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Editor’s Picks: Best Places to Skate in the OKC Metro

by Brooke Barnett

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Ready to get your spring break rolling? Check out one of these roller or ice skating rinks in the metro.

Star Skate
2020 West Lindsey St, Norman
405-329-1818

Why we love it: Parents with a child under 6 always skate for free and the rink offers both daytime and evening public skating hours every weekend. Plus, kids of all ages can learn to skate in five-week training classes for only $30 and staff is happy to provide skating tips during public skating sessions. Locations are also available in Midwest City and Shawnee.


Arctic Edge Ice Arena
14613 North Kelly Ave, Oklahoma City
405-748-5454

Why we love it: Every Tuesday is Family Night from 7:15–8:45pm, where a family of four can skate for $20, including skate rental. Additional family members are just $6 per person. Saturday night is Military Night, where all military members receive 50% off admission with valid ID. Plus, enroll your child in the rink’s Summer Sports Day Camp for hands-on fun with ice skating, hockey and more.


Rollerland Skating Center
1621 South Choctaw Rd, Choctaw
405-390-1300

Why we love it: Recently remodeled, this rink includes an upgraded sound system, video projection, lighting displays and a state-of-the-art skating surface. Spring Break Skates are held on March 20-21 from 1:00-3:00pm for $5. Thursday nights are Family Nights, with $8 admission for the family and $0.50 skate rental. Plus, through May, enjoy Christian Skate Night on Sunday evenings from 6:00-8:00pm for $5.


Skate Galaxy
5800 NW 36th St, Oklahoma City
405-605-2758

Why we love it: The rink offers fun activities during public skate time, including a black out glow skate and limbo. Free Learn to Skate lessons are offered every Saturday at noon. Older kids and adults can enjoy speed skating lessons on Wednesday evenings, and new skaters can use the rink’s skate trainer device to learn balance. Plus, print a coupon for buy-one-get-one-free admission at www.metrofamilymagazine.com/kids-pass.


Blazers Ice Centre
8000 South I-35 Service Rd.,Oklahoma City
405-631-3307

Why we love it: The rink offers public skating seven days per week, plus monthly passes, summer passes and discount punch cards for
frequent skaters. Skating lessons, hockey lessons and four- and eight-week Learn to Skate classes are also offered. Plus, catch an University of Oklahoma Ice Hockey game (September–March) for only $5 and children 6 & under are free.


Yukon on Wheels Skate Center
24 East Main St, Yukon
405-350-2215

Why we love it: In addition to evening sessions on Friday and Saturday nights, public skating sessions on Sundays from 2–5 p.m. are only $5, and parents skate for half-price with paid child’s admission. The rink offers a special Spring Break Skate from March 18-20 from 1–3 p.m. for only $5, including skate rental.

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