Grand Rapids Ice Rinks for Indoor and Outdoor Skating Fun

No matter the season, there are plenty of Grand Rapids ice rinks awaiting eager skaters. Browse this list.

Get out the ice skates! The snowy season’s nearly here. But while you wait for Rosa Parks Circle to open Thanksgiving weekend, there are plenty of local ice rinks open year-round. So start perfecting that pirouette and shredding ice now. Between all the sports complexes and arenas listed below, newbies, seasoned skaters and hockey gurus alike can find a host of lessons, leagues, drop-in games and open skate sessions.

Note that the hours and prices listed are for open skate only. Additional hours and fees for other programs may apply.

Cedar Rock Sports Plex

  • Address: 4758 Cornfield Drive, Cedar Springs
  • Phone: 616-696-8393
  • Hours: 1-3 p.m. Saturdays
  • Costs: $6/person, $5/ages 7 and under, $3/skate rental

Shed your shoes and lace up your skates at this sports complex for open skate every Saturday. On Friday evenings starting at 4:30 p.m., get the gang together for Stick & Puck hockey for ages 13 and older. Ice rentals and party packages available.

Georgetown Ice Center

  • Address: 8500 48th Ave., Hudsonville
  • Phone: 616-662-2800
  • Hours: Vary
  • Costs: $5/person, $3/students with ID, $3/skate rental

Featuring programs like open skate, drop-in hockey, Stick & Puck and freestyle, there are plenty of reasons to get out on this ice rink. Ice rental and party packages available.

Griff’s Icehouse

  • Address: 30 Coldbrook St. NE, Grand Rapids
  • Phone: 616-235-0303
  • Hours: 11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Monday-Friday, 7-8:20 p.m. Saturday, 5:40-6:50 p.m. Sunday
  • Costs: $3/person, $2/skate rental

Practice your pirouette any day of the week at Griff’s Icehouse. Find drop-in hockey for adults, Stick & Puck, freestyle and skating lessons, too.

Kentwood Ice Arena

  • Address: 6230 Kalamazoo Ave. SE, Grand Rapids
  • Phone: 616-698-0100
  • Hours: Vary
  • Costs: $5/person, $2/skate rental

Want to learn how to ice skate? Kentwood Ice Arena offers camps, clinics, beginner and figure skating lessons, as well as drop-in hockey and adult leagues for seasoned skaters.

Lakeshore Sports Centre

  • Address: 4470 Airline Road, Muskegon
  • Phone: 231-739-9423
  • Hours: noon-1:30 p.m. Sunday
  • Costs: $5/person, $2/skate rental

Get out and skate with the family after Sunday brunch. Want to practice your technique during the week? Find ice skating and ice hockey lessons, after-school programs and adult leagues here.

Patterson Ice Center

  • Address: 2550 Patterson Ave. SE, Grand Rapids
  • Phone: 616-940-1423
  • Hours: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and 10 p.m.-midnight Friday, 1-3 p.m. Saturday-Sunday,
  • Costs: $5/adult, $4/ages 12 and under, $3/skate rental

At this rink, break a sweat on your lunch break or drop off the kids for a late-night skate session on the weekend. Want to hit a puck around? Find Stick & Puck hours every Monday and Friday, lunch hockey hours during the week and open hockey on Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays.

Rosa Parks Circle 

  • Address: corner of Monroe Avenue and Pearl Street, downtown Grand Rapids
  • Phone: 616-456-3699
  • Hours: Vary, Nov. 24, 2017-Feb. 25, 2018
  • Costs: $1/ages 17 and under, $3/ages 18-plus; free skate rentals with admission

Rosa Parks Circle offers up the outdoor skating experience those in Grand Rapids look forward to every year. Rein in the holiday cheer and skate in the midst of downtown under festive lights during winter break and into the new year.

Southside Ice Arena

  • Address: 566 100th St. SW, Byron Center
  • Phone: 616-877-3600
  • Hours: 4-6 p.m. Sunday
  • Costs: $5/adult, $4/ages 5-12, $2/skate rental

Skate circles around family on Sunday afternoons at this rink in Byron Center. Newbies can take lessons and hockey enthusiasts can hit a puck around here.

Walker Ice & Fitness Center 

  • Address: 4151 Remembrance Road NW, Walker
  • Phone: 616-735-6286
  • Hours: Vary
  • Costs: $4/adult, $3/ages 18 and under, $3/skate rental

Stay fit by working out at this gym, then get on the ice to round out your cardio routine. Skating programs include open and senior skate, drop-in hockey and freestyle.

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