Skate America

3.942 Votes
  • Address: 4357 Broadway, Grove City, OH 43123, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-6148757606
  • Tags: Arena, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Games

The Skate America is a family-friendly indoor skating arena equipped with a spacious oval skating rink where both the kids and adults can enjoy skating. Quirky lighting is complemented by the peppy music played at the DJ Station and you will find the skating experience better than ever. You can bring your own gear or rent it and even buy the roller blades or skating gears from their concession area. If you are up for something different after skating, there is the arcade area and the game room with skill games. The facility also offers skating classes to the kids. Parties at Skate America are full of music, free skating, and delectable food and drinks.

How to Reach Skate America

  • Bus 3 to stop -Columbus St & Broadway

  • Skate America Address: 4357 Broadway, Grove City, OH 43123, USA, United States
  • Skate America Contact Number: +1-6148757606
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Skate America Reviews & Ratings

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  • Had a great time skating there. They play decent music and not outrageous. They also give b-day parties. Great place for people all ages

  • I am starting my granddaughters in skating lessons here. I'll update after we've been going awhile. So far, it's a good price to let kids have some great fun.

  • Skate America is one of those places that looks like it was built in the 70s or 80s and has just sort if degraded accordingly. The service isn't terrible (most of the staff appear to be teens) and the venue seems safe enough, but it's nothing fancy.

  • I went for a school fundraiser. The flyer said $3.50 admission. But it was like $8 for just the skates. You have to pay extra for EVERYTHING. My daughter is 5 and most of her little kindergarten friends had a walker thing to hold onto while they skate. The walkers were all over the rink. But they cost $5 to rent for 1 hour!!! It costed more to rent the pieces of white pipe with wheels on it than the skates themselves! Also they played a few games on the rink. And the winners got prizes. The girl rolling the giant die clearly CHOSE the winner by making the die land where she wanted it to. I expected more from a skating rink. I expected that '90s style fun with my kid and couldnt even skate with her because their prices were outrageous. It should not cost almost $15 for 1 person to skate for an hour.

  • Really loved it there gr8 food and games there's and the staff was pretty fun and professional I give that place and the staff a 10 stars🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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