Which skates are easiest to learn?
This depends, but generally we see that roller blades (inlines) are easiest for most people. Quads, or roller skates can be difficult at first, but can be picked up with time and practice.
Can I bring my own skates?
Yes, however we will have to inspect them for cleanliness, safety, and to make sure there are no protruding parts that will scratch our floor. If you have worn your skates outside, we highly recommend that you thoroughly clean them before bringing them with you as dirt, gravel, or other debris may fall loose while skating and cause a hazard on our skating floor.
Do you have half sizes?
No, we do not carry half sizes, however your skates should fit snugly for support, and not be loose. You may try different sizes (provided they are available) until you find the best fit.
Do you have walkers that my child can use to learn how to skate?
No, we recommend that a parent skate with their child for support, or near the railings until they get their balance.
Can I walk on the floor with my child in my socks? Can I wear shoes or walk on the floor?
No, we do not permit anyone to be on the floor unless they are wearing skates.
Can I skate in the center with my young child?
No, we do not permit skating in the center during session. If your child is new to skating and/or is very young, we highly recommend signing up for lessons or joining us for our Tiny Tots Skate on Saturday mornings.
FREE PASSES – Can I use expired passes? Are they valid during Special Event Skates?
EXPIRED FREE PASSES are NOT ACCEPTED for ANY skating session. VALID free passes are only valid during our regular scheduled sessions, and are NOT VALID on special event skates such as New Year’s Eve, President’s Day, Halloween Costume Skate, Black Out Skates, etc…