Practice your twists and twirls or improve on last year’s moves at these outdoor ice skating rinks around Atlanta. Call or check websites before visiting to check for hours, weather changes and COVID-19 safety precautions.
Outdoor Seasonal Rinks:
Skate the Sky at The Roof on Ponce City Market. Twirl across this ice skating rink, and on weekends, sing with The Roof’s Ice Queen and rent a family-friendly igloo. Through Jan. 9.
Ice Skating at Stone Mountain Mall. Enjoy gliding across the ice at this indoor rink. Through Jan. 13.
Skate the Station at Atlantic Station. A large, open-air ice skating rink. Through Jan. 18.
Avalon On Ice. Lace up your skates and glide on the ice. Through Jan. 18.
Ice Days Ice Skating Rink at Olde Town Conyers Pavilion. Indoor/outdoor rink in a botanical setting with real ice. Through Feb. 15.
Ice Days Ice Skating Rink at Legion Field Fair Grounds. Covered ice skating rink with real ice. Through Feb. 15.
The Rink at Park Tavern. Heated tent, state-of-the-art sound system and rink-side dining. Through Feb. 15.
License to Chill Snow Island at Margaritaville. Go snow tubing, practice figure eights on the ice rink and more. Through Feb. 21.
The Ice Rink at Sugar Hill. Practice your moves on this real outdoor rink. Through Feb. 21.
Year-Round Indoor Rinks:
Skate as a family during open skate times, or enroll the kids in hockey or figure skating lessons.
The Cooler, Alpharetta Family Skate Center: Visit the public skate tab for schedule.
Center Ice Arena: Visit the public skate tab for schedule.
IceForum: Visit the Duluth tab and then click on public sessions for schedules.
The ICE: Visit the Public Skating tab.
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