New Hampshire’s last big roller skating rink is going to shut down and reopen as a pet resort.
Peter and Diane Martin, the owners of Great View Roller Skating in Enfield, said the sport’s declining popularity and an attendance drop have forced them to rethink how they use their nearly 4-acre property.
New schedule times and prices with major lower prices for groups for public skate and private rentals. Greatviewrollerskating.com then, click, coming schedule. Got friends? We got group rates and private rentals designed "your way".And Saturday the 1st of September we will open noon-3pm and 7-10pm, closed the rest of Labor Day Weekend except Saturday.Great View, where memories are made. Enfield, NH Just minutes away and affordable.
Posted by Great View Rollerskating on Sunday, August 26, 2018
Peter Martin said a growing number of pet owners are looking for high-quality places to board their animals. The 16,000 square-foot location is near ski areas, Dartmouth College and a highway.
The Martins bought Great View about 31 years ago from Al DeHavens, who operated the rink for a decade.