What better way to have fun this holiday season than ice skating outdoors, enjoying holiday cheer and fresh air with family, friends and the local community? We’re fortunate to have a variety of locations in the metro area to choose from, each with a slightly different flavor. Here’s a few of our favorites:

DENVER DOWNTOWN

Southwest Rink at Skyline Park, 16th Street Mall at Arapahoe
Open: November 17 to February 14 (Valentine’s Day)
Hours: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Cost: free to skate, rentals $6-$8
Information: 303-825-6787

 

EVERGREEN LAKE

Evergreen Lake House, 29612 Upper Bear Creek Road
Open: December 21 to March 4
Cost: skating $5-$7, free for children 3 and under
Season passes, punch cards, classes and hockey
Skating Hot Line: 720-880-1391
Information: 720-880-1311 or bbednar@eprd.co

 

BELMAR AT LAKEWOOD

The Rink at Belmar, 464 S. Teller St.
Open Daily: November 16 to January 7
Open Thursday-Sunday: January 11 to 28
Cost: $5.00-$9.50, includes rental
Free for children 2 and under, seniors 65 and older
Information: 303-742-1525

 

LONGMONT DOWNTOWN

Longmont Ice Pavilion at Roosevelt Park, 725 8th Ave.
Open: November 6 to March 11
Cost: skating $3.75-$6.25, rentals $3.50
Season passes, classes and hockey
Information: 303-774-4777

 

LOUISVILLE DOWNTOWN

WinterSkate at Steinbaugh Pavilion, 824 Front Street
Open: Holidays and school breaks, Thanksgiving through President’s Day
Schedule: www.downtownlouisvilleco.com/winterskate/
Cost: skating $3-$5, free for children 3 and under, rentals $4
Information: 303-604-1010 or www.bceproductions.com/winterskate

 

BOULDER DOWNTOWN

WinterSkate at Teahouse Plaza, 1780 13th Street
Open: November, 2017 through February, 2018
Schedule: www.bceproductions.com/copy-of-winterskate-1
Cost: $4-$10, includes skate rental. $5 off admission with own skates.
Family 4 Packs and punch cards available.
Information: 303-442-2826 or www.bceproductions.com/winterskate

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