We went here for the first time yesterday. Walking through that first door, the smell hit me instantly. You know...that skating rink smell. It threw me back to 1996 where I was begging my parents to drop me off at the skating rink I grew up at in WI. Upon entering the skating area, you could tell there is a close-knit group of skaters there. My daughter fell a few times and not only did a staff member check on her, but one of the younger skaters did as well. My daughter has a lot of muscular issues and we use skating as a form of building her muscles. To see people not laugh at her (like they did in 96 for us parents) and to show compassion and concern with the newbies was refreshing. You can tell the staff love their jobs and love their skating families. The place was clean and I didnt feel gross when I left. We will definitely be back weekly to get her skating sessions in.