Hawaii Mom Blog: Public Skating at Kapolei Inline Hockey Arenas




May 16, 2022

Public Skating at Kapolei Inline Hockey Arenas

My son and I went roller skating at Kapolei Inline Hockey Arenas for the first time this past weekend.  The Arenas is a place where players of all ages and skill levels can learn and play inline hockey, but they offer public skating on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Located in Kapolei, the arenas are huge with plenty of parking.  The public skate sessions are 2 hours per session and cost $10 per session and $5 per additional session.  The skate rental for roller skates or inline skates is $5.  If you forget socks, you can purchase for $2. Bags, backpacks, hats, jackets, vests with hoodies, and gum chewing are not allowed inside the building.  Be sure to check their website for the most up to date information.

After we paid, we received a wrist band and stamp.  We then lined up to get our roller skates.  They will take your shoes in exchange for the skates.  There is a small area set up with walkers available in two different heights where beginners may practice.  You can take the walker with you in the main skating arena until you get the hang of it.  I hadn't skated in years, but apparently I wasn't the only one as people were falling all around us.  It wasn't a pretty sight, but we still enjoyed it.  My son eventually got the hang of it and he said he had a lot of fun and wants to go back.  Just after an hour of skating, we both needed a break and hit up the snack bar which had a lot of yummy options from hot dogs to ice cream.   

The facilities are clean and the staff is friendly.  A great family activity (minus the falling)!

For more info see their website.  

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