At Arctic Edge Ice Arena, skaters of all ages learn the principles of figure skating and hockey under the direction of a coaching staff whose collective experience includes training US Figure Skating competitors and contributing choreography to the 2002 Winter Olympics. Between lessons, the arena opens for public skating so guests can practice their technique or etch their self-portraits into the ice. In addition to lessons and open skating, Arctic Edge hosts several youth and adult skating clubs, such as the Oklahoma Curling Club.
The facility encompasses a concession stand and arcade, as well as a pro shop that serves both recreational and competitive skaters.
The rink at Skate Moore in Moore is the ideal choice for athletes and amateur skaters alike.
Sit down for a savory meal at their in-house restaurant.
This club is great for families with kids.
Drivers can access the parking lot next door.
Whether you're executing triple axels or clinging to the walls, Sand Springs Skating Center in Sand Springs is a great place for skaters of all levels.
With food just the way you like it, this club elevates your restaurant experience just on the level of taste.
Bring the whole clan to this club — kids and parents will love the ambience here.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
If it was conceivable to eat a frozen coconut, Tropical Sno might just serve that. But since it’s not, the company designed syrups that add natural-tasting flavor to cups of shaved ice.
The selection of 40 flavors includes everything from vanilla and cinnamon to guava and green apple. Although it's possible to invent new flavor combinations, an existing set of popular concoctions mimics classic desserts and drinks. For instance, the mai tai merges pineapple, lemon, and orange.
To make desserts more unique than a cake decorated with its own fingerprints, Tropical Sno offers add-ons such sour-pucker packs.