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Roller Skating at Millbrook Exchange

Millbrook Exchange Community Center is excited to offer new roller skating opportunities to the North Raleigh community.  Participants are required to bring their own skates. Pads and helmets are encouraged but not required. 

Open Skate - Only $5 per visit and is much like a traditional skating rink experience where participants have use of the gym to roll around with friends and practice their skating. Hours vary, but you can contact Millbrook Exchange Community Center for more details and schedule.
Youth - Ages 17 and under. Parents/guardians are required to stay and supervise, but can skate for free.
Adult  - Ages 18 and up.

Roller Skating Fitness Classes - Instructor Eddie Watson brings years of roller skating experience to teach this unique roller skating fitness program. Skaters will get a great overall workout and learn the basics of balance and skating maneuvers through various style of dance skating, benefitting both mental and physical health. The program is great for beginners and is adapted to each individual to be more challenging for intermediate skaters.
Classes are $10 each and meet on Sundays from 4 to 5 p.m. Preregistration online through RecLink is encouraged since space is limited.

The Roller Skating Fitness instructor, Eddie Watson, is a Raleigh native who grew up going to the local skating rinks in the area and is excited to bring the sport back to the community at Millbrook. He’s been skating for over 25 years, both locally and on national platform, and currently serves as the the president of the Raleigh-Durham Skaters Association.



Millbrook Exchange Community Center
1905 Spring Forest Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27615


Millbrook Exchange Park