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Public Ice Skating

The Coolest Place in Town!

Have a blast while creating new memories in a fun environment. 

Bring your family and friends and experience the healthy fun at the Ice Factory. 

Public Skating Pricing:

  • General Admission - $12 (standard rental skates are $2)
    • Evening Studio Rink Sessions $8 (including standard rental skates)
  • Children ages 3 and under, free with paid adult
  • Upgraded Rental Skates - $3 additional
  • Skate aids (Walkers) - $3 (limited to ages 9 and under)
  • Have your own skates? Enjoy a $2 discount!

Tuesday night cheap skate! $8 including standard rental skates
5:30-7:30 pm on the main rink, session continues on the studio rink until 10:00 pm. What a great deal for a long time of skating!

Family Night Specials

Tuesday nights 5:30 - 7:30 pm 
5 General Admissions & Skate Rentals for only $32!

Saturday nights   7:00 - 11:00 pm 
5 General Admissions & Skate Rentals for only $50!  Includes popcorn and soda!


Like us on FaceBook to periodically receive special promotions and coupons for our fans only! Discounts may include offers such as 2 for 1 admissions, free pizza slice, free skating passes, and more! Like us today, we send coupons randomly! 

Public Skating Tips!

Being an ice skating rink, it's cold year round! 

Dress WARM.  Our ice rink traditionally stays at a temperature between 35 and 60 degrees.  Dress in layers, with long pants, long sleeves shirts, gloves and hats.  Sweat shirts or jackets will help keep you warm! Wear 1 pair of tall thin socks for the best experience! 

Skate boots extend up and over your ankles, so be sure to wear 1 pair of  thin LONG socks that also extend above your ankles for better skating comfort! Short "ankle" socks and Multiple pairs of socks can create uncomfortable blisters.

For younger children and adults skating for the first time bring a bicycle helmet. This is not required but we highly recommend them.

Skates need to be tied VERY TIGHTLY using ALL of the hooks.  Loose skates are virtually impossible to balance upon, and can cause blisters and difficulty skating, so tie those skates up!  When you slide your foot in the skate, your heel should be touching the back of the skate, along with your toes brushing the front of the skate. If you need help, PLEASE ask one of our staff to help you ... we want you to enjoy yourselves, and properly sized and tied skates are ESSENTIAL!!


Our 200 x 85 NHL-sized Main Rink


Our 80 x 45 Studio (small) Rink

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