Whether you want to take up skating yourself or bring the kids out for the day, here’s where to find fun on the ice.
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Whether you prefer a frozen lake or the (relative) comfort of the indoors, there’s plenty of places to go ice skating throughout the county. So lace up! Here’s where to go ice skating in (and around) Westchester.
Indoor Ice Skating Rinks
This sports facility hosts skating lessons for people of all ages and abilities, private parties, and special event skates throughout the public sessions.
91 Fairview Park Dr
Owned and operated by the Town of Mamaroneck, Hommocks Park offers a community room and the Slap Shot Café, which features a kid-friendly menu. During the summer, the ice rink is converted to a sport court for the Summer Playground Day Camp and soccer camp.
140 Hommocks Road
A former Best of Westchester award winner, this rink hosts both roller and ice hockey, as well as open skate and party services.
348 Tuckahoe Rd
Open from mid-October through late-March, this rink hosts youth travel hockey teams and a variety of skating lessons.
110 Lake Street
Rye Playland isn’t just a summer attraction—it features three ice rinks, holds public sessions 7 days a week, and hosts skating clinics and camps.
100 Playland Parkway
The prep school’s ice rink is open year-round to the public, and boasts some of the lowest prices for skating lessons in the area.
260 Jay Street
In addition to public skating and year-round skating lessons, Ice Hutch also offers the Home Run City batting cages.
655 Garden Avenue
Outdoor Ice Skating Rinks
This park, whose name means “opossum,” not only offers outdoor winter sports including free ice skating, it is the site of significant Native American artifact discoveries.
1 Wampus Lake Drive
In addition to outdoor ice skating seven days a week (weather permitting), Blue Mountain state park also offers challenging hiking trails, skiing, picnic spaces, and plenty of space to camp.
Blue Mountain Reservation
Exclusively available to Westchester residents, the first large-scale recreation project in the county offers ice skating and sledding when weather conditions are right.
355 Midland Avenue
Lake Mohansic and Crom Pond both have daily ice skating to a “winter wonderland backdrop.”
2957 Crompound Road