Roller Skating Rink

Building A Roller Skating Rink

The Building

Skating rinks come in many different sizes and shapes. An average sized rink would be about 18,000 square feet with a skating surface of about 10,000 square feet (approximately 70'x150'). Please keep in mind that these are just rough estimates and that smaller towns could easily get by with a smaller rink.

When considering different sized buildings think about the size of your town, the quality of your competition, and whether or not there is another skating rink already in your town.

Be sure to allow plenty of room for birthday parties as this will be a very important part of your business. Some rinks build small rooms for birthday parties and some just expand their snack bar. A large snack bar is a little more flexible but small party rooms give the parties a little more privacy, a place for the parents to hang out, and a convenient place to store presents.

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Always skate smart. Use appropriate protective gear. If you're not an experienced skater then learn to skate indoors at a roller skating rink. It's a flat and smooth surface with no traffic to deal with. We strongly encourage you to take lessons (most skating rinks offer them).

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