Accessing Closed Areas in Club Penguin Island

Have you ever wanted to access closed areas on Club Penguin Island and maybe go swimming on the beach? Today I’m going to show you a really cool glitch which can make some great screenshots, exclusively on our blog!

Step 1:

You need to come to this room, which is technically impossible, but I stumbled across it today when filming some stuff. Firstly, complete episode 10 of Rockhopper’s Adventures but when you claim your reward, go to your home screen.


This alone is a glitch, but it gets better! This worked for me, though I can’t guarantee it’ll work for you.

Step 2:

Waddle over to the pirate swords and go to the very edge green marsh with your tube on. Be sure that you’re around where the curve is, like in this photo here.


Step 3:

Take off your tube. Your penguin will do some really weird flappy dance thing.


Step 4:

Put on your tube again, this time you will fall into the water and will be able to see some of the screenshots I posted earlier!


If you remember my previous glitch post, you’ll remember that there are portals. These basically take you back to land Once again, there’s even more portals here but the good thing is that they send you back on the island, so it’s not difficult at all to repeat the process.


I have to say, I think that this glitch is really cool and I’m surprised that I’m the first to discover it! You can get some really awesome pictures and you can really get a look at how much detail the team has put into the game, even if you can’t always see it.

Here’s previous glitches that still work:

Do you know of any other cool glitches? Be sure to let me know! Enjoy this glitch!

Waddle on!



2 thoughts on “Accessing Closed Areas in Club Penguin Island

  1. is it possible to access this area, without doing the adventure, by border breaking? Maybe you could figure this out 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔

    • Unfortunately, I doubt that it is possible to access this area without doing the adventure. A few friends of mine tried to use a tube to get over and we could see that behind the spiral stone is just water.

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