Ice Rinks


There are several rinks around the Tahoe Truckee area that offer public skating and skate rentals.  Many of the rinks are located at your favorite ski resorts.

South Lake Tahoe Ice Arena:
530-542-6262 Public Skating boasting an NHL size ice rink. 1176 Rufus Allen Blvd., South Shore.

Heavenly Lake Tahoe: 530-542-4230 Public Skating in Heavenly’s “Village”. Located off Ski Run Blvd., South Lake Tahoe.

Truckee Ice Rink: Public Skating under the pines, overhead lights and music, 7 days a week.  Located in the Truckee River Regional Park on Old Brockway Road.

Olympic Ice Pavilion: 530-581-7246 Public Skating at High Camp, Squaw Valley in Olympic Valley. Hours are 11:00am to 10:00pm.

Resort at Squaw Creek: 530-583-6300 Public Skating 10:00am to 10:00pm. 400 Squaw Creek Road, Olympic Valley.

Village at NorthStar: 530-562-3689  9,000 square foot ice rink surrounded by outdoor fire pits, restaurants and comfortable seating areas.   Roller skating in the summer.


Rink on the River:  775-334-6268, Outdoors along the Truckee River in downtown Reno. Corner of First and Virginia Streets. Reno, NV. Closes 2/3/2013.


Resort at Squaw Creek

9 comments:

  1. I love this sport, I'm sure that a lot of people skate during winter. Thanks.
    slamm scooters

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    1. Me too, my favorite sports when winter hits the calendar. Apart from that, I'm also an avid user of inline skates, which I think explains my likeness to the said sports as well. Perhaps next winter season I'll try visiting Olympic Ice Pavilion cause I've got a friend living nearby.

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  5. It's March already. The most rural of roads are dry and snow-free, even if still lined with shrinking piles of melting snow discarded and abandoned by the snowplow.

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