Ice Skating in Burlington


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  • TraXside Skating
    The word TraXside artfully sprayed on one wall of the rink is the first clue that this is not a retro-style skate rink. At TraXside Skating, a family-oriented business, the colored lights reflect on the slick skating surface as skaters glide on bright-colored wheels around the rink. The ceiling arches overhead. Between laps around the rink, skaters refuel at the onsite snack shop or peruse the racks at the pro shop.
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    637 S Kane St.
    Burlington, WI US
  • Twin Lakes Country Club
    Owned and operated by the Cantwell family since 1982, Twin Lakes Country Club boasts an 18-hole golf course with five par 5s, six par 3s and seven par 4s. Their golf program includes private lessons as well as the Twin Lakes Junior Golf Academy, a seven-week program led by a PGA professional and three assistants. After long days on the course, golfers can relax in the Club House—formerly known as Red Barn Restaurant—for a prime-rib dinner or their all-you-can-eat fish fry.
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    1230 Legion Dr.
    Twin Lakes, WI US
  • Skate On Grand
    Some old-timey types of recreation are best left in the past—jousting, croquet, long pensive walks—but Skate on Grand gives roller-skating relevance to modern-day fun-seekers. A far cry from the roller rinks of yesteryear, its smooth, colorful skating surface comes to life beneath a rainbow of flashing lights and the sparkle of a disco ball. Its arcade also boasts contemporary bells and whistles including video games and an air hockey table. However, the snack bar’s staff recognizes that some things, such as ringing a bell to warn of invading enemy troops, simply can’t be improved upon, and dole out time-tested favorites such as pizza, hot dogs, and root-beer floats.
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    720 East Grand Avenue
    Fox Lake, IL US
  • Just For Fun Roller Rink
    Booming top 40 hits echo throughout Just for Fun Roller Rink?s two vast arenas, amping up the entertainment as skaters glide and showcase moves in open-skate sessions and parties. The glittering of disco balls and the surreal glow of black lights transform the colored wheels of rental roller skates, speed skates, or roller blades into vibrant blurs as they spin across polished floors. While smooth movers hold hands and stack themselves into speedy human pyramids, video-game enthusiasts can get their fix at the arcade games along the side of the rink, and food enthusiasts can whet their palate with pizza, hot dogs, and snacks. Come Saturday night, the rink transforms into a live-music venue for local bands, and on holidays and special occasions such as New Year's Eve, Halloween, and Insomniac-Appreciation Day it puts on all-night celebrations.
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    914 Front Street
    Mc Henry, IL US
  • Round Lake Roller Rink
    A culinary gem, Round Lake Roller Rink in Round Lake is a popular spot for fabulous pizza. Whether you are stopping in for the great quality, lightning-fast service, or both, you'll always leave this restaurant satisfied. It should be noted that business casual is the recommended attire. It's been tabbed by the locals as a really solid option for large groups. A staple in the community for more than 25 years, Round Lake Roller Rink definitely stands out from the rest.
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    766 N Hainesville Rd
    Round Lake, IL US
  • Skatetown
    Skatetown proves a smooth floor and a pair of skates are the only things necessary for fun. The skate center hosts roller-skating sessions and games, such as Red Light, Green Light and Limbo. Sessions are limited to kids aged 2–12 so that parents don’t need to worry about older kids going too fast, and special training tools help young children learn to skate.
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    1825 Sycamore Ave
    Racine, WI US

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