It’s time to kick off your shoes, lace up those skates and hit the ice!
Gather your family together and check out these ice skating locations where fun and exercise go hand-in-hand. We’ve rounded up lots of options, both indoors and out, that offer family-friendly times and skate rentals. Don’t be afraid if you have never ice skated before – some rinks offer instruction!
Keep your eyes peeled for great deals too. With any visit you make, remember to dress warmly and in comfortable layers! (As always, skate times are subject to change so we recommend contacting the venue to confirm before going.)
Best Places to Go Ice Skating in Indianapolis
9022 East 126th Street, Fishers
Formerly the FORUM at Fishers. Public skate is offered daily. Click here for a live schedule. Holiday skate times are also available. Thinking about taking lessons? The Fuel Tank hosts USFS Basic Skills program. Students are assigned to class based on skill level. Classes are offered year-round for ages three and up at all skill levels. Skaters will learn proper skating techniques to enjoy skating in any on-ice situation.
Admission: $9/person; $12 for Cosmic Rock N Skate w/ Live DJ; $3 skate rental
175 W Logan St, Noblesville
Noblesville’s holiday tradition returns! Federal Hill Commons Ice Plaza will return mid-November for its third year. More details forthcoming. Please check here for dates and hours.
1040 3rd Avenue SW, Carmel
Carmel Ice Skadium offers a friendly atmosphere where you can enjoy ice skating while listening to music and socializing with family, friends and possibly meeting new people. To mix things up, Cosmic Skating is when we turn down the lights and turn up the heat with theatrical lighting, special effects and awesome music. Hang out with your friends and have a cool time! Usually every Friday and Saturday night.
Admission: $8 public skate; $10 cosmic skate; $6.75 kids 10 and under; $4 skate rental
10 Center Green, Carmel
Ice at Center Green in the heart of beautiful Carmel aims to provide a fun and affordable way for families, friends and co-workers to get outdoors and enjoy Carmel’s chilly winters together, mid-November until the beginning of March. Food and beverages are available, or slip on over to City Center, Midtown or the Carmel Arts & Design District to enjoy some great local fare.
Admission: $8/person 10 and under; $10/person 11+; $4 skate rental
16616 Southpark Drive, Westfield
Arctic Zone has a lot to offer guests including public skating, lessons, stick and puck hours, Birthday parties, hockey clinics and camps and a High School hockey high-intensity weight training program.
Admission: $6.75/person under 10; $8 public skate; $10 cosmic skate; $3 skate rental
1202 East 38th Street Indianapolis, IN 46205
Attached to the Indiana Farmers Coliseum, the Pop Weaver Youth Pavilion and Cheri Daniels Arena is now managed by the Fuel Tank staff. Customers will continue to enjoy skating activities from September to February. Public skating sessions are on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Admission: $9/person; $3 skate rental
435 Whipple Lane, Avon
Enjoy the first “iceless” rink in Hendricks County. Located inside Washington Township Park, the Avon Ice Rink offers the residents of Hendricks County and beyond a perfect way to enjoy outdoor fun during the cold winter months in Indiana. And check out ice bumper cars!