Ice Skating in Mammoth Lakes

Oct 14, 2022

The Mammoth Lakes ice rink is an outdoor venue, where visitors and locals can enjoy a variety of programming, including open skate sessions, hockey tournaments and pick-up games, ice skating lessons and seasonal events. Located behind the Mammoth Lakes Public Library and nestled against a beautiful alpine meadow, the ice rink offers stunning 360-degree views of the Sherwin Range and the White Mountains.

The Mammoth Ice Rink operates from late November through February, weather permitting, with public skate sessions seven days a week. Schedules are subject to change.

Open-Skate at the Mammoth Ice Rink

Public ice skating sessions are held seven days a week, weather permitting. Friday and Saturday 3-hour sessions run throughout the day from noon to 10pm. Weekday and Sunday hours vary based on other programming throughout the season. Check the schedule for details.

Holiday and weekend rates start at $9 for children and $11 for adults. Save on admission by skating midweek, when tickets are only $7.50 for children and $9.50 for adults. Children under 5 skate free with an adult ticket. Throughout the season the Mammoth Ice Rink is also offering a midweek lunchtime special, when ice time plus rentals are only $13.50 per person. 

Ice Skate Rentals & Concessions

If you don’t have your own pair of ice skates, you can rent them at the Mammoth Ice Rink. Helmets are also available for rent. Skate sharpening services are offered as well. An on-site concession stand offers snacks and drinks during business hours.

Events at the Mammoth Ice Rink

Every year, the Mammoth Ice Rink hosts a number of special events. Visitors can enjoy free skate nights on the first Friday of the month. Plus, Santa makes a special appearance at the annual Skate with Santa Night. Learn more about other special events happening at the Mammoth Ice Rink here

Getting to the Mammoth Ice Rink

By Shuttle

Consider taking the free Mammoth Lakes shuttle to the Mammoth Ice Rink, as parking in the area is limited. Both the red line from Main Lodge and the Village and the purple line drop off at stops near the ice rink.

Meghan Miranda

Meghan has been living and playing in Mammoth Lakes since 2016. She enjoys any outdoor activities that her dogs can tag along for. See more of Meghan's adventures on her blog Meg Moves Mountains.

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