Ice Skating in Villa Rica


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  • Dazzles Rollersports
    Whether you're an avid skater or just trying to stand up in the rink, Dazzles Rollersports in Douglasville is a great place to have fun. 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. Grab the kids when you head to this club — its family-oriented atmosphere perfect for the whole clan. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    3844 Longview Dr
    Douglasville, GA US
  • Sparkles Family Fun Centers
    Sparkles Family Fun Centers' Hiram and Kennesaw locations both follow a simple recipe: take as many kid-pleasing activities as humanly possible and blend them all together. Black-light, 2 story, 3D laser tag, a spacious skate-floor dotted with brightly colored lights and an arcade stocked with the latest games attract kids and kids-at-heart alike. Meanwhile, free WiFi engages parents and tech-savvy little ones while other revelers bound through a multi-level playground with swings, slides and obstacle course. The nearby toddler play-zone–staffed with playground attendants who play along and chat with kids–also lets pint-sized patrons work off some energy. At the Couey cafe, guests sate appetites worked up by having so much fun.
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    4054 Jimmy Lee Smith Pkwy
    Hiram, GA US
  • Marietta Ice Center
    The sound of skate blades scraping to a stop constantly fills the air at The Marietta Ice Center, known as the MIC. Aspiring skaters gain confidence on the ice during learn-to-skate classes that teach basic skills, such as how to glide and how to stop without going into a belly flop. Hockey hopefuls learn similar basics during learn-to-play sessions that prepare them for joining one of the rinks leagues or pickup games during sticktime. Patrons regain their ice legs during public-skate sessions, with rental skates available for those who need them.
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    4880 Lower Roswell Rd.
    Marietta, GA US
  • IceForum at Town Center
    The doors of IceForum at Town Center open 365 days a year, offering all manner of ice enthusiasts access to NHL-regulation-sized ice surfaces. Children as young as three learn to skate in lessons offered year-round, based on curriculum developed by the U.S. Figure Skating Association. Other youths can enroll in the youth-hockey program, helmed by former NHL player Yan Kaminsky, which aims to develop budding players' talent so they'll catch the eyes of scouts for college hockey. Adult hockey leagues give grown-ups the chance to compete at beginner, intermediate and competitive levels, while public-skating session let them practice leisurely glides or signing checks using only their skates. On weekends, public skaters dance to the sounds of a live DJ or waltz to the rink's muffled sobs as one more pair of sharp skate blades turns its ice into tears.
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    3061 George Busbee Parkway Northwest
    Kennesaw, GA US
  • Atlanta Family Fun Centers
    Playtime shouldn't just be for kids. That's the idea behind Atlanta Family Fun Centers, under which both Cascade Family Skating and Golden Glide Party Zone bring the party. At either location, rollerskating beckons kids and adults to lace up their rollerskates and zip around the rink. Everyone takes the floor during family skating, while teens get their own event space at teen skating and adults work on their cardio moves to '80s hits during adult skating. The centers host more than rollerskating, too. Inflatables provide hours of bouncy entertainment during birthday parties, inviting guests to run, jump, and bounce in the way they were never allowed to on their childhood beds.
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    2750 Wesley Chapel Road
    Decatur, GA US
  • Starlite Skating Center
    Top 40 hits blast from speakers on the walls at Starlite Skating Center, sending skaters bouncing to the beat as they glide across the rink. Though the music is modern, the roller rink itself is a throwback: it's made of genuine hardwood maple, like the ones that were so popular in the 1960s. Zooming on top of it is as easy as picking up a pair of rental skates—but for those who’ve never traveled on eight wheels, the centers offer skating lessons, teaching students skills from basic balancing to skating while you're in a handstand. The centers entertain families off the rink, as well. Players can test their skills on 50 arcade games, while littler children jump and swing in the padded playgrounds. The Sharpsburg location also has a laser tag arena, where siblings and friends square off in space-age shooting matches.
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    3710 N Henry Blvd
    Stockbridge, GA US

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