Haygood Skating Center

I remember going to Haygood Skating Center as a kid, but I haven't been back since middle school. It wasn't until we ice skated at MacArthur Center that I really thought about it. RT loved ice skating and wanted to go skating again, so we found ourselves at Haygood Skating Rink (pre Covid), and I'm so glad we did. RT was pretty nervous starting up (see above picture!), but warmed up to it a bit. Really though, he liked the "everything else" that they offer.
Beyond the skating, Haygood has an indoor playground, arcade games, and duckpin bowling... and here's the secret, you can do this without paying to skate. The playground is only $2.00, and bowling is an additional $2.00. So for $4.00, your child can wear themselves out on the playground and bowling without ever stepping onto the rink. Quick warning, the play structure is three stories, and kids have to be under 5 feet to play. The playground can also be added to any skate cost for $2.00. **Edit: The playground is closed right now due to Covid.
A few preschool skates that go over shoes are available and "real" skates start at size 8.
Take advantage of these special deals:
  • Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday: 11:00-3:00 $6 includes skates 
  • Wednesday: 5:30-9:00 Family Skate night, $7 skating and all you can eat pizza
  • Saturday: 5:30-7:30 Twilight skate $5
  • Sunday: 7:00-9:30 Family Night $7 skating and all you can eat pizza
Right now due to Covid, masks are suggested and they have sanitizing stations. The bowling is open, but please be patient as the balls are all sanitized between players!