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  • What do I need to bring?
    For health and safety purposes, socks are required. If you plan to use rental skates, please bring a pair of socks, otherwise socks are available for purchase for your convenience.
  • How much does it cost to get in?
    All of our skate sessions are $20. Save by upgrading to a membership or multi-pass!
  • Can I bring in food or drinks from outside?
    No outside food or drink are allowed.
  • Can I bring my own skates?
    Yes! You can bring your own skates or use our rental skates?
  • I'm not skating, do I need to pay?
    Non-skating chaperones of minors and children under 3 years old do not need to pay. All others must pay admission, whether skating or not.
  • What if I don't know how to skate?
    We recommend all guests come to at least one skate class before coming to a session. We offer classes on Mondays (Adults only, 7pm), Wednesdays (All ages, 6PM), and Saturday (all ages, 9:30am). Wednesday and Saturday classes (all ages) are $15 (cash-only) and include free skate rental and admission to the session after class to practice. Monday classes (adults) are $25 (cash-only) and include free skate rental and admission to the session after class to practice. If you can't attend a class, we have skatemate skate trainers available for rent ($5) in all sizes, child through adult that are great for first timers. Private skate lessons are also available.
  • No skating against traffic
    Before entering the skate floor, please observe which direction the skaters are skating. Normal skating directing is counter clockwise, although occasionally the DJ will reverse the skating direction. Skating in the opposite direction of traffic is not allowed. To exit the floor, please complete your current lap and exit.
  • Follow all posted signs and listen to instructions from floor guards and other rink employees
    In addition to rules on this FAQ, please follow all posted rules and signage, and listen to instructions from floor guards and all rink employees.
  • No food or drinks allowed on the skate floor.
    For safety of all guests, food and drinks should only be consumed in our cafe or table seating areas
  • Skaters only on the skate floor
    No, for liability purposes only skating guests are allowed on the floor. Non-skaters pose a risk to themselves and others. Any non-skaters on the floor may be asked to leave.
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