No matter what the season, you can always find ice in Florida. Orlando ice skating rinks are open year-round, and during the winter months, several towns celebrate with their own frozen experiences. Bundle up for a fun and inexpensive activity. Ice-skating only costs $10-$15 per person.
HOLIDAY ICE SKATING
Winter in the Park
The city has created a tradition with an annual holiday ice skating rink that runs November 18 through January 7. Holiday music, games, carolers and so much more will flurry around you! The cost is $13 and includes skates. The rink is located in Central Park West Meadow at the corner of New York Avenue and Morse Boulevard.
Light Up UCF
Glide along the ice as a DJ spins classic holiday hits at Light Up UCF. Cost is $12. The annual holiday festival also has complimentary fun for all ages including a holiday light show, snowfall and a film festival every Friday and Saturday night featuring classics like “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “Elf.” On select nights, Santa will make a special appearance.
ICE SKATING EVERY DAY
RDV Sportsplex in Maitland
The family-friendly ice rink is open for public skating seven days a week. Check the schedule for public skate times. $7.28 for skate admission during weekday and weekend afternoon public skating sessions, and $10.10 for skate admission on Friday and Saturday evenings. Skate rental costs an additional $3.75. Prices do not include tax.
The Ice Factory of Central Florida in Kissimmee
Just south of Orlando, this rink offers public skating during select times every day of the week. Prices range from $8 to $12 and include skates.