Reservations, Rentals, Questions & More
Do I need to make a reservation? May I come and sign up on site?
Yes, you may walk up. Guests are no longer required to have a reservation though we do still recommend them to secure your spot. Make a reservation here.
What happens if it rains?
We try our very best not to cancel any class or sessions with reservations, however, sometimes we have wet weather in the forecast. We try to cancel with as much notice and certainty as possible. All guests with reservations are notified via automated emails. If you do not have a reservation, check our Instagram for last minute weather posting.
Do you have skate rentals?
We have quad skate rentals from Toddler size 9 to Men’s size 15. They are included at no additional charge with any admission. You may bring roller skates or inlines from home but we only provide quad rental skates. You may rental protective gear or bring your own from home.
Is protective gear required for classes or sessions?
Safety gear is not required for any public skate session or instructed class. Full gear is required for any roller derby practice which includes helmet, elbow and knee pads and wrist guards. We rent protective gear for $5 per participant and require an ID or credit card as collateral until the gear is returned.
Do I have to buy a ticket if I want to just watch?
We do not allow spectators however minors may have one non-skating adult chaperone present for any class or public skate session. Special accommodations may be made for those folks with a medical necessary companion.
What is the difference between a group ticket purchase and a party reservation?
Group tickets are a discounted rate for public admission to session. These participants use the same public area as all other skaters. Public admission is not allowed outside food and beverage.
A party reservation gives your group a designated space on the property with tables, benches, and sun umbrellas. You may bring in your own outside food and beverage. Alcohol is prohibited.
Can we bring a cake or snacks to your outdoor facility? Can we bring coffee or other libations?
Public skate guests may not bring in any outside food or beverage unless they have a party area reservations. For public skate guests, water is the only consumable allowed at our property. We do sell bottled water, frozen treats and light snacks.
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