary.

Camps and PA Days Camps

Town of Georgina offers a variety of different summer camps at different locations. Camps include: Swimming, Heritage, Leadership, ROC, Sports, Theatre and Variety camps. Don’t delay, plan your summer today! 

To learn more about our camps visit the Camps webpage

 Lawn Bowling

Fun and friendship outdoors

Benefits of joining the Georgina Lawn Bowling Club:

  • Gentle exercise
  • Outdoor activity
  • For all ages
  • Co-ed sport
  • FREE instruction
  • Friendships
Your membership includes a membership in the Ontario Lawn Bowling Association. 
For membership inquiries, please contact Gail Lowe 905-596-0410
Give it a try!
 

Volleyball

*Free for regular drop-in activities. Unsupervised, use at own risk.
The ROC's three beach volleyball courts will provide fun in the sun during the summer months and double as an outdoor skating surface in the winter.

Basketball Courts

*Free for regular drop-in activities. Unsupervised, use at own risk.
Get practicing your dunks, dribbles and passes on one of the ROC's two, half-court basketball courts.

Bike Park

*Free for regular drop-in activities. Unsupervised, use at own risk.
 
Boulders, bridges, rock gardens, skinnies, rollers and jumps will challenge riders and build skills. The bike park consists of three sections—dirt jumps, pumptrack and the learning area. The dirt jumps offer a multitude of options for advanced riders. The pumptrack has been configured for both novice and advance users to practice their pressure control and cornering skills. The learning area includes features that allow the user to work on individual or multiple skills in order to navigate successfully. The riders can also try their skills in a trail setting on the progression trail.
A certified helmet is strongly recommended.  Use at own risk.
 

North Shore Bike Trails

For the Experienced Rider.  Unsupervised, use at own risk.
 
*Free for regular drop-in activities.
 
Once the riders feel confident they’ve mastered the beginners trail, pump track and dirt jump park, they can enter the North Shore Trails system. The North Shore Trails consist of two trail challenges. The first trail cluster is geared towards the intermediate riders, testing their skills level while offered varying routes increasing the level of excitement. The second trail is the most southerly trail consisting of advanced features. These features range from intermediate to expert levels. This bike park is guaranteed to please.  A certified helmet is strongly recommended.  Use at own risk.
 

Labyrinth

Labyrinths have been known and used for over 3500 years by people of many cultures. This labyrinth is based on Cretan design and was created by volunteers from Hospice Georgina under the leadership of Debra Scott.
The labyrinth is a single path walk. There are no tricks to it and no dead ends. The path is winding and becomes a mirror for our lives; it touches our sorrows and releases our joys. As we walk it with an open mind and an open heart, it leads to healing, blessing, self-knowledge, clarity, balance and the shedding of guilt.  You are welcome to walk the labyrinth at any time. Please feel free to care for the grounds and to treat them as a sacred space. Welcome and enjoy!

Trails

Walking trails located throughout the ROC property. Trails are made of gravel, chips, grass or dirt. There is also a 1km accessible trail on either paved or concrete surface.Unsupervised, use at own risk.
Remember your water!
 

Tennis Courts

*Free for regular drop-in activities.  Bring your own equipment. Unsupervised, use at own risk.
 
Four fully lit asphalt tennis courts provide a great facility to enhance your tennis skills.  Available to be rented for tournaments and group bookings.  Call the Recreation and Culture Dept. for group and tournament pricing at (905) 476 4301.

Splash Pad/Naturalized Play

Naturalized play area is accented by a water play splash pad, play structures, slides, landforms and play pods. Water Play facility will be a fun-filled haven for children; a place to enjoy laughs and thrills in a safe, green and environmentally responsible environment. Splash equipment includes vertical jets, dump buckets, high volume jet and ground spray nozzles. Unsupervised, use at own risk.

Soccer Fields

With 10 sports fields, including lit and unlit, naturally and artificially surfaced fields, and four regulation sized fields will accommodate outdoor field sports such as soccer, lacrosse, and field hockey.  Call the Community Services Dept. for group and tournament pricing at (905) 476 4301.

Baseball and Softball Diamonds

Complete with a full regulation sized field, enhanced t-ball and blast ball fields, and three softball diamonds. The ROC is the ideal spot to host your baseball games and tournaments.  Call the Community Services Dept. for group and tournament pricing at (905) 476 4301.

 

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