Ice Skating in Green


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  • Kent State University Ice Arena
    When you look around the 150'x80' rink at Kent State University Ice Arena, you can’t help but be amazed at the variety of things going on. Throughout the week, the rink plays host to skating lessons, hockey leagues, and public skating sessions in which families and couples can spend a day zooming around. Sports players learn the intricacies of being the best hockey player around or learn a new sport in the rink’s broomball league. After hands and feet start to chill, guests can grab a snack and a hot beverage at the concessions stand, with the fireplace always crackling so guests can warm back up.
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    650 Loop Rd.
    Kent, OH US
  • Kent State University Recreational Services
    Crooked River Adventures? river adventures are leisurely, no-experience-required pleasure cruises that challenge the muscles while massaging the mind?s shimmering-blue waterscape dreams. Glide past verdant foliage, through glittering reflections of aged bridges, and into great blue herons? great blue neighborhoods while the sun warms your skin, the wind blows through your hair, and your hair blows through your hat. All the while, you?ll be learning the proper strokes that propel floatmobiles to ultrafun, and you?ll begin to gain functional understanding of the strength of a body in fluid, powerful motion. Crooked River Adventures operates in conjunction with Kent State University Recreational Services? Adventure Center, which has received statewide recognition for its boating program and outstanding handshakes from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Watercraft.
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    100 Stow Street
    Kent, OH US
  • Roller Hutt Skate Center
    The building that houses Roller Hutt was built in 1948, and by the time it passed into owner Craig Dlugokecki's hands, he knew he had to work on bringing the facility into the 20th century. With a new vision for making his roller skating rink more fun, he made plenty of improvements: skaters now have a choice between renting regular or inline skates and large screens on the perimeter now play popular music videos. Between laps on the resurfaced floor, skaters can mix things up with an eight-minute laser tag game. Set inside an inflatable maze-like arena, players take their best shots amid fog and dramatic lighting. When it's time to take a break form the activities, the snack bar comes to the rescue with, among other things, Hershey's hand-dipped ice cream.
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    10268 Hewins Rd
    Garrettsville, OH US
  • The Pond Family Friendly Ice Rink
    An indoor skating rink, The Pond Family Friendly Ice Rink hosts skaters of all abilities during public-skating sessions—offered seven days a week. As the frosty stomping ground for the Geauga Youth Hockey League and the Chagrin Valley Figure Skating Club, The Pond helps young skaters find their stride on the ice without having to carve a treadmill out of a glacier. Skaters of all abilities can learn to glide gracefully across the rink during Learn to Skate lessons, which are offered multiple times a week.
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    9999 E Washington St.
    Chagrin Falls, OH US
  • Chagrin Valley Roller Rink
    For more than 35 years, skaters of all ages and experience levels have strapped on wheels and traversed Chagrin Valley Roller Rink. Private and group skating lessons prevent mobile 10-person pileups, and nights designated for teens, tots, or families feature music tailored to each audience. When the school bell rings, the center opens its doors to after-school skaters, blasting song requests entered on the rink's online song-request module. Skating experts at the pro shop sell and rent in-line and roller-skating equipment, and match feet with compatible wheels. A snack bar refuels participants and furnishes eats for private parties, and the arcade's pinball machines and vintage games slurp up quarters and exercise thumbs.
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    7151 S Main St
    Chagrin Falls, OH US
  • Ice Land USA
    Ice Land USA's rinks cater to skaters of all experience levels, offering lessons and league opportunities at their two locations. The instructors at Hoover Arena and Serpentini Arena teach skaters how to improve their on-ice finesse, and youth and adult hockey leagues allow players to compete against rival teams or take shots on a zamboni posing as a goalie. At other times, the Colorado Avalanche-affiliated Lake Erie Monsters take the ice to practice for bouts against American Hockey League opponents.
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    15381 Royalton Rd
    Strongsville, OH US

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