Reno ice skating is a classic, family-friendly winter activity that both locals and visitors alike can’t wait for when the temperatures drop. Even better, those who can’t get enough ice skating year-round can skate their hearts out at one of Reno Tahoe’s indoor ice rinks.
From our outdoor rinks to Reno’s new indoor ice rink, make some wonderful winter memories with those you love. So bundle up, save room for some hot chocolate, and head to one of Reno or Lake Tahoe’s ice rinks for a day of memory-making. Before you visit, make sure to check the ice rink’s websites for health and safety protocols such as mask requirements, reservation requirements or party size limitations.
One of the coolest places in Northern Nevada to show off your ice skating skills is The Ice Rink at Grand Sierra Resort. With 8,000 square feet, there is plenty of room to skate to your heart’s content. After turning and twirling around the ice, check out the heated pool, hot tubs, fire pits, full-service bar and a full menu of seasonal goodies such as soup and s’mores. The Ice Rink is open to hotel guests, locals and anyone else who would like to enjoy some wintry fun.
Reno’s newest indoor ice skating rink is Reno Ice Community Ice Arena. The ice rink is open for public skating every afternoon, and during their evening public skate sessions they dim the lights and turn up the music to create a party atmosphere! Better yet, maximize your skate time by booking a private party.
Reno Ice also offers ice skating lessons, figure skating practice sessions and is home to a hockey club.
If not everyone in your group feels like skiing or snowboarding but still wants to have some frosty fun, no problem. There are plenty of other family-friendly activities to choose from at our Lake Tahoe ski resorts.
Get your Lake Tahoe ice skating adventure on at Northstar Village Ice Skating Rink. Located right in the center of the action, Village Ice Skating is surrounded by shops, fire pits and lots of fun. Skating is free if you bring your own skates, so don’t be afraid to dust off those old ice skates and show your stuff. Those who don’t have their own skates, no problem, rentals skates are available.
Located only five minutes from Palisades Tahoe, enjoy a spectacular view of the winter wonderland that is Olympic Valley’s six peaks while you whiz around the ice at the Resort at Squaw Creek’s Ice Rink. After your ice skating extravaganza, enjoy a hot chocolate, or even a hot toddy, while you soak up the sights of this spectacular winter resort.
Enjoy music and fun each day and night at Heavenly Village’s open-air skating rink in South Lake Tahoe. Heavenly Village’s skating rink is open daily and also available to rent for private events.
Want to keep the winter fun going? Reno Tahoe comes to life when the snow falls so there is no shortage of winter activities to choose from, no matter how you like to celebrate your snow days.
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