Whether you're executing triple axels or clinging to the walls, Skateland in Mentor On The Lake is a great place for skaters of all levels.
If a bite's all you're after, then you'll want to stop by this club for a delicious fill of their home-cooked food.
Tots are more than welcome to hang with their parents at this club.
Expert dancers and amateurs alike can move and groove to the classes at Skateland.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Mentor Ice Arena encompasses two regulation-size rinks and a studio rink, which enables it to host open skate sessions alongside figure skating and ice hockey league play. In addition, the facility offers equipment rentals, skating lessons, and event spaces for birthday parties and other gatherings year-round. Skaters can even recharge at the snack bar and change in and out of their gear in provided locker rooms.
If you're up for an exhilarating work-out or maybe just a casual skate around rink with the kids, check out City Skate Center in Painesville.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Feel like a kid again when you try out the skating rink conveniently located at City Skate Center.
A member of a previously undiscovered species known as skateasaurus stakes its territory, tracing figure eights along the rink's hardwood floor. Dressed in blue-and-white shorts and a red trucker hat, the plush, green-and-yellow dinosaur—otherwise known as Skato—eschews eating children, and instead prompts them to shake it all about in rounds of Hokey Pokey. This fun ambiance extends to the rest of United Skates of America's roller rink, surrounded by lime-green walls and manned by a smiling staff. Inside the laser-tag arena, the outline of an asteroid belt and nearby planets pulsates under the glow of a black light as gunners duck behind posts and arches before homing in on their enemies or attempting to scan their allies' groceries. Around the rink, tables buckle under hot pizzas at bright-yellow booths, and gamers hone their skills at the nearby arcade in exchange for prizes such as backpacks, stuffed toys, and glow necklaces.
Pla-Mor Roller Rink offers classic fun that appeals to all ages. Glide onto the rink, and you'll notice the high-quality maple floor, tightly built so that novices can stay up and advanced skaters can zip at high speeds and carry out jumps and tricks. A sound system and special lighting add ambiance to the fun, and off-rink there are plenty of arcade games to test rollers' reflexes. Meanwhile, lessons throughout the week teach kids and adults alike how to improve their skating skills.
During the day, huge skylights cast a glow over Zelma Watson-George Roller Skating Facility's big, bright, festive rink; in the evenings, glow sticks and other fun accessories light up the crowd as kids and families roll by. Most days, contemporary hip hop and R&B provide the soundtrack, although occasional themed skates turn over the sound system to the likes of Michael Jackson. The center's cafe helps skaters recharge with wings, pizza, hotdogs, and cotton candy, and the arcade bleeps and buzzes with both video games and redemption games spooling out tickets that can be exchanged for prizes or added to an investment portfolio.