Ice Skating in Mendota


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  • RollerLand Skating Center
    It's quite possible that many of the parents who bring their kids to RollerLand Skate Center spent their own childhoods at the rink. The Trevena family has run RollerLand for more than 30 years, long before America elected its first roller-skating president. In that time, the entertainment center has hosted countless parties, charity fundraisers, and regular skate sessions. Today, RollerLand carries its past into the present. DJs play Top 40 hits as skaters roll across the 12,000 sq. ft. skating floor during open skates or Teen Nights on Fridays. Away from the rink, guests can find staple amenities, such as a concession stand that serves nachos and corndogs, arcade games that spew out redemption tickets, and colorful tubes that snake throughout a three-story play structure. One thing stands out, however??a large vault door that looks like something out of a heist movie. Inside waits the Laser Maze, an ever-changing game that challenges its participants to stretch and bend around bright green beams of light.
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    324 S Link Ln
    Fort Collins, CO US
  • Silver Creek Sportsplex
    Silver Creek Sportsplex is a 240,000-square-foot facility that hosts kid- and adult-friendly leagues, camps, and classes for a range of activities, including indoor soccer, roller hockey, and flag football. The massive complex encourages healthy lifestyles with programs and services in its full service ClubSport fitness center and spa. During Open Play sessions, children 12 years and younger can climb and crawl through the facility's bright, inflatable obstacle courses and venture through play zones. Waiting parents can bring personal laptops to surf the web on free WiFi access, or sign up for a whole host of sports and activities for themselves. After a long day at play, kids can join their parents and recount harrowing stories from the front lines of tickle wars during meals at the facility's in-house restaurant, High Five at the Plex (food and drink not included).
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    800 Embedded Way
    San Jose, CA US
  • Downtown Ice
    Palm trees aren't normally present when Kristi Yamaguchi turns a triple axel. But that's par for the course at Downtown Ice, where the former Olympic skater has been known to circle the rink in celebration of a chilly San Jose tradition. Each year, Christmas lights wrap around the tree trunks in downtown San Jose?s Circle of Palms, lighting up the ice rink that spreads beneath the trees' fronds. Designed by rink architect Gil Garcia, the outdoor ice arena enables revelers to partake in a beloved winter tradition without being forced to partner skate with yetis. At night, the palms? twinkling lights join stadium lighting so that skaters can practice their Scott Hamilton backflips all night long. The temporary ice rink is part of San Jose?s Downtown for the Holidays traditions, such as Christmas in the Park and the Winter Wonderland amusement rides.
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    120 S Market St.
    San Jose, CA US
  • Extreme Fitness and Sports
    The expert trainers at Extreme Fitness and Sports push their clients to run faster, stretch deeper, and push harder. With their sports-specific and general fitness programs, they aim to help guests improve their performance using equipment either outdoors or within their sprawling facility. The facility boasts long stretches of flooring for sprints, free weights, and boxes of different heights to jump up upon.
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    1600 Dell Avenue
    Campbell, CA US
  • Stockton Indoor Sports Complex
    The Stockton Indoor Sports Complex celebrates fast-paced sports and recreation with public-skate sessions, roller hockey, and roller-derby contests. During public-skate sessions, adults and kids lace up old-fashioned quads or in-line skates and glide around the center's hockey-rink-sized floor. Add a couple goals to the floor, and it's ready for youth- and adult-hockey leagues or indoor-soccer matches?the complex's only skate-free activity aside from bathroom breaks and oft-discouraged handstands. For those who prefer to spectate, the Port City Roller Girls zip around the track on select days, shouldering opposing teams into the boards as they entertain fans during grueling roller-derby matches. On special occasions, the rink's private party rooms are available for birthday parties replete with pizza, hot dogs, and soliloquies lamenting the fleeting nature of one's youth.
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    3251 Ad Art Road
    Stockton, CA US

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