Club Penguin rooms 2013 – list of all of Club Penguin’s rooms. I have compiled a list below of all of the current Club Penguin rooms & their images. I have added a description and listed all of the neighbours of each rooms. You’ll never get lost on Club Penguin again!
Club Penguin Rooms
The main room & most popular room of Club Penguin. When you log in, you frequently end up in the Town. It is often decorated when Club Penguin is having a party.
Neighbour rooms: Coffee Shop, Dance Club, Gift Shop, Dock, and Snow Forts.
At the Snow Forts, you can see the Penguin Time clock. On the Penguin Time clock, there is a red target attached to it which you can throw snowballs at – If you throw 10 snowballs at the target in a row, you will earn the “Clock Target” stamp.
Neighbour rooms: Soccer (Football) Pitch / Ice Rink, Town, and the Plaza.
The plaza is the second most popular room – When you log in, and if you don’t end up in the Town you’ll probably end up in the Plaza. Often decorated at parties.
Neighbour rooms: Forest, Pizza Parlor, Pet Shop, Stage, Boiler Room, and Snow Forts.
The Dock! A VERY popular room for “rare” (old) Penguin’s & popular penguin’s to hangout. It is very overcrowded at Sleet, at the Dock. The reason that it’s very overcrowded is because it’s a “rare” (old) room, and, well it just looks like a fun place to go! The game at The Dock is Hydro Hopper, which you can access by clicking on the boat.
Neighbor rooms: Ski Village, Beach, and Town.
The beach is a nice place to relax on Club Penguin. When Rockhopper comes, his ship, “The Migrator” will be ashore there.
Neighbour Rooms: Lighthouse, Ski Village, and The Dock.
The lighthouse is at the Beach. In the lighthouse, there is a *new* music catalog where you can buy instrument items for your Penguin. When you do the special dances with an instrument, it will make a sound (only works in the Lighthouse) – You’ll hear it if you have your computer volume & Club Penguin music on. If you go up the stairs, you will be at the Lighthouse Beacon.
Neighbour rooms: Beach, and the Lighthouse Beacon.
At the Lighthouse Beacon, you can play the Jet pack Adventure game by clicking on the launch pad. And you can see if Rockhopper is coming to Club Penguin by clicking on the telescope which allows you to look through it.
Neighbor room: Lighthouse.
The ski village is the third popular Club Penguin Room – It’s the third most likely for you to end up in when you log in to Club Penguin. Often decorated at parties. You can become a tour guide by clicking on the Tour guide booth – If you’d like to learn how to become a tour guide on Club Penguin, please visit our page on how to do so.
Neighbour rooms: Ski Hill, Dock, Ski Lodge, Everyday Phoning Facility, and Beach.
The Coffee Shop is a neighbor to the Town. In the Coffee Shop, you can have fun serving penguin’s Coffee – And if you go up to a Penguin, do the coffee emote, and then perform the Coffee Apron special dance (must be wearing coffee apron), you will get the Coffee Serve stamp.
Neighbour rooms: Town, and Book Room.
The boiler room is a hidden room, with two ways of getting there.
1: Go to the Underground Entrance located at the Plaza, Waddle into the room next to the pool, and you’ll be in the Boiler room.
2: Go to the Night Club, hover your mouse over the last speaker, and click on it – you’ll be in the Boiler Room.
You can also read old issues of the Penguin Times by clicking on the first draw.
Neighbor rooms: Dance/Night Club, Cave, and the Plaza.
At the book room, you can read books from the book shelf. Rockhopper’s Journal contains the key to Captain’s Quarters at the end of the book. The other Rockhopper book contains a friendship bracelet at the end of the book. You can play a game of manalca there.
Neighbour rooms: Coffee Shop.
The cave is underground, to get there, go to the Plaza, and click on the Entrance near the Pet Shop. There is a pool there, and a lifeguard’s chair so lifeguard’s can watch over the pool.
Neighboring rooms: Plaza, Mine, and Boiler Room.
The Cove is the best place to go for a swim on Club Penguin. It has a swimming area at the bottom. You can buy Surf Boards for the Catchin’ Waves game in the Cove catalog. You can access the Catchin’ Waves game by clicking on the Surf Hut. Fact: The Cove was released at the Member party in May 25th, 2007.
Neighbor room: Forest.
The Dance Club is mostly called Night Club by other Penguins. It is the best place for a party! If you’re thinking of throwing a party, that’s the best place to have it. It has two games, DJ3K and Dance Contest. You can buy records (hand items) there – which also unlock a new track in DJ3K.
Neighbour Rooms: Dance Lounge, Boiler Room, and Town.
The Dance Lounge is above the Dance Club. It is a very stylish room. There are 3 games there! Astro Barrier, Thin Ice, and Bits And Bolts. There is also a fun game you can play using your snowballs called Hit The Target – you play with a buddy, they throw snowballs at their choice of colour (blue or red) and you throw a snowball at your choice. Whoever throws the most snowballs at the end of the time limit wins.
Neighbor room: Dance Club.
The Dojo Courtyard is the outside of the Dojo and the Ninja Hideout. You can watch the Card Jitsu Water video there.
Neighbor rooms: Ninja Hideout, and the Dojo.
The Dojo is where you can play the game Card Jitsu. If you click on the Blue Mats, you can practice Card Jitsu – although practicing get’s you less percentage than Earn Your Belts. To earn your belts, click on Sensei (on the green card jitsu mat under the sign), then click Talk To Sensei, now click Earn Your Belts. Once you’ve got a black belt, you can try and defeat Sensei to earn your Ninja mask, and access to the Ninja Hideout.
Neighbour room: Dojo Courtyard.
The Forest is home to the best hiding places in all of Club Penguin. If you hover your mouse over the big rock, you can click the ladder to access the Hidden Lake.
Neighbour rooms: Mine Shack, Cove, and Plaza.
The Gift Shop is where you can access the Clothing Catalog to buy clothing items for your Penguin. This room is located at the right of the Town. You can also access the Exclusive Bonus Catalog where you can purchase exclusive items buy entering a code that you got from a Club Penguin toy.
Neighbour room: Town.
The Iceberg is home of the famous Club Penguin rumour, tipping the iceberg. The actual truth to this is, you can’t tip the iceberg. The game you can play there is Aqua Grabber. This room has no neighbor rooms, as it’s hidden on the map. Here’s where it’s located on the map:
Here’s a picture of the Iceberg:
The Ski Lodge is a relaxing place to go on Club Penguin. You can play a game of find four, or play Ice Fishing. You can buy a Fishing Rod in the Lodge Catalog for the game.
Neighbor rooms: Lodge Attic and Ski Village.
The Stadium occasionally changes to the Ice Rink or the football pitch, depending on the season. Here you can play a game of ice hockey or football. The Snow & Sports catalogue is here.
Neighbour rooms: Snow forts.
You can access the Pirate Ship at the beach. Rockhopper will be ashore at the Beach when he comes – He comes at parties like The Fair, Earth Day Party, Christmas Party, etc. You can see if he’s coming by looking through the Telescope at the Lighthouse Beacon.
Neighbour Rooms: Beach, Crow’s Nest, and Ship Hold.
The Ship Hold is downstairs of the Pirate Ship. You can access Rockhopper’s Rare Items catalog there.
Neighbour Rooms: Pirate Ship, and Captain’s Quarters.
The crow’s nest is above the Pirate Ship. Click on the ladder on the Pirate Ship to get to the Crow’s Nest. Click the cannon to fire it.
The Fire Dojo is home to the Card Jitsu Fire game. You can practice playing, or earn your fire suit.
Neighbour room: Ninja Hideout.
Water Dojo – Home to the Card Jitsu water game. Card Jitsu water is the most fun card jitsu game. Practice, or earn your water suit!
Neighbor room: Ninja Hideout.
There’s not much to do at the Mine Shack. The Mine Shack used to be hidden on the old Club Penguin map, a few years ago.
Neighbor rooms: Recycling Plant, Mine, and Forest.
The Recycling plant was released at the Earth day party 2010, along with a recycling shirt. Not much to do there, but it has lots of machinery that are recycling things.
Neighbour room: Mine Shack.
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