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What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $12 for open-skate admission (up to $9 value each) and skate rental ($4 value each) for two (up to $26 total value)
- $22 for open-skate admission and skate rental for four (up to $52 total value)
- $20 for Ice Jam skating admission (up to a $16 value each) and skate rental ($4 value each) for two ($40 total value)
- $38 for Ice Jam skating admission for four ($80 total value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 15, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Customers may bring their own skates. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Skylands Ice World
As they sweep the ice, most gas-powered zambonis also give off harmful carbon monoxide, which lingers in the rink for hours afterwards. But Skylands Ice World’s resurfacers are different—they’re fueled by propane, which means that, with the help of special converters and frequent tune-ups, they emit much lower levels of carbon monoxide. And to make them even more eco- and skater-friendly, the zambonis warm up in a separate, ventilated room before hitting the ice, which also helps carbon-dioxide levels in the rink stay well below EPA-approved standards. It might seem odd to put so much thought into the environmental and health effects of ice upkeep, especially since the state of New Jersey doesn’t technically regulate the air quality of skating rinks, but Skylands Ice World and its staff considers it worthwhile. Because in the end, a devotion to Mother Earth and its inhabitants is just as important as a devotion to sport and spectacle, which is also why the facility has recently installed an energy-saving, low-emissivity ceiling as well as high-efficiency light fixtures.
Knowing that the air and their consciences are cleaner than a personal trainer’s bill of health, visiting skaters can go for a care-free spin around the ice during daily public-skating sessions. Visitors can also groove to toe-pick-tapping music, which blasts out of a newly installed sound system during the popular Friday night Ice Jam event. And when they need a break from the figure eights and figure zeros, skaters can hop over to the onsite eatery, which dispenses Tim Hortons coffee and baked goods.