Most outdoor Atlanta ice rinks have closed for the season. But a few seasonal rinks remain open in the coming weeks, and there are a handful of indoor rinks where you can ice skate in Atlanta year-round. Here are our top picks.
If you plan to head to UGA or visit Athens for any other reason between now and February 16, spend some time on the ice while there. Public skate sessions are held almost every day, and plenty of adult drop-in hockey sessions are on the schedule as well. Admission costs 3, and includes skate rental.
Center Ice Arena is another rink that sees plenty of hockey action. In addition to hockey clinics and leagues for youth and adults, Center Ice offers ice skating lessons and public skate hours. It’s also home to the Atlanta Curling Club. The Sandy Springs rink is a 15-minute drive from AMLI Lindbergh and the new Buckhead apartments near Lenox Square Mall at AMLI 3464.
The Ice, home to The Bandits travel hockey team, is home to a regulation-size rink, outdoor picnic and play area, and party and meeting rooms. A 15-minute drive from AMLI’s Alpharetta apartments, the Cumming rink is a great place to learn to skate, hone your figure skating skills, or develop your hockey game.
Home to the Atlanta Junior Knights, Marietta Ice Center offers year-round access to those looking to ice skate in Atlanta. Hockey players, figure skaters, and casual skaters are all welcome. Check the ice schedule before going to see which sessions are best-suited to you. If you’re looking for a fun way to celebrate a holiday, the Marietta Ice Center also hosts themed parties and events for Halloween, Christmas, and other holidays.
Ice Days at Olde Town Conyers Pavilion are back. The highly-rated outdoor rink is open every day until February 26. Every Thursday night is college night, and college students can receive a discount with a valid ID. Check out the calendar for other events scheduled between now and the season’s end. Admission is 0, and includes skate rental.
Atlanta’s largest outdoor skating rink is open seven days a week thru February 19. General admission is 3, with discounted admission of 0 for children, seniors, and military ID holders. Season passes are still available for 5, and worth it if you plan to ice skate in Atlanta six or more times this season. The Atlantic Station rink is a 10-minute drive from AMLI Parkside and an even shorter drive from AMLI Lindbergh.
The Cooler is Alpharetta’s premier ice skating center. There, you can attend a public skate session, learn to ice skate, learn to play hockey, or join a hockey league. The Cooler is a mile from AMLI North Point.
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