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Public Skating

Paramount Iceland > Public Skating

JOIN US ON THE ICE FOR PUBLIC SKATING SESSIONS!
Public Skating sessions are a great opportunity for everyone to have fun. These daily sessions are open to people of all ages and ability levels.

***Prices and schedule subject to change without notice***

 

 

 


PUBLIC SESSION RATE:
$10.00 admission and $4.00 skate rental (all ages)

TUESDAY NIGHT “SPECIAL RATE”:
$9.00, including skate rental (all ages), for 7:00 pm-8:30 session

PRICING FOR GROUP DISCOUNTS:
All Public Sessions are $12.00, including skate rental for groups of 10 or more.


Sessions are open to people of all ages and ability levels – skate today! Paramount Iceland’s public skating sessions are available year-round. Cool off during the summer heat or celebrate the season with winter’s chill in the air! Our staff will help make your experience memorable. Whether you are skating on your own or bringing a group of friends, the facility will provide a comfortable location for your recreation and entertainment. Non-skaters in the group can enjoy the experience watching from our heated seating area, or from our enclosed game room.

Vending machines with snacks and hot and cold beverages are located in the game room, alongside a variety of video game consoles.

It’s easy to get in and out at Paramount Iceland. We are conveniently located adjacent to four freeways (710, 105, 605 and 91) for easy access and there is plenty of free parking on site.

Paramount Iceland does not have skate aides on Public Sessions.

Basic sharpening service available for hockey and figure skates.

Iceland has safe, soft rubber mat flooring throughout the entire lobby, locker rooms, bathrooms, and inside the rink. Good for walking around in skates. Our staff is happy to provide tips on safe skating for you and your group.

We do not allow anyone on the ice wearing shoes, everyone on the ice must be in skates. We recommend wearing warm, loose clothing that covers the entire body but freely allows movement. The temperature inside the rink can get below 40°F, so don’t wear shorts or t-shirts. Gloves are a necessity. Exposed skin is easily chilled and can be scraped by the surface of the ice during a fall. This is called “ice-burn”, and similar to rug-burn, it is very unpleasant. Be safe, be warm, cover up.

Tots and beginners (and anyone else) are encouraged to wear helmets (bike or hockey are fine), kneepads and elbow pads. Skaters may fall and your clothing can get wet from contact with the ice.