Roller Rink Rules

COVID Health and Safety

Masks are optional outdoors and are strongly recommended for guests that are unvaccinated or are at high risk of COVID-19. Masks are required indoors for all guests five (5) years of age and older, and children between two (2) and five (5) years of age are strongly encouraged to wear a mask or face covering. All masks and face coverings should be family-appropriate and cover the wearer's nose and mouth, fit snuggly against the sides of the face, be made of breathable material, and be secured in place. Guests must supply their own mask or face covering. Stay six (6) feet away from others outside of your party whenever possible. Regularly wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or use hand sanitizer (60-95% alcohol content). DO NOT VISIT and call your health care provider if you have any COVID-19 symptoms (cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of sense of taste or smell).

Purchases & Payments

The number of admission tickets offered per session is limited; to guarantee admission you must purchase tickets online in advance. Tickets are available for purchase online starting 21 days in advance. Walk-in purchasing is subject to availability.  Everyone must have a ticket to enter the building including non-skaters and chaperoning parents.  If you wish to use a Chipper Card to book your tickets, call 503-233-5777 or email info@oakspark.com. M-F between 9 AM and 4 PM. Within the rink, cashless payments are preferred (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Oaks Park Chipper Cards) except at vending machines and coin-operated lockers.  No refunds.

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Coming & Going

Skates may not to be worn into, or out of, the Roller Rink. No "in and out" privileges or loitering around the building. On Friday and Saturday evenings, everyone is required to be on skates in the building except parents/guardians or group chaperones.

Food & Beverage

Outside food/beverages are not allowed in the Roller Rink. Food/beverages may be purchased at Rick's Roller Rink Cafe. All food and beverages must stay in the cafe. Gum is not permitted in the Roller Rink.  Masks may only be removed to consume food/beverages while seated with your order in the Cafe.

Personal Skates

Personal skates are welcome, subject to inspection by Oaks Park staff. Skates that are determined by Oaks Park staff to run a risk of damage to Oaks Park's property or to skater safety may not be used.

Personal Items

Headgear, headsets, Bluetooth headphones, and sunglasses may not be worn while roller skating. Hats may not be worn while skating except when secured with a hat clip. Loose items are not permitted on the skating floor, e.g., cell phones, cameras, stuffed animals, etc. Loose clothing draped around the body may not be taken on the skating floor. Lockers are available for $.25 - $.50 within the Roller Rink.

Safe Skating Practices

All guests must wear skates to be on the skating floor except during Preschool Play & Skate. For everyone's safety, the following behaviors are prohibited: jumping, fast or reckless skating, weaving, zigzagging, and practicing roller derby moves through traffic. Pushing, shoving, racing, chasing, or playing tag is not permitted anywhere in the Roller Rink. All skaters must keep moving while on the skating floor; skaters may not stop and stand along the sidewalls or eat and drink over the walls. No one may pick up and/or carry anyone while wearing skates, including parents of small children. Sitting on, or jumping over, the sidewalls is not allowed. Sitting on laps or showing excessive affection is not allowed. Report all conflicts and safety concerns to the staff.

ADA

Oaks Park’s facilities are ADA compliant. All restrooms are handicap accessible.  Mobility devices and wheelchairs may be used on the skating floor.  Individuals assisting those with special needs must be wearing skates to enter the skating floor. Complimentary caregiver admission tickets may be available for those assisting guests with special needs; availability subject to mandated capacity limitations.  For guests with medical conditions that prohibit the wearing of a mask, face shields may only be worn in lieu of a mask when visiting as a spectator; face shields may not be worn while skating.

Service Animals and Pets

Service animals are welcome in the Roller Rink lobby; they must be leashed and attended at all times.  Service animals may not be taken onto the skating floor except in a wheeled device (e.g., stroller or ADA service animal cart). Pets may not be brought into the Roller Rink. 

Additional Guidelines

In addition to the rink rules listed above, our general guest guidelines apply to all Roller Rink visitors.

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