Do you have to pay if you are not skating?
If you are a parent or chaperone and are not skating, you do not need to pay. Friday and Saturday Night Sessions may be subject to an $11 cover charge if parent or guardianship cannot be verified.
How old do you have to be to skate?
We welcome skaters at any age as long as they have a minimum shoe size of youth 8 (ice skating) and have an adult assist them on the rink at all times. You are never too young or old to enjoy skating!
What should I wear when I come skating?
We recommend that you wear long pants, long socks, and a long sleeve shirt or sweater. A helmet (bike or hockey style) is recommended for beginners. We have a limited number of helmets available to use for free on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Can I get a coach to help teach us how to skate?
Yes, we have coaches available who can assist skaters at all ages and levels during our public sessions. Coaches must be booked at least 48 hours in advance. We also offer group classes that run for 6 weeks and are designed to teach the fundamentals of skating in a fun environment. Click here for ice skating classes.
What is the difference between regular and hockey skates?
Regular skates have a long blade and toe pick while hockey skates have a shorter blade and rounded edges. We suggest trying both to see what your preference is.