Public open skating sessions are on Fri, Sat, & Sun for adults, families, & kids to enjoy the ice whether they are beginners getting their feet under them, or advanced skaters wanting some exercise. No sticks or pucks are allowed at open skating. Affordable skate rentals are available. Pay daily or purchase a season pass. We also have public “Stick & Puck” sessions for individuals to join pickup hockey games (see below). For directions to the ice rink CLICK HERE
Open Skating Schedule
Friday Night Ice: 7:00pm – 10pm (Sponsored by 98 Electric)
Saturdays: 1pm -4pm
Sundays: 1pm – 4pm
Note: Open Skate will modified on the weekends of Jan. 20-22, Feb 3-5, and Feb. 24-26 because of tournaments. Check our facebook page the week before each tournament for schedule details.
Holiday Open Skate Schedule
We will not be open this holiday season, but we hope to be open in early January. Check Facebook for updates, and we’ll see you on the ice soon!
DAILY FEES & SEASON PASSES – For public Open Skate and/or Stick & Puck Sessions
Skate Rentals: $3
Individual Pass – $65
Individual Pass w/ skate rentals – $80
Family Pass – $120
Family Pass w/ skate rentals $150
Note: Season passes are good for unlimited Open Skate and/or Stick & Puck sessions. Participation in the hockey or figure skating programs does NOT include access to these sessions without a season pass or payment of daily entry fees.
STICK & PUCK SESSIONS
Stick and Puck sessions are intended for hockey players to scrimmage with other players. There are several Stick & Puck programs throughout the week, including: Adult Stick & Puck – for coed adults and advanced youth skaters; Family Stick & Puck. Click here for the Stick & Puck schedule.
NOTE: Stick n Pucks will modified or cancelled on the weekends of Jan. 20-22, Feb 3-5, and Feb. 24-26 because of tournaments. Check our facebook page the week before each tournament for schedule details.
Skates of all sizes from Kids size 8’s to adult size 13’s can be rented for $3 per sesson.
ICE RINK RENTALS
Click HERE for information on how to rent the ice rink for a private party or organization