When it comes to the safety of your child, we understand that there is no such thing as too many precautions, and when you are leaving your kids in the care of someone else, it can be a very unsettling experience. For this reason, we want to go over a few of our safety protocols to help reinforce the concept that your child is in great hands when you drop him/her off for a night of roller skating at Skate Ranch.
Every Friday and Saturday night, we employ a security officer who patrols our facility until the last person leaves. These officers join us from all of the local agencies such as D.P.S. and Diboll P.D., for example.
We advise the children they can no leave the facility unattended, and we ensure that their parents are waiting in the parking lot before they can exit. At the end of the evening, when they are walking to the car, our security officer is outside overseeing to ensure a safe passage.
As far as inside our facility, we take all of the necessary measures to prevent injuries. Of course falls are a part of roller skating, and they can result in a couple of bruises. Except for an occasional couple skate upon request, but we do not allow skaters to hold hands to avoid a domino-effect when it comes to falls. We also have a strict, no Public Display of Affection, policy. Our guests come to our facility to have a great time roller skating, and nothing more.
You can bring your children to Skate Ranch or Skate O Rama with confidence that they will have a safe night of fun. If you ever have any questions about our security protocols and policies, please do not hesitate to contact us.