Kids 4–12 learn to play hockey during weekly classes that teach the fundamentals of getting around on the ice; skates and jerseys included
About This Deal
- What’s included:
- 12 skating classes and practice sessions
- It is recommended to provide own equipment (pads, helmet, mouthguard, and stick) for better experience.
- Classes are separated into two groups: kids aged 4–6 and kids aged 7–12. They then attend 30-minute classes where they learn to play hockey, with instruction that includes the basics of skating before putting what they’ve learned to use during practice sessions.
- See the class schedule.
- Valid at the Lake Forest and Aliso Viejo locations.
#####Lake Forest Ice Palace and Aliso Viejo Ice Palace]’s COVID-19 Precautions
- Cleaning and disinfecting procedures at the premises have been heightened.
- All staff members and customers who are not feeling well are advised to stay home.
- Hand-sanitizer dispensers and disinfecting appliances are available for general use.
- Note that state and local guidelines are changing regularly. Please check Lake Forest Ice Palace and Aliso Viejo Ice Palace’s website or contact them for their latest guidelines.
Need To Know
About Lake Forest Ice Palace and Aliso Viejo Ice Palace
The pristine sheets of ice at Ice Palace’s outposts in Lake Forest and Aliso Viejo serve as well-kept tundras ideal for diversions such as hockey, figure-skating, and public-skating sessions. Future stars and misinformed basketball players can both sharpen their stick-handling skills in the facilities' Learn to Play Hockey programs, whereas Learn to Figure Skate sessions teach beginners everything from forward and backward moves to entry-level jumps and spins. Held throughout the week at both locations, open-skating sessions allow the general public to let loose as couples slip on their skates, hold hands, and fearlessly tie each other's laces.