1. James Campbell

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    Great place and lots of fun! The management is awesome!

  2. Josh Bodhi

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    The Google times when they’re open and closed are not accurate, and not true. Don’t go by them. It’s also pretty ridiculous they’re so frugal and tight-fisted with their charges, fees, and skating times. I myself would rate it about a 3 but there’s always a few inaccurate 5’s to balance out and take into account.

  3. xoxojo7777

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    The Austin Bluffs Skate City is dirty and badly run. The manager has no control over his staff and most of employees couldn’t care less (though there are a couple that work hard and are very good with the kids), They do have a CS cop working most sessions, but that is not a guarantee that they will be there. If there is a fight, the staff will not help and there have been injuries, some fairly serious. DO NOT let your children go there alone!

  4. Kim Casey

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    Either I’m out of the touch with the skating rink world or… I’ve never been at a skating rink that charged for specific times – 2hr periods. Come ON! They even stamp your hand with the time slot. My 1st experience here was for an 8yo B-day party. They scheduled it for Friday evening but failed to mention to my friend that obnoxious nasty middle schoolers usually fill the place. My 13yo daughter had several run-ins with bullying girls (several bigger than her) harassing our birthday girl. One of our party attendee’s dad/police man had to address it. A teenage employee advised us to avoid Friday nights. We returned Sunday afternoon for the “military appreciation” time. The times are set and heaven forbid if they let you in 15 minutes early! We waited. They’ve got a monopoly and they take advantage of it.

  5. Ronaldo Medina

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    This place is expensive to skate and for how cheap they are. Their go to dj, Jason is a douche. He takes his job way to seriously. So if you want to have a good time avoid the sessions that he’s at.