Looking to hit the ice? Here’s where you can go ice skating around Indianapolis.
16616 Southpark Dr, Westfield
If you’re looking for some fun, Arctic Zone Iceplex is a single sheet ice skating rink open to the public. You can enjoy ice skating while listening to music and socializing with friends.
On Wednesdays guests can enjoy discounted ice skating with snacks included in the price.
Tickets range from $8 to $10 with a $4 skate rental fee. Tickets can be purchased in advance online or upon arrival.
1040 3rd Ave. SW, Carmel
Carmel Ice Skadium is the sister ice skating rink to the Arctic Zone Iceplex. Guests can enjoy recreational ice skating any day of the week. You can ice skate while listening to music and socializing with friends.
Tickets range from $8 to $10 with a $4 skate rental fee. Tickets. can be purchased in advanced online or upon arrival.
17341 Westfield Park Road, Westfield
If you are interested in taking ice skating classes or participating in an ice hockey league Ice Barn Indy offers many different types of sessions for all skill levels. Skaters can compete or learn basic hockey skills.
To find out more about all of the classes Ice Barn Indy offers, check out their website.
9022 E.126th St, Fishers
Indy Fuel Tank offers a variety of different skating options to the public, including group skating classes and skating leagues.
Public skating prices range from $9 to $12. Indy Fuel has all public skating times available on their website.
1202 E. 38th St, Indianapolis
Skating at the Indiana State Fairgrounds is back, managed by Indy Fuel tank. The Pop Weaver Youth Pavilion offers public skating, birthday parties, figure skating, ice hockey and lessons.
Pop Weaver Youth Pavilion offers public skating to the public on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You can check out their live schedule online.
10 Carter Green, Carmel
If you are looking for an outdoor skating experience, check out The Ice at Carter Green. They operate through February.
Skate sessions last 90 minutes. Ticket prices range from $8 to $10 with a $4 skate rental per person. Tickets can be purchased online in advance or at the skate hut upon arrival.
Alexi Eastes is an intern at the IndyStar. You can follow her on Twitter: @alexi_eastes