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Stephen F.
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Report | 13 days ago
Great value!
Kelsey P.
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Report | 17 days ago
Dress warm! we had an awesome time!! Great date night for only $10. People of all abilities were there, and the rental skates were in good shape.
Sheena S.
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Report | a month ago
This is a great date idea and inexpensive. Although, beware of the small children, they will definitely throw you off your skate game especially if you aren't great. They fall in front of you or almost bump into you if it is crowded so be careful.
Tom W.
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Report | a month ago
Nice rink, lots of room to skate.
Jennifer N.
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Report | 2 months ago
Wear hat and gloves
Arnel T.
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Report | 2 months ago
Rental skate condition was very good. Sharp blades. Friendly and helpful staff. Facilities were clean. Needed a snack bar open with hot chocolate or some food, though.
Kim d.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
Teens enjoyed it,
Joyce P.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
If you are not skating bring a coat, it gets pretty cold on the bench. kids had a great time. Cones work great to help beginners venture off the wall.
Kelley E.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
No double-blade skates so little ones have to make it work on a single blade, but they do have cones to help you get around the ice.
Brittany N.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
They didn't Zambonie th ice for free skate so if you're a fresh beginner in learning how to skate- watch out. The ice is a little rough
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From Our Editors

The sounds of slap shots and blades carving the ice resound through Big Bear Ice Arena as it sets the stage for visitors participating in hockey, figure skating, and a host of other games. Hockey programs for kids and adults follow the rules and regulations set forth by USA Hockey, which allows slap shots but not checking or doing burnouts in a Zamboni. When pucks aren't careening from board to board, figure skaters can glide out onto the ice for programs that range from a Learn to Skate class to competitive team events. Less competitive patrons, meanwhile, can log their time on the ice through games such as bandy and broomball or casual open skates.

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