Chicago Roller Hockey

Illinois Roller Hockey & Inline Skating - Chicago Inline Skating, Roller Skate Hockey & Roller Blading Equipment

Can you custom design a roller hockey court?

Chicago Roller Hockey

We offer Chicago roller hockey and Illinois inline skating courts for both residential and commercial use. Roller skate hockey fans in Chicago, Rockford, Wheeling, Evanston, and Highland Park can break out the goalie equipment on their own home rink while roller blading fans can enjoy their own backyard skate park. Let Action Courts custom design your Illinois roller hockey or Chicago inline skating court.

Illinois roller hockey and Chicago inline skating enthusiasts have a friend in Action Courts. We offer:

  • Your own residential skate park or roller hockey rink
  • Turnkey construction
  • Indoor and outdoor installation

Don the goalie equipment and chase the puck on our Chicago roller hockey and Illinois inline skating surfaces.

Are your roller blades and/or goalie equipment gathering dust? If so, give them some action with an Actions Courts Chicago roller hockey or Illinois inline skating court. Imagine the convenience of a skate park or hockey rink just outside the back door. Pursue your passion with an Illinois roller hockey or Chicago inline skating surface to call your own.

Now roller blading and roller skate hockey fans can obtain their own home court advantage courtesy of our Chicago inline skating and Illinois roller hockey surfaces. Action Court is proud to offer Chicago roller hockey and Illinois inline skating surfaces to residents of:

Illinois Areas:
  • Chicago
  • Rockford
  • Evanston
  • Wheeling
  • Highland Park
  • Crystal Lake
  • Skokie
  • Lake Forest
  • Des Plains
  • Mchenry
  • Barrington
  • Lincolnshire
  • Deerfield
  • Gurnee
  • Prospect Heights
  • Glenview
  • Glencoe

Wisconsin Areas:
  • Milwaukee
  • Shorewood
  • Whitefish Bay
  • Fox Point
  • River Hills
  • Delefield
  • Brookfield
  • Pewanee
  • Pewaukee
  • Lake Geneva
  • Racine
  • Kenosha

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