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Where Underground
Opened May 26, 2006 (Members)
May 29, 2006 (everyone)
Renovated November 14, 2013
Closed March 30, 2017
Mini-games Cart Surfer and Puffle Rescue
Room ID 808
Tour Description
This is the Mine. Puffles like exploring tunnels... and sometimes get trapped inside. They need your help to rescue them!

The Mine was an underground chamber in Club Penguin. Mine tracks led into deeper and dangerous caverns, where Cart Surfer could be played. After puffles started getting lost here, Puffle Rescue could be played to save them.

Other tunnels within this room led to the Underground Pool, Gold Mine, as well as the surface, and the Cave Mine, before it was sealed off.


The Mine was first opened to players in May 2006 during the Underground Opening Party, although at that time, it was completely empty. A week after the party ended, Cart Surfer first became playable. In January 2010, a landslide occurred. Penguins then starting drilling to see the cause, and the Cave Expedition began, where new tunnels were discovered. After the expedition ended, the caves were deemed unsafe, and were blocked off. However, a few months later, puffles began wandering in the closed off caves. Rescue teams were formed to save them, and Puffle Rescue came to be. After the rescuing began, the caves reopened.

In November 2013, tremors occurred, which sealed off the entrance to the Cave Mine permanently. However, a nearby cave, the Gold Mine, was then discovered.

However, the history of the Mine may date back to even before Club Penguin ended beta testing. According to issue 130 of the Club Penguin Times, after it was first discovered by the public, miners found small traces of gold ore. It was then hypothesized that someone already mined all the ore long ago, and left no gold remaining before abandoning the Mine. Aunt Arctic also mentioned that the gold that was mined here is what has made Club Penguin's currency, coins.


After renovation, various things were added to the Mine. There was a staircase leading up to the Mine Shack, where the entrance to the Cave Mine used to be. The entrance to Cart Surfer was also redesigned. Various mining equipment could be found across the room, along with piles of rock along the west wall. An entrance to the Gold Mine was added to the southeast corner, with a wooden walkway leading to it.


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Anniversary Balloons Pin



  • During Medieval Parties, except for 2013, the Mine had a faded purple color. Crystals protruded out of the walls, and the Switchbox 3000 could be used, which controls a giant mechanical dragon.
  • During Music Jams from 2008 to 2011, the Mine was home to "Musical Icicles" which could be clicked on. Each produced a different pitch when clicked. In 2010 and 2011, there was also a memory game with four giant ice cubes.


  • During the Underground Opening Party, there was a banner that said "MEMBER PARTY" with free Miners Helmets. A banner also was placed over the future Cart Surf entrance, labeled "GRAND OPENING MAY 29"



  • During the Water Party 2008, there was an 8-panel comic and a movie displaying the history of the Water Party.
  • During the Fall Fair 2008, there was a snack shack and neon lights like the previous year, but no arrow. The neon also displayed a penguin crashing in Cart Surfer.
  • During the Christmas Party 2008, the Mine became an icy cavern, and the Cart Surfer area was made of candy and gingerbread.


  • During the April Fools' Party 2009, the Mine was decorated the same as in 2007, except with more boxes.
  • During the Adventure Party, various ancient artifacts were being researched here. There was an inspection table and a computer, as well as various tools.
  • During The Fair 2009, the Mine was decorated the same as in 2007.
  • During the Halloween Party 2009, the Mine became darker, and there were various pits with green slime.





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Names in other languages

Language Name
Portuguese Mina
French Mine
Spanish Mina
German Mine
Russian Шахта


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