Skate rentals are $5. For adults, that makes the total admission price $15 and then $10 for kids under 9 years of age. You are allowed to bring your own skates and not pay the rental fee. You can also rent a scooter for $5.
To keep the rink open enough to comfortably move around, there is a limit of 125 skaters at a time.
Yes! View our private rental policy here.
We do not have official birthday party packages, but groups of 10 or more receive a $2 discount on admission per person. You are more than welcome to use one of our benches to set up your party supplies, but you will need to provide your own plates and utensils.
Yes, Skating Santa will make an appearance. Visit our Facebook and Instagram pages, @Skatinginthepark, for updates about special events.
Yes. The rink is open 7 days a week , including holidays. Start a new family tradition this season at Skating in the Park!
The skates range from toddler size 7 to adult size 14. We do not have half sizes.
Andrea Petroff at [email protected].
We do not have a minimum age for skating, but we urge parents to use their best judgement based on the child’s skating ability. Skate rental begins at toddler size 7.
The hours for Skating in the Park can be found in the calendar on the main webpage. Rink hours change when Huntsville City Schools are closed and when there is inclement weather. Follow the Facebook and Instagram pages, @Skatinginthepark, for the most up-to-date rink hours and special events.
Yes. Once you have paid for admission to Skating in the Park, you will receive a wristband that will be good for the entire day.
Yes. Iceworks is the rink-side vendor. Their menu is posted on the main webpage for Skating in the Park.
Yes. Benches are located in multiple areas around the ice skating rink for people to watch the skaters. There are also warming stations provided.
Yes. There are portable restrooms available on site near the ice skating rink, generously provided by the City of Huntsville. Ice skates are not allowed inside the restrooms.
Yes. We use a mat system for the rink floor that is charged with liquid coolant for the ice making process. Once the mats are in place, a skim coat of water is sprayed onto the mats. The ice is then painted white before layering the ice with more water. The floor is connected to a chiller that circulates the fluid to keep the ice frozen.