Ice Skating in Sandusky


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  • 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
  • Ice Land USA Lakewood
    A training facility for numerous Olympic champions, nationally and world renowned coaches, and the AHL's Lake Erie Monsters, Ice Land USA imbues beginning or advanced hockey players and figure skaters with ice-trekking fundamentals and techniques. A local staple, the oft-treaded rink has donned a number of monikers over the years, including Serpentini Arena, Winterhurst, and Not Gridiron. Skating lessons pair apprentices with professional instructors for gliding improvement, while adult, beginner, drop-in, and high-school hockey sessions pit slap-shooting participants against each other during league games and scrimmages. The year-round facility also hosts birthday parties and open sessions for recreational skaters, spreading its surface into two separate rinks for roomy Friday-night skates scored by live music. Off the ice, patrons can browse pro-shop shelves stocked with hockey equipment, brandish joysticks in the arcade, or watch rink action from the upper lobby's lounge boasting a full bar.
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    14740 Lakewood Heights Blvd
    Lakewood, OH US
  • Monroe Multi-Sports Complex
    Skaters of all ages and arabesque abilities soar across Monroe Multi-Sports Complex's vast rink—the former home to 2011 NHL recruit Matt Mahalak. Though the rink acts as the complex’s nucleus of activity—hosting hockey games, figure skating exhibitions, skating lessons, and public skate sessions—, an adjacent field house promotes more land-based sports, including youth and adult soccer, dodge ball, and flag football. Additionally, a collection of springy inflatables allows young visitors to bounce for up to a full day or until they finally convince gravity to permanently reverse. Passionate staffers stay on hand to offer skating tips during public sessions, assist guests as they sign for one of the soccer leagues, or be of assistance in case of a hot-chocolate overdose. In keeping with their commitment to physical education, the complex’s team of instructors also coach home-schooled children for credits, as well as give birthday children the gift of adrenaline-pumping exercise during party packages.
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    333 N. Dixie Highway
    Monroe, MI US
  • Forestwood Figure Skating Club
    Making its home at Michael A. Ries Ice Rink, the nonprofit Forestwood Figure Skating Club connects young skaters with goal-oriented coaching. Once beginners pick up the fundamentals in the Learn to Skate program, they can move on to private instruction with the club's coaching staff, which combines for more than 25 years of experience. These sessions prepare each student for serious competition, affording access to sanctioned competitions and private ice time on a rink uncluttered by fellow skaters or rush hour Zamboni traffic. The organization is certified by the U.S. Figure Skating Association, the governing body that oversees testing and competitions for all Olympic hopefuls.
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    5000 Forestwood Drive
    Parma, OH US
  • Zelma W George Skating Rink
    During the day, huge skylights cast a glow over Zelma Watson-George Roller Skating Facility's big, bright, festive rink; in the evenings, glow sticks and other fun accessories light up the crowd as kids and families roll by. Most days, contemporary hip hop and R&B provide the soundtrack, although occasional themed skates turn over the sound system to the likes of Michael Jackson. The center's cafe helps skaters recharge with wings, pizza, hotdogs, and cotton candy, and the arcade bleeps and buzzes with both video games and redemption games spooling out tickets that can be exchanged for prizes or added to an investment portfolio.
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    3155 Martin Luther King Jr Dr
    Cleveland, OH US
  • Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex
    Fitness, arts, and cultural programs broaden horizons at the Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex, which stands as a haven for continued learning and active lifestyles. The facility is well equipped to meet its expectations—there are 22 soccer pitches, two NHL-worthy ice surfaces, areas set aside for seniors, and landscaped nature trails outside the building. An indoor walking track wraps around the fitness centre, which the staff stocks with cardio and strength-training machines, as well as ROC-IT circuit-training machines and free weights. They've also set a group fitness area apart and cleared space for stretching. The staff continues to get bodies moving with low-impact aqua fitness classes in the indoor aquatic area. A wave pool and lazy river beckon guests to relax or read messages from bottles thrown by someone very near them. The staff also hosts clubs, meetings, and gatherings for organizations such as the LaSalle Minor Hockey Association and events such as wedding receptions.
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    2121 Laurier Dr.
    Windsor, ON CA

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