Like learning to use chopsticks, roller-skating takes patience, dedication, and a particularly dexterous set of toes. Show off how flexible your feet are with today's Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$18 for a roller-skating package for two (up to a $36 total value)
- Two rink admissions (up to a $9.75 value each)
- Two skate rentals (up to a $4 value each)
- Two sodas (up to a $1.50 value each)
- $5 worth of concessions, such as popcorn ($1.50)
$35 for a roller-skating package for four (up to a $71.50 total value)
- Four rink admissions
- Four skate rentals
- One pitcher of soda (a $6.50 value each)
- $10 worth of concessions
Ron-A-Roll Indoor Roller Skating Center
Before IMAX movies and online social networks, roller skating reigned supreme as the favorite pastime of American youth. Ron-A-Roll Indoor Roller Skating Center smacks of this blissful era, with its colorful retro murals, classic beach-wood floors, firm prohibition of halter-tops and baggy pants, and the gratuitous use of the word "hogwash." The beeps and whistles of arcade games jingle across the 14,000-square-foot roller skating rink, faintly audible beneath the boom of current hits. Spotlighted by strings of hanging lights, skaters of all ages soar across the rink during open skate, skate lessons, and fitness-skating classes held throughout the week.
Off the skate floor, a team of technicians staffs a pro shop, peddling inline skates and gear for rental or purchase while extending mechanical expertise toward repair work, wheel rotations, and cleanings. Meanwhile, in the concession stand, servers dole out boxes of popcorn and pitchers of soft drinks to fuel laps around the rink and inspire skaters to experiment with their popcorn-float recipe.
96% of 105 customers recommend
“Though the facility could use some renovations. We had an awesome time. Staff is very friendly. .”
“Fun for the kids but cash only and no hats or sunglasses”
“Excellent deal on skating. Tthe envirmrnt and music was fun however the refreshmEnt food (ie pizza, burger, fries) and service need a lot of improvements.”