Winter’s coming and we’re all looking for fun things to do outside (is that an oxymoron?). If you’re in search of a fun, socially distant, family approved, budget friendly option, here it is: the Ice Rink at Summit Park.
The Warm 98.5 Ice Rink at Summit Park is located underneath the park’s Glass Canopy, by all the restaurants. The rink opens for its fourth season Nov. 14, and is a welcome winter tradition for local families.
You’ll check in and rent your skates at a large, heated tent by the rink. Admission and skate rental is just $6/person 4 and up (cash and credit cards are accepted), and if you have a group of 3 or more, admission/rental drops to just $5!
If you’re apprehensive about letting my kids loose on the ice, don’t be! There are large skating aids for the kids to use on the ice — they’re free to use, and available on a first come, first serve basis.
But kids learn quickly, and after a few rounds, my kids were able to skate unassisted!
If you’re a parent of younger kids and are worried about the logistics of taking your kids ice skating, I highly recommend starting at Summit Park. With its central location, convenient parking, accessible size and reasonable rates, The Summit Park Ice Rink makes for a fun and memorable family outing!