The Sugar Land Ice & Sports Center conceals a chilly oasis for winter-sports fans to practice and have fun all year long, whether it's the day after Christmas or a steamy 100-degree afternoon in July. Between its two rinks, the center hosts staff-supervised public-skating sessions nearly every day in addition to a wide range of youth and adult hockey events—including practices for the former NA3HL Sugar Land Imperials. Inside Rink A, a spacious seating area and café invites visitors to break from their icy escapades and reenergize with a snack. Also away from the ice, the onsite pro shop sharpens blades and repairs skates so clients can carve their way across rinks and the halls of imposing ice castles.
If you're looking for a rink that has both professional and family-friendly amenities, Skate Central in Stafford is your ideal choice for a good skate.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Thinking of trying your hand at skating? Check out Mason Road Skate Center in Katy for some exhilarating laps around the rink.
What's a fine park without fine dining to accompany it? Be sure to pick up a tasty meal when you visit their great restaurant.
This park is great for families with kids.
Mason Road Skate Center is just steps away from a parking lot.
Memorial City Mall’s chirping cash registers and department-store scanners give way to the scraping of blades against ice inside Ice Skate USA. There, a full-sized rink large enough to host official IHL and NHL games reinvigorates bodies worn from shopping by imparting the freedom and fun of uninhibited speed during open-skate sessions. The rink also keeps a squad of instructors on hand who host hockey academies to sharpen everything from basic skating skills to puck control to discerning between team mascots and roving packs of wolves. Additionally, Ice Skate USA also works to expand the community’s appreciation for ice-bound culture during scheduled events such as The Nutcracker on Ice, with try-outs for the production encouraged for all students, and open to skaters of any skill and age.
The Dairy Ashford Roller Rink hit the ground skating in 1974, and has sent visitors zipping across its 65'x180' wooden floor ever since. The family-owned facility uses a digital sound and light system to ramp up the revelry and lure in any hair-metal bands roaming the neighborhood. More than two-dozen strobe lights swirl over surfaces, and a library of more than 3,000 songs pumps through the speakers. Away from the rink, Dairy Ashford maintains a fully stocked snack bar, as well as a spacious and colorful dining area that hosts large groups for birthday parties, family reunions, and corporate gatherings.
Aerodrome Ice Skating Complex doesn't have a shoe fetish. Its more than 1,000 pairs of rental ice skates serve a purpose: to equip guests for ice-related sports and activities. The two main activities, hockey and figure skating, are available to play or learn during an array of leagues, camps, clinics, and lessons throughout the year. In addition to ice-skating, the complex features a food stand, fitness center, and pro shop where skaters can have their skates sharpened or cut into a really cool saw pattern.