If you’re looking for a fun activity to do in Denver, look no further than roller skating!

Denver has several great places to roller skate, whether you’re a beginner or a pro.

Here are some of the best places to check out:

1. Skate City Aurora

Skate City Aurora

Skate City Colorado has six skating locations to serve you.

They have four in the Denver Metro Area and two more in the Colorado Springs area.

Plus, They also have the beautiful Xfinity Roller Sports Arena in the northern Colorado Springs.

Stop by any of our locations to enjoy roller skating with your friends and family. 

2. City Skate

City Skate, presented by Southwest Airlines

City Skate, presented by Southwest Airlines, is the perfect location for your corporate or private party. With music, free mini-golf, and skating galore, there is something for everyone at City Skate.

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Moreover, City Skate is also an excited to bring a new opportunity to companies this year.

Come showcase your business to all visitors, residents, and employees who visit City Skate with a uniquely urban experience during the summer season.

3. Roller City

Roller City

Roller City West’s skating facility was opened originally in the 60’s, hosting skaters of all ages up until the 90’s when the doors were closed.

For over 21 years, the facility was used as a thrift store, before being purchased by a local fan of the original facility, Bry Duncan, who is bringing your favorite rink back to you!

As a frequent attendee of the original Roller City West, and a valued friend of the original owners, he is here to bring you the Roller City you love and remember with a brand new facility.

4. Roll


Roll is a monthly themed roller skate party in Tracks and ReelWorks, complete with skate rental, mind blowing sound and lights, and of course sippycup drinks for one helluva party!

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Featuring Denver’s premier sound and light show and over 700 pairs of roller skates for rental, ROLL is a skate-dancing experience that brings you back to your childhood with reverse skate, open skate, old school hip-hop and more.

No roller skating party is complete without “YMCA,” “Ghostbusters” and “Double Dutch Bus”, and ROLL will feature those memorable old school beats plus today’s best with DJ Soup in ReelWorks.

But the party isn’t just all roller skating! Sing your heart out in the lounge with VJ Aaron, or dance in Tracks with DJ T playing the best music around!

5. Wagon Wheel Roller Skating Rink

Wagon Wheel Roller Skating Rink

Wagon Wheel Roller Skating Rink (Wagon Wheel Skater Center) opened it’s doors to Brighton on Thursday, April 3rd, 1958. 

The builder and original owner, Howard Eyerly, had intended to operate the facility in partnership with his son; however, after a tragic hunting accident, Howard had to follow through opening the “Wagon Wheel Youth Center” without his son’s involvement. 

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After managing the Wagon Wheel for Howard through the early 60’s, Eddie & Mary Trevena purchased the Wagon Wheel in 1968. 

Never short on labor, the Trevenas, and their 6 children (3 boys and 3 girls) operated the skating rink for over 25 years. In the mid 80’s Eddie & Mary purchased a second skating rink in Ft. Collins, Rollerland Skate Center , and moved the family up north. 

Eldest son Troy stayed behind to keep the Wagon Wheel rolling. Troy and his family operated the Wagon Wheel through 2004, when Ed & Mary’s youngest daughter, Jhantel, took over the business with her husband Andy.


My name is Patricia Toh. I was born in the southen of China but I live in Hawaii. I work as a translator. I love skating. But in the future, I’d like to try yoga too."

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