Fans of ice skating will be happy to hear that there are 3 enchanting outdoor ice rinks to go ice skating, and 1 indoor rink, that are open in Las Vegas this December. From ice trails to indoor rinks, ones covered in snow and others bathed in twinkling holiday lights, keep these 4 ice skating rinks on your radar this holiday season in Las Vegas.
Escape into this gorgeous winter wonderland right in the desert of Vegas. Enchant has transformed the Las Vegas Ballpark into a spectacular holdiday display, perfect for a romantic date or a family outing this holidy season. From visits with Santa to holiday-themed food and drinks to a stunning maze bedazzled with twinkling holiday lights. Last but not least, there’s a ice skating trail that takes you through a dazzling forest of lights, skates provided by Enchant. Tickets cost $34 for adults, teens and kids cost $25.50, and infants are free.
Where: 1650 S Pavilion Center Dr, Las Vegas, NV
This popular skating rink is back for another year. Skate directly above the Las Vegas Strip, taking in the glitz and glam from above while gliding on the ice. Named as USA Today’s Top 10 Ice Rinks in America, here you can skate on 4,200 square feet of real ice, roast s’mores on an open fire, and enjoy holiday-themed drinks and treats, all with a light flurry of snow that happens every 30 minutes. The Ice Rink opens Saturday, December 2nd, and a ticket includes all-day access and skate rentals for $30 and $20 if you’re a local.
Where: Boulevard Tower, 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S Level 4, Las Vegas, NV
4th Floor of the Cosmopolitan
Until January 15th, head to Downtown Summerlin to skate on the Rock Rink, a annual takeover near the Pavillion at The Lawn. This outdoor skating rink is 8,000 square feet and stands beside a 40-foot glittering Christmas tree. While you’re skating, enjoy holiday music and themed hot drinks to satisfy your sweet tooth. Don’t forget to enjoy the festive holiday train that rides around the skating rink, only for $5 for kids and adults. Skate rentals start at $16.
Where: 1825 Festival Plaza Dr, Las Vegas, NV
The indoor skating rink is often used for sports or ice skating training, but they have a few “freestyle” slots where you can come skate on an amazing quality rink indoors. This rink is less Christmas-y than the others, truth be told, but also comes without the crowds of the Cosmopolitan, making it an excellent choice for folks newer to ice skating.
Where: 9295 W Flamingo Rd UNIT 130, Las Vegas, NV