Opening for its second year on November 24th, the Holliday Park Ice Rink one of Indy’s newest outdoor ice skating rink. Ice skating is a fun, healthy, and engaging activity for all ages, ready to make your winter experience memorable.
Last year, The Holliday Park Foundation announced plans for a new skating rink at Holliday Park. This new attraction will allow people to enjoy the park during the cold months and make it a new holiday tradition.
Proceeds from the Ice Skating Rink will go to the Holliday Park Foundation Endowment. Which will help ensure that the park can continue to grow, evolve, and serve the community.
When will the Ice Rink at Holliday Park open?
How much does ice skating cost?
Tickets are $14 online and at the door (limited availability). Children 4 and under are free. Skate rental is included with every ticket.
Can you rent the entire ice rink?
Yes! For $400, you can rent the entire ice rink at Holliday Park for one hour. The standard rental fee covers events of 25 people or less. Parties with more than 25 guests will be charged an additional cost of $5 per person. The rink is available for private events and would be a great space for your next birthday party or team outing. Find more information about ice rink rental on the website.
Where is the Holliday Park Ice Rink located?
The outdoor ice skating rink is located near the Holliday Park Nature Center at 6363 Spring Mill Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46260.
Food and drinks are available at the Ice Rink concession stand. Additionally, adult guests can enjoy a selection of beer and wine.
Skating Lessons at The Ice Rink
Partnering with The Winter Club of Indianapolis, Holliday Park Ice Rink offers unique courses, including Learn to Skate USA® Lessons designed for all ages, Coffee Club for Adults, and Homeschool Lessons tailored to fit children who learn at home.
Holliday Park invites students to experience a wooded winter wonderland with an outdoor ice rink and snow-dusted trails. Three dynamic educational opportunities are available, including:
- The Science of Snow: Explore snow formation and the math behind snowflakes. Laps around the ice rink will help solidify students’ comprehension.
- Winter Wonder: Discover how native wildlife adapts to winter months, using their tricks to will keep you warm on the ice rink.
- Learn to Skate: Watch an informational video filled with expert tips before practicing your elegant moves on the ice.
Visit the Environmental Education Field Trips page or call (317) 327-7180 for more details on booking field trips, program fees, and scholarships available through the Holliday Park Foundation.
The second season has been extended by an additional month with longer hours for skating and offers new and expanded programming, including:
Learn to Skate USA® Lessons: In partnership with the Winter Club of Indianapolis, these lessons sharpen focus and provide greater balance on and off the ice. Monday and Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings.
Coffee Club: An adults-only Coffee Club with lessons designed to bring beginners up on the basics or refresh skaters of all skill levels at 11 a.m. on Wednesdays. In partnership with the Winter Club of Indianapolis, lessons include 30 minutes of group instruction and 30 minutes of practice.
Field Trips: Experienced environmental educators have designed three dynamic educational opportunities found only at Holliday Park – The Science of Snow, Winter Wonder and Learn to Skate.
Homeschool Skate Sessions: Nature can be the greatest teacher for your homeschooled children. Purchase tickets during the open session at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesdays to take advantage of a great social opportunity for homeschooled students.
OrthoIndy Skate Safely Program: A free, instructional program on how to skate and play sports safely followed by an hour of skate time, sponsored by OrthoIndy. Every Thursday from December 7-21 from 6-7:30 p.m.
Our Hockey House: A free 8-week learn-to-play hockey program from 6-7:30 p.m. every Thursday in January and February, sponsored by OrthoIndy.