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TEXOMA’S #1 PARTY PLACE!

rolling through 35 years

The original owners of Skatelands of America, Don and Audrey Brewer, first started their roller skating rink owner journey in Carl Junction, Missouri. This skating rink is still running by the same man who Don hired as an employee many years ago!

THE FAMILY GETS INVOLVED

more rinks are built

Don’s parents opened a skating rink at the same time in Monett and shortly thereafter in Neosho, Missouri. After completing the Neosho location, their daughter took over operating the Monett rink. Don’s other brothers opened skating rinks in Webb City and Miami, Oklahoma. The whole family wanted in on the fun!

Over the years we have had six roller skating rinks in our family with 4 STILL running today!

DENISON, TEXAS

family-owned and family-designed

The rinks our family designed and built from the ground up are Skateland in Neosho and Skatelands of America-Denison. The rinks were carefully and efficiently designed with the patrons’ safety and enjoyment in mind. The goal was to provide a fun, safe, and affordable family activity for the community!

Don started construction on Skatelands of America-Denison in 1984. This is the same year as his first-born child. Don made, supervised, and carried out MOST of the plans to buil the rink. After spending years collecting information and researching roller rink designs, ours has a nice, open feel where you can have eyes everywhere – and our 9200 square foot maple skate floor still receives compliments.

OCTOBER 1985

officially open for business

Don and Audrey Brewer ran this rink for 30 years while raising their three kids: Crystal, Amber, and Brandon. It was in 2015 that Don and Aubrey decided they were ready to retire from the business. Crystal (the oldest) and her husband, Bryan, left their careers as teachers to run the skating rink and keep the Skatelands family business alive and well.

Many of the same staff from the past 30 years are still around as well to help keep the legacy going.

CRYSTAL AND BRYAN

a little bit about us

Crystal has a Master of Education Degree from Texas A&M – Commerce and has elementary classroom experience. Bryan also has a teaching degree from Texas A&M – Commerce and was a very successful band director including a role in the two-time state championship marching band staff in Whitesboro. They have 4 children of their own and live in the area.

Thousands of people have enjoyed skating here. Many families in the area have their parties with us every year. Many people who used to skate here as kids now bring their kids and grandkids.

We are “Texoma’s #1 Party Place!”

TEXOMA’S #1 PARTY PLACE!

rolling through 35 years

The original owners of Skatelands of America, Don and Audrey Brewer, first started their roller skating rink owner journey in Carl Junction, Missouri in 1979. This skating rink is still running today by the same man who Don hired as an employee many years ago!

THE FAMILY GETS INVOLVED

more rinks are built

Don’s parents opened a skating rink at the same time in Monett and shortly thereafter in Neosho, Missouri. After completing the Neosho location, their daughter took over operating the Monett rink. Don’s other brothers opened skating rinks in Webb City and Miami, Oklahoma. The whole family wanted in on the fun!

Over the years we have had six roller skating rinks in our family with 4 STILL running today!

DENISON, TEXAS

family-owned and family-designed

The rinks our family designed and built from the ground up are Skateland in Neosho and Skatelands of America-Denison.

Don started construction on Skatelands of America-Denison in 1984. This is the same year as his first-born child. Don made, supervised, and carried out MOST of the plans to build the rink. After spending years collecting information and researching roller rink designs, ours has a nice, open feel where you can have eyes everywhere – and our 9200 square foot maple skate floor still receives compliments.

OCTOBER 1985

officially open for business

Don and Audrey Brewer ran this rink for 30 years while raising their three kids: Crystal, Amber, and Brandon. It was in 2015 that Don and Audrey decided they were ready to retire from the business. Crystal (the oldest) and her husband, Bryan, left their careers as teachers to run the skating rink and keep the Skatelands family business alive and well.

Many of the same staff from the past 30 years are still around as well to help keep the legacy going.

CRYSTAL AND BRYAN

a little bit about us

Crystal has a Master of Education Degree from Texas A&M – Commerce and has elementary classroom experience. Bryan also has a teaching degree from Texas A&M – Commerce and was a very successful band director including a role in the two-time state championship marching band staff in Whitesboro. They have 4 children of their own!

Thousands of people have enjoyed skating here. Many families in the area have their parties with us every year. Many people who used to skate here as kids now bring their kids and grandkids.

We are “Texoma’s #1 Party Place!”

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS)

common questions asked by our guests

birthday parties

We always allow birthday parties to come in the facility before the general public. Birthday parties will not be allowed to enter more than 5-10 minutes before their scheduled time. Often times we have another group that has just left and we need time to properly clean and disinfect the facility before letting another group in.

You are allowed to bring a birthday cake, table cloth, balloon bouquet with anchors, place settings and serving items, and goody bags for guests ONLY if you distribute them at the end of the party. Table decorations are fine as long as it is NOT confetti or glitter.

Ice cream cannot be brought in for birthday parties during a public skate session (Basic Birthday Package or Saturday Night Party Package). If you would like to bring ice cream for a Private Birthday Party, you must bring it in an ice chest and the $25 outside food or drink add-on will be added to your party bill. We do not have freezer space so the ice cream must be in a cooler.

Yes, you may as long as they are free of dirt and debris and have proper working toe stops, plugs, or brakes without any metal showing. Skaters with their own skates will still count in the total skater count for the birthday party unless paid separately.

For the Basic Party Package and Saturday Night Party Package, you cannot bring any food besides a birthday cake or cupcakes. Private Party Packages can bring in outside food or drink for an additional $25.

You must purchase a birthday party package to bring in any birthday items (cake, presents, etc.). We strongly encourage a reservation but if space allows we will be happy to accommodate a last minute birthday party. There may be an additional charge for having a party without a reservation.

These items are not included in the birthday package and can either be added to your party tab at the party hosts’ discretion or paid for individually by the guest requesting the rental item.

Candles are allowed; however, we strongly suggest using an individual cupcake or a small piece of cake to light the candle on instead of the whole cake. This is to help prevent the spread of germs.

In order to reserve a table,  you must purchase a birthday party package.  Otherwise the tables are first come first serve. You may also not bring in party items (decor, presents, cake, etc.) without purchasing a birthday party package.

general

We do not allow anyone to bring in any outside food or drink.

You may bring your own skates in as long as they are approved by the staff. They must be traditional roller skates or inline skates, free of dirt or debris, and have a working top stop, plugs, or brake without metal showing. There is no discount for bringing your own skates.

There is no extra charge for regular quad skate rental. It is included in the admission price. There is an extra charge for roller blades or speed skates.

Cash or card (we accept Apple Pay and other Tap payments). There will be a 2.8% charge for using card or Tap payments and there is a minimum of a $3 charge.

Parents do not have to pay admission to skate as long as they are accompanying children who are skating.

We do sell skates! We sell high-quality skates which we provide a lifetime of free service on. We don’t carry many skates in stock, but we have a catalog you can order skates from.

Yes, you must pay the admission fee unless you are a parent chaperone.

We have regular quad skates, roller blades or inline skates, and speed skates. We also have adjustable skates for little ones to use. The adjustable skates go up to a size Junior 12. Quad skates are Jr 8 – Men’s 15. Speed skates are Jr 13 – Men’s 14. Roller blades are Size 1 – Men’s 13.

Anyone who skates has to pay the regular admission fee.

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