Winter Adventures

Ice Skating in Utah

(Last Updated On: February 24, 2021)

Utah is the land of winter sports, but I have a confession to make: we are not big winter sports people. Our family doen’t ski, snowboard, and we have only been ice skating a few times. We know that many people are looking for fun places to go ice skating in Utah, so we have gathered a list of family-friendly ice skating rinks to help you enjoy some family time at the rink.

We have not visited all of these venues, but when we do, we will update any details or information. These locations are listed from north to south. Prices are current as of 2021.

Mom ice skating with her children.

Eccles Ice Center : Logan

This rink is open year round for skating, and they even have Monday Night Family Night pricing where up to 8 people can skate for $40 (and that includes the skate rental). Prices for other days are: Adult: $6, Child: $5, and Skate Rental: $2. For current hours, visit their site.

Ice Sheet: Ogden

The Ice Sheet is located at the Weber County Sports Complex and is an indoor rink. Their fees include skate rental, which is awesome. Adults are $6.50 and kids (up to 17) are $5.50. For current hours, check their website.

Station Park

In 2020, Station Park did Ice Bumper Cars instead of ice skating, but there is usually a small ice skating rink among the shops at Station Park in Farmington.

South Davis Ice Rink

South Davis Recreation has two different ice areas. The South Davis Ice Rink is an indoor facility at the recreation center. The cost to ice skate is $6/adult, $4.50/child, and $2/skate rental. Current info here.

Bountiful Ice Ribbon

The Bountiful Ice Ribbon is a new outdoor skating area that opened in late 2020. Prices are as follows: $2 skate rental, $6 adult and $4.50 child. For hours and reservations visit this site.

Two kids hanging on wall as they ice skate around the rink.
We ice skate by hanging on to the wall around the rink.

Olympic Oval: Kearns

Skating on the 400 foot track used for the Olympics is a neat experience. Masks are required 2020-2021. Skate rental is $4. Adult admission (13 and up) is $6, and child admission (12 and under) is $4. Details on public skating times here.

Gallivan Center: Salt Lake City

Closed for 2020-2021. The outdoor rink at the Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City is a large outdoor skating area and is covered with lights. Hours and information.

SLC Sports Complex: Salt Lake City

Closed for 2020-2021. This location has two Olympic sized ice rinks. There are a lot of different programs here, too. Costs are $4 for ages 6 and up, $1 for 5 and under, and $2 skate rental.

Child skating with a walker on ice.
Thank goodness for these walkers for little kids!

Herriman Ice Ribbon

This ice rink is outdoors at J. Lynn Crane Park. Instead of one large circle, it is a track that goes around the park. There are also fire pits to warm your hands. Reservations are required during Covid-19. Prices are $3/ages 12 and up, $2/ages 3-11, and skate rentals are $3/all ages. More details and hours on their website.

Salt Lake County Ice Center: Murray

Closed for 2020-2021. This is one of the most affordable places to go ice skating with costs as low as $1 for ages 3-5. Ages 6 and up are only $4, and skate rentals are $2/person. This ice skating rink is located in Murray. More info on this ice skating rink here.

Cottonwood Heights Ice Arena

This is an indoor skate facility in SLC which is open. Skates included in the $5.50 fee for all ages.

Accord Ice Arena: West Valley

Closed for 2020-2021. The Accord Ice Arena is part of Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation like the SLCO Ice Center and the SLC Sports Complex. These ice rinks have family-friendly prices. Ages 3-5: $1, Ages 6 & Up: $4, and Skate Rental: $2.

Ice skaters all over the ice rink.
These pictures are from Provo Peaks Arena in 2018.

Park City Ice Arena

This is Park City’s indoor ice skating facility. Reservations are currently highly encouraged because they are limiting sessions to 25 people. $10/person for public skating. Details here.

Park City Resort Ice Rink

The Park City Resort Ice Rink is located right in the heart of the Park City Mountain Resort. This is an outdoor rink and you can skate as long as you like. Prices are a little high, but children walkers are complimentary. $25 if you need a skate rental, $15 if you bring your own skates. Reservations highly recommended. More info on their website.

Midway Ice Rink

We love that the Midway Ice Rink was started and is still overseen by volunteers. Someone in the community saw a need and filled it, and now many of us can enjoy this fun outdoor skating area in Midway. Skate rentals are $6/person and prices are $7/ages 12 and up, $6/ages 6-12, and 5 and under are free with paying adult. Hours and directions here.

Provo Peaks Ice Arena

This is one of the spots that we have actually ice skated. Provo Peaks Ice Arena was used in the 2002 Olympics like the Olympic Oval. We loved the helpers who went around helping young kids learn a little bit better, and we also loved skating on Monday Family Night. Prices are $25 for a family of 4-6 people and include the skate rental ($40 for 7-9 people in family). Other prices are $5/adults, $4/kids, and $3/skate rental. For current hours, check their website.

Child holding up ice skates by the rental desk.
We love when the skate rentals are included in the price to make it more affordable.

Western Park Ice Rink: Vernal

Vernal has their own ice skating rink with affordable prices. Ages 16 and up are $4, 15 and under are $3, and skate rentals are $3. Check their Facebook page for current information.

Carbon County Fairgrounds: Price

The Carbon County Fairgrounds turns into a non-refrigerated ice pond in the winter that is free to the public. Since it is not refrigerated, it is only available when temperatures are below freezing. The pond is open from dawn to 10 p.m. with lights and a fire pit for your convenience. There are bathroom facilities and a paved parking lot. If you want to know the condition of the ice, call the Carbon County Fairgrounds & Events Center at 435-636-3214. Ice Skate Rental is available through Carbon Recreation at 435-636-3702

Ruby’s Inn Winter Adventure Center: Bryce Canyon

Ruby’s Inn has many winter adventures available if you visit Bryce Canyon in the winter. They offer ice skating at their Winter Adventure Center. We couldn’t find prices listed, so we are hoping it’s free if you bring your own skates. You can rent skates for $3/adult ad $2/child at the Adventure Center. Check their Facebook page for current hours.

Brianhead Ice: Cedar City

Up the mountain from Cedar City, there is an outdoor ice skating rink at Brianhead. And because this mountain is so high, you can skate until the end of March. The prices are $12/adult, $9/kid, and $3/skate rental. They also have a hot chocolate bar to help warm skaters up. For tickets and hours, visit their website.

Tuacahn Amphitheater: St. George

We heard that there is ice skating at The Tuacahn Amphitheater in St. George. There is no information on their site about it right now because they are not open for it this year. It might just be part of their Christmas in the Canyon during December. As we get more info, we will add it here.

We hope this information will help you find a place for your family to go ice skating in Utah. Let us know in the comments you’re favorite place to ice skate, or if we missed a great spot on our list!

Boy ice skating at an indoor ice rink.
We can’t wait to try an outdoor venue.

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