The Rinks offers both inline and ice skating for all ages and all skill levels. The Westminster and Yorba Linda centers boast NHL-size rinks, and Anaheim and Lakewood boast Olympic-size rinks. In addition, Anaheim's league-certified surface is used as the official training facility of the Anaheim Ducks. Skaters can take to the ice for classes on such blade-top pursuits as hockey, figure skating, public skating, curling, broomball, and more. For the ice-averse, The Rinks has three inline-skating centers in Corona, Huntington Beach, and Irvine which play host to youth and adult roller hockey leagues, skating clinics, public skates, and more. Open-skate sessions give aficionados the chance to take a few laps with friends and family, riding atop their own blades or donning a rental pair from the front desk. On Friday and Saturday nights, rinks morph into icy dance clubs, blasting hit music booming through the speakers and projecting music videos onto a jumbo screen. Birthday packages are also available at both locations.
Conveniently frozen inside the Peninsula Mall, Palos Verdes Ice Chalet opens its frosty flatland to recreational skaters, figure skaters, and hockey players of all ages. During daily public-skating sessions, guests slide into a pair of skates before gliding onto the ice, where cool breezes brush past cheeks and offer refreshing reprieve from heat waves and baseball caps made of lit firecrackers. As families, friends, and couples coast across the arctic tundra, the facility's speakers pump out energizing jams to inflate each outing with an extra dose of cheer. Between rounds of public skating, the rink also throws birthday parties, hosts hockey leagues, and holds hockey and figure-skating lessons, some of which are led by coaches with international experience.
At The Rinks, visitors lace up their inline skates and zoom around a smooth hockey-style rink during public skating sessions. Would-be hockey players can also suit up in free gear and inline skates to learn the ins and outs of the game as part of the The Anaheim Ducks Learn to Play program, which allows kids and adults to experience the sport before joining a paid program.
Fountain Valley Skating celebrates roller-skating as both a family-friendly recreational activity and a sport. During fun-filled open sessions on the spacious rink, families spin around in rented skates to an upbeat soundtrack. Birthday boys and girls celebrate their special days with music, ice cream, and zooming around the rink with all of their friends. Little ones learn to safely move on their wheels during tiny-tot sessions, and adults mingle over coffee and skate to a delightfully old-timey soundtrack of organ music and auto-tuned Franklin Roosevelt speeches.
Fountain Valley Skating fosters creative expression and athletic prowess through its figure-skating classes. Led by title-holding champs, the classes cover how to jump, spin, and balance on roller skates. After burning up to 200 calories per hour on the rink, visitors can take a breather and relax with arcade games.
Skaters glide with style and grace across the sleek surfaces of two hockey rinks at KHS Ice Arena. While the club?s coaches help mold teams of elite hockey players through camps and 3 on 3 competitions, the arena also hosts unstructured stick time for burgeoning hockey stars to work on their dekes and slap shots. In addition, public-skate sessions let visitors enjoy some freestyle skating in a stick-free atmosphere.
Toyota Sports Center entices skaters of all ages with a trio of glassy rinks smooth enough to be commandeered for official practices by the L.A. Kings. When the pros aren't reigning over the ice, guests can practice axel jumps during skating lessons or show up for public skating sessions to lap the flattened glacier in search of preserved saber-toothed zambonis. Toyota Sports Center also educates aspiring Great Ones with beginners hockey classes, hosts youth and adult leagues, and encourages visitors to bulk up off the ice at the fitness center, which is outfitted with free weights and treadmills for those slowly reconnecting with exercise on solid ground.