Ice Skating Rinks In Salt Lake City
Centrally located in downtown Salt Lake City, the Gallivan Center Ice Rink shines with holiday lights, crisp outdoor air and the heartbeat of the city. Open mid-November through February, it’s easy to get in some fresh air, exercise and a little hand holding during the cold winter months. Regular entry fee includes skate rental: Adults $12, seniors and military $11 and children (12 and under) $10. See the website for holiday hours. Concessions and skate sharpening are available in this beautiful, colorful venue.
Steiner/SLC Sports Complex
Steiner is the home rink to Men’s National Champion and Olympic competitor Nathan Chen. Home of the Salt Lake figure skating club and Crimson University of Utah Hockey, this Salt Lake County facility houses two Olympic-sized ice rinks and offers public skating and learn-to-skate classes. Skate where the Olympians train and take advantage of the beautiful ice. Fees: 6+ $4; 5 and under $1; skate rentals are $2. Facility hours are from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Call for larger group reservations and discounts.
Ice Skating Rinks In Park City
Park City Ice Arena
The Park City Ice Arena is an indoor, year-round facility. The Olympic-size ice sheet offers a variety of activities including open skate sessions, private lessons, group rates, corporate outings and children's camps. Home to the Paralympics, this rink caters to international athletes with physical disabilities. The rink offers skate sharpening and skate and hockey classes. Public skate hours vary, check online.
Resort Center Ice Skating Rink
Welcome to Park City's only outdoor ice skating rink. Centered at the base of Park City Mountain Resort, your Resort Center experience comes complete with sparkling lights, Christmas trees and upbeat music to get you grooving across the ice. Daily ice skating for all ages, sharp skates and warm drinks provides the perfect winter play spot. No time limits means you can skate all day if you’re flying high. Lots of nearby restaurants and shopping make it easy to enjoy a winter day in Park City (Read: "Insider's Guide to Park City"). Skating without skate rental $11; with skate rental $18; holiday pricing is a few dollars more.