Ice skating is great and all but sometimes you want that level of fun without the chill. That’s where roller skating comes in. It’s one of those pastimes that feels weirdly forgotten but is very much so still alive and thriving. So why not pick up a pair of blades and hit the rink? Here are 5 of the best places to go roller-skating around Seattle.

Southgate Roller Rink

If you’re looking for a classic, family-friendly roller rink experience then you can’t go wrong with Southgate Roller Rink. You can enjoy open skate, have a party here and even enjoy live music. Plus beer, cider, soda, & snacks are available while you’re visiting the rink.

Where: 9646 17th Avenue SW, Seattle, WA
Hours: Skate times vary by day

Pattison’s West

Family-owned and operated for over 30 years, Pattison’s West knows a thing or two about roller skating. You can enjoy open skate, adults-only nights, and also rent it out to have your dream party. You’ll also be able to grab food and drink items as well as adult beverages.

Where: 34222 Pacific Highway South, Federal Way, WA
Hours: Skate times vary by day

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Lynnwood Bowl & Skate

If you’re looking for the best of both worlds, Lynwood Bowl & Skate is a great option. Because as the name suggests you can enjoy both bowling and roller skating. Like other skating locations, you can rent it out for your parties and also enjoy a food and drink menu.

Where: 6210 200th St. SW, Lynnwood, WA
Hours: Skate & bowl times vary by day

Everett Skate Deck

Everett Skate Deck is another spot that offers both open skate and adult nights. On adult nights you can enjoy tunes from DJs and dance & skate to your heart’s content. It’s the perfect place to bust out all those skating tricks you’ve learned and yes you can rent it out for parties as well.

Where: 9700 19th Ave SE, Everett, WA
Hours: Skate times vary by day

Skateworld Tacoma

Definitely a bit further south but if you already live in south Seattle, Skateworld is a great place to make the drive to. They truly do it all with birthday parties, public skate sessions, private events, lessons, roller derby, and even summer camp. Plus they have a skate shop if you decide you need your own pair.

Where: 2101 W Mildred St, Tacoma, WA
Hours: Skate times vary by day

So why not switch it up? Check out your nearest roller skating rink, it’s affordable fun with admission at $15 or under at most rinks and affordable skate rental. Who knows, you might just be really good at it. Have fun out there folks!