In roller skating, as in dangling from the edge of a cliff, it’s important not to let a fear of falling make you miss an opportunity to hold someone’s hand. Don’t leave today’s Groupon hanging with admission to The Halls of Terror at Super Wheels Skating Center. Click here for the schedule. Choose from the following options:
- For $9, you get a haunted-skating package for one (an $18 value).
- For $18, you get a haunted-skating package for two (a $36 value).
- For $36, you get a haunted-skating package for four (a $72 value).
- For $54, you get a haunted-skating package for six (a $108 value).<p>
The haunted-skating package includes:
- Admission to the haunted house
- Admission to the skate rink
- Free skate rental<p>
The staff at Super Wheels Skating Center patrols the indoor recreation area to keep skating paths clear of escaped ghouls from The Halls of Terror haunted house. Fear-filled groups knock shakily at the door of the ghostly abode, winding their way on a terrifying trek through 27 scare-filled scenes. Like a milkshake ordered at a speakeasy, the haunted house augments childhood thrills with mature material, and is unfit for small children. To make up for missed treks through the nerve-racking real estate, youngsters can lace up rental skates and join post-spooked patrons to zip around a skating rink engulfed in lighting effects, flickers from five projection screens and 20 high-definition TVs, and melodies from the digital sound system’s collection of 350,000 songs. Guests can also plot entertaining diversions to the fun center’s arcade games, craft cell-phone texts for broadcast onto the big screen for a group critique, or finally settle the question of whether skate wheels are filled with caramel.
Super Wheels Skating Center
Though roller skating may be symbolic of life in the '50s, the staff at Super Wheels Skating Center has incorporated the tunes, TVs, and technology of today to bring this American pastime in to the 21st century. DJs spin a choice of more than 400,000 songs through the rink’s digital sound equipment, serenading guests as they show off their moves and finally embrace their wheel transplant. In order to offer more than just skating, the staff created a super arcade filled with interactive games and sprinkled the facility with 20 high-definition TVs and five giant screens that broadcast entertainment as well as live texts from guests and overprotective mothers.
Outside of open-skate hours, the rink puts on a range of events, including private parties, beginning and pro skating lessons, and special times for skaters 11 and younger. The facility's concession stand offers all of your classic favorites and now serves beer and wine.