Public Skate

Public skate is ideal for family outings, birthday parties and group events. It is open to all ages and skill levels.





Open to All Ages


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Birthday Parties
Parties & Events

Birthday Parties are available for booking during our Public Skate sessions.

  • All skaters are recommended to register online for sessions in advance as capacity is limited.
  • Please check in at the skate desk upon arrival.
  • The Admission Price includes skating for the entire session. Spectators are welcome at no charge.
  • Purchases are Non-Refundable and Non-Transferable.
  • Registration closes a half hour before the scheduled end time or when the session fills.
  • Figure and hockey skates are available.
  • Sizes range from toddler sizes to adult 13.
  • Half sizes are not available.
  • There are no male or female size designations.
  • Always wear socks. Thin socks are fine.
  • The rink is cool during the summer and cold during the winter months.
  • Dress in layers as you will warm up while skating.
  • ​Gloves and hats are recommended during cold months.

By participating in Public Skating, you acknowledge and agree to the Rules & Conduct below. Parents or legal guardians’ consent to these Rules & Conduct on behalf of minors in their custody. This consent is binding even if the parent or guardian is not on premises with the minor.

General Information

  • Young children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Unaccompanied minors must be in skates and actively skating.
  • Loitering inside or outside the rink is not permitted.
  • The center of the ice is reserved for figure skaters and instructors.
  • Please return rental skates to the skate counter when finished skating.
  • Please throw away all trash and debris.
  • Oakmoor Sports and its affiliated companies are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • Leave valuables at home or in your vehicle.
  • We do not have lockers available.
  • Outside food or drink is not allowed into the facility

For Your Safety – DO NOT

  • Carry children while skating
  • Dig holes in or damage the ice
  • Enter the ice surface during resurfacing
  • Enter the ice surface in shoes (skates are required)
  • Take food or drinks onto the ice surface
  • Throw snow, ice, or any other object
  • Take balls, toys, or similar objects onto the ice surface
  • Skate in the opposite direction of other skaters
  • Play chase or other fast skating games
  • Walk in the stands when wearing skates
  • Only coaches that have been granted permission by Rink Management may teach private skating lessons during Public Skate sessions.
  • A private lesson consists of one coach and one skater.
  • Group lessons are not permitted.
  • Skaters not in a lesson have the right of way.
  • Coaches must accommodate and respect all skaters on the ice.
  • The Manager on Duty may impose additional restrictions or prohibit a lesson.
  • Lessons must utilize the center ice space.
  • Training aids are not allowed.
  • No jumps, kicks, spins or leg lifts are allowed.