Welcome to Great Skate

Regular Weekend Skate Hours

  • Friday “Tween Night”: 7 – 10:30 PM
  • Saturday: 10 AM – 4:45 PM 
  • Saturday: “Family Night” 7:30 – 10 PM
  • Sunday: 12:30 – 5 PM

Office Hours:

  • 9am to 9pm Monday – Saturday
  • 12pm to 7pm Sunday


Adult Skate Night

  • Next Event: Saturday, February 3rd from 10:30pm – 1am
    • Theme: “Shades of Red”
    • Wear the color red!
    • Bring a date or attend stag!
  • $10 Admission – includes skate rental
  • Adults 21+ Only
  • Concession will be open and alcohol available for purchase


Presidents Day Weekend

  • Friday, February 16th
    • 1:00-4:00pm
  • Monday, February 19th
    • 12:00-5:00pm
  • $6 admission / $3 skate rental



 STEM Field Trips at Great Skate!

Great Skate invites area Elementary and Middle Schools to participate in STEM Field Trips.   The curriculum is STEM Certified, meets Missouri State standards and is getting rave reviews.  We cannot wait for our community children to experience the joy of discovering STEM topics and how they relate to daily life and specifically ROLLER SKATING. 

Here’s a great video showing our STEM Field Trips in action!  See our STEM Field Trips page for more details.

Booking NOW for 2017 – 2018 School Year.  Call us today for more information or to book your Field Trip.



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  • Great opportunity for kids to learn to skate. The staff is so helpful and caring for the children. My nephew was very scared and the teacher told him he was a professional, it sure boosted his self confidence.

  • Sara Littrell

    This place hasn’t changed much since I was here as a kid myself. Awesome that I get to pass the tradition down to my son. Even better, they have lessons on the weekends. You definitely get your money’s worth in the open skate and lessons. Plus they have training bars of all sizes, so the smaller kids and grownups can use one.
    Sara Littrell,