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Jellybeans Super Skate Center of Cary Raleigh

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Jellybeans Super Skate Center of Cary
1120 Buck Jones Rd
Raleigh
NC
27606
Tel: 919-467-5283

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Conveniently located off I40/US1 in Cary.

Where are we going today?

Jellybeans is a family owned and operated business that was established in 1996 and has been going strong ever since! Our facility was renovated in October 2013 giving our facility a clean, fresh look, ensuring the best in-line/roller skating on a quality maple hardwood skate surface and the best sound and light show around. We play clean music from today’s top artists as well as the great classic oldies, perfect for skating. Our snack bar, exciting video and redemption games, and a fun redemption center full of prizes and novelties are sure to make you enjoy your day at Jellybeans with our courteous and professional staff that is ready to greet you with a smile. Fun for all! You may rent skates from us, or bring your own from home. Skate rental fees are $2.00 for quad skates or $3.00 for in-line/speed skates. See our Calendar Page for skating times and admission prices. Plan a visit today and see why Jellybeans is… The HOTTEST Place On Wheels!

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I'm Hungry!

Our snack bar carries Pepsi products, pizza, hot dogs, snow cones, popcorn, choc. chip cookies and so much more. Perfect place to grab a snack when you get hungry from skating. .

Need a little extra help?

We offer a Learn to Skate Program for new skater or skaters that just want to improve or learn new skills..

What people are saying?

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    Just had my daughters 6 year old party here and it was FANTASTIC. Everyone had a great time. Place was clean, staff was outstanding, and best of all I didnt have to do or bring anything...I just showed up. Jellybeans handled it all...LOVED it!

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    It gets a 3 only for okay music. Someone else said it was a bad volume, but I've never experienced that. I suppose the arcade is okay for the age group it's centered around- little, little kids. For anyone above the age of 6, there's really nothing to do if you want to take a short break from skating. And if you get hungry, leave and go to a pizza place or something. The food is sickening. The bathrooms are difficult to go into, out of, and around in while in skates, but my friends and I spend a lot of time in there since it feels like the only...Read More

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    This place is super fun! I hadn't been roller skating since I was little, but we went here during a matinee skate and had a blast. Totally affordable and the rink is nice! Waaaay nicer than the places i went to as a kid! All I did was skate, so I cant speak to the food or the games, but i thought it was a really neat place.

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    It was awesome because the lights where amazing everything was on the ball I give it a 3*

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    The bathrooms are soaking wet and slippery yet most people are in their skates. My mom fell and hurt her back. How about a more appropriate floor material? The bathroom doors are so heavy that my son was stuck in the bathroom until someone else came in. On the rink, only one set of speakers was turned on and to compensate they were really loud, so your ears would hurt on one side of the rink, but on the other side it was too quiet. The PA was way too loud and the audio was clipped. Children would plug their ears every time an announcement was made...Read More

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by Ariana Keener

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It gets a 3 only for okay music. Someone else said it was a bad volume, but I've never experienced that. I suppose the arcade is okay for the age group it's centered around- little, little kids. For anyone above the age of 6, there's really nothing to do if you want to take a short break from skating. And if you get hungry, leave and go to a pizza place or something. The food is sickening. The bathrooms are difficult to go into, out of, and around in while in skates, but my friends and I spend a lot of time in there since it feels like the only air-conditioned area there. It's way to hot! The bathroom doors are heavy, and the stall doors are so messed-up that I literally have nightmares (no joke)! I suppose the actual skating experience is good (except for the temperature), which is what we all came for. Just don't come expecting to take a break to go to the bathroom, eat, or play in the arcade.

by A Google User

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The bathrooms are soaking wet and slippery yet most people are in their skates. My mom fell and hurt her back. How about a more appropriate floor material? The bathroom doors are so heavy that my son was stuck in the bathroom until someone else came in. On the rink, only one set of speakers was turned on and to compensate they were really loud, so your ears would hurt on one side of the rink, but on the other side it was too quiet. The PA was way too loud and the audio was clipped. Children would plug their ears every time an announcement was made -- did the MC not notice this? The rink lighting was dim and cheap. The fountain drinks tasted like they were made with toilet water, so we got a Gatorade and it was mostly frozen. Is there anybody in charge here?

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