Visitors of all ages can learn to skate, twirl across the ice, and handle pucks at Northford Ice Pavilion, where they will find a variety of frozen activities for the whole family. Boys and girls as young as aged 3 can enroll in hockey sessions that run eight weeks and involve supervised practice, group lessons, and building shrines to Wayne Gretzky. Open skate welcomes kids, parents, and couples to glide on rented skates before enjoying a hot cocoa at the concession stand.
Brush the dust off those old skates sitting in the closet and give them an good whirl at Ingalls Rink in New Haven.
Make the trip to this club even more savory with a visit to their fine restaurant.
This club is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
See how fast you can go around the rink when you skate at Ingalls Rink.
The multi-purpose rink at Milford Ice Pavilion hosts all kinds of on-ice activities, from Learn to Skate programs for budding figure skaters, to regularly scheduled adult pickup hockey games. The rink also makes itself available to the general public during open-skate times each day, where guests can lace up rental skates and glide around the indoor rink. Once they've left the ice, visitors can warm up and refuel with hot cocoa and snack-bar offerings that include sandwiches, pizza, and even breakfast.
Newington Arena’s Zamboni smoothes the ice for a range of blade-based activities, from lessons and hockey matches to freestyle open-skate sessions. Experienced coaches teach new and experienced skaters alike to glide, spin, and casually levitate during learn-to-skate programs and figure-skating academies, and amateurs can independently master their triple axels during public-skate times. Hockey and speed-skating programs warm up the ice, and each Friday night, Ice Jam’s strobe lights and music flood the arena as students 11–15 years old weave around the frozen floor. Newington Arena also houses a snack bar and hosts birthday parties, allowing kids to brag that their shindig was, literally, the coolest.
Whether strapping on rented roller skates or their own, skaters glide through the open air while skating next to the harbor. The Rinx offers parties, skating lessons, and open skate sessions in both the summer and winter. As the weather turns colder The Rinx transforms into a frozen pond where customers glide along the ice.
There's an exhilarating freedom to skating that the folks at Wonderland of Ice in Bridgeport certainly know how to provide.
Sure you could eat at home, but you'll want to take advantage of this club's restaurant for high-class food.
Load up the mini-van and bring the kids to this club — they'll love the scene here as much as mom and dad.
With a parking lot adjacent to Wonderland of Ice, you won't get stuck circling the block.