Since opening in 2000, Iceland Sports Complex has hosted figure skaters, hockey players, and broom-ballers on its twin set of full-size rinks. In addition to this busy calendar of practices and performances, the complex offers plenty of time for casual public skates. Should novices desire to advance their skills, the skating academy's instructors can help pupils of all ages and abilities reach their goals—whether those include nailing a triple axle or becoming the first person to circumnavigate the globe on figure skates. The hockey club also caters to athletes at different levels with free learn-to-skate lessons for beginners and organized leagues for more competitive players. Birthday party rooms, a video-game arcade, and a pro shop filled with jerseys and gear round out the extensive facilities.
Alpine Ice Arena grants blade-borne guests from well-padded tots to aspiring pros a friction-free winter haven. Stands hold up to 500 spectators while a snack bar warms their bellies with hot dogs, hot cocoa, and other delectable treats. Staff in the pro shop or figure- and hockey-skating lessons arm gliders with gear, grace, and grit. Spectators dropping by the arena might cross tracks with Kentucky's first adult skating team, Moms on Ice, synchronized ice dancers The Belles, or wistful zambonis donning sequins during downtime.
If you're looking for a rink that has both professional and family-friendly amenities, Robben's Roost Roller Skating in Louisville is your ideal choice for a good skate.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Across 22,000 square feet of Blazer's Fun Zone, visitors of all ages can find something to smile about, whether it's rock climbing or playing an arcade game. The various attractions work up an appetite for snacks, which can be found at Sweet B's Frozen Yogurt onsite, or at the snack bar, where the staff slings pizzas, hot dogs, burgers, and drinks.
If you're up for an exhilarating work-out or maybe just a casual skate around rink with the kids, check out Olde Bloomfield Meeting Hall in Bloomfield.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Around and around and around you'll go at the pace of fun when you visit Olde Bloomfield Meeting Hall's skating rink.
Lace up your skates and head on over to the rink at Whispering Wheels Roller Rink in Bardstown.
The doors are open for you at this park with their people friendly restaurant and great, home-cooked food.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.