Getting to a New Normal
- The Ice Arena continues to operate in accordance with the Governor’s Phased Guidelines 4.10 and with the Summit County Mask Ordnance.
- Respect and adhere to all User Group protocols, they may be more restrictive than below to ensure the safety and compliance.
- Masks are required inside of the Ice Arena.
- Exception: Face coverings/face shields do not need to be worn when individuals are engaged in strenuous physical exercise at the Park City Ice Arena.
- The ice surface capacity is limited to 20 people when face coverings/face shields are not worn.
- Face coverings/face shields are required all common areas including hockey benches and locker rooms.
- Coaches, instructors, spectators, and participants not within the confines of the playing surface shall be required to wear a face covering/face shield.
- Due to higher capacity limits, face masks/face shields are still required during all open skate sessions.
- Patrons of different household must maintain 6 feet of distance when feasible.
- Symptom checking of participants prior to each competition or practice.
- Locker rooms are available 15 minute before and after ice sessions.
- Limit of 50 spectators for most activities. Most hockey games have a limit of one spectator per player.
- Pre-registration is now available online and through the Front Desk for all activities except Public Skate. Walk- ins are available for sessions not at capacity. Walk-ins must register and pay at the front desk prior to the session.
- Payment is due at the time of registration.
- The sale of new punch cards for Freestyle, Drop-In Hockey and Stick and Puck has been discontinued. If you want to use a current punch card, you can pre-register through the front desk at 435.615.5707. Current punch cards can also be converted to credit which can be used online to register for sessions.
- Contact the front desk at least 24 hours in advance for cancellations. Fees will not be returned for no-shows.
- If a participant is not present at the start of the session, the spot may be given to another patron. Refunds will not be issued for no-shows, even if spot sells.
All users must have a current liability waiver on file. New waivers must be signed as of May 19, 2020 and are valid for one year. Patrons under 18 must have a parent or guardian complete the waiver for them. Patrons over 18 years of age must complete their own waiver.
Freestyle is a training session for figure skaters practicing various disciplines of figure skating. Skaters attending this session must be familiar with the skating rules and etiquette of freestyle sessions. Private lessons are permitted up to three skaters per coach. Freestyles may have up to 24 participants.
Sessions labeled “Freestyle with class” are a regular freestyle for those who register but share the ice with an organized class. The organized class is a program for which skaters need to pre-register, no drop-ins available.
Park City Figure Skating Professionals: https://www.parkcity.org/home/showdocument?id=15417
Youth Residents of Summit & Wasatch Counties: $7.50
Youth Non-Resident: $12
Season Pass is available for $4,750 and includes Freestyle, Public Skate, Off-Ice Classes and skate sharpening. Skaters must still register for sessions and programs based on availability. Season Pass holders can only register for sessions with available spots and are encouraged to pre-register.
We offer pick-up games as well as sessions to work on individual skills on your own or in a private lesson.
Drop-In Hockey is organized by age and sometimes ability.
Adult 13+: Anyone 13 years and older, regardless of skill level.
Adult 18+ : Anyone 18 years and older, regardless of skill level.
Family: Designed for adults and their children but open to all (not required to have parent/child).
Cross Ice - Family Drop-in: Designed for adults and their children to play cross ice games. This will allow for two different games to be played on the rink at one time.
Senior/Rookie: For anyone 45 years or older or with less than 2 years' experience. All players must be 18 years or older.
Coached: A coached session with play interrupted for coaching. Participants in "Coached Drop-In" must be 15 years and older. Participants for "Youth Coached Drop-In must be 14 years or younger.
Stick & Puck: A drop-in for all ages for the purpose of personal practice. No scrimmaging is permitted.
Hockey Lesson Ice: For private and semi-private hockey lessons.
Contact a Park City Hockey Coach, on staff at the Park City Ice Arena to coordinate Hockey Lesson Ice. Patrons need to book lessons directly with a coach AND pre-register for this session through the registration portal. Payment through the portal or front desk is for admission and lesson fees need to be paid directly to the coach. Only registering for this session online will coordinate a lesson with a coach.
Required equipment for all hockey programs includes:
- Hockey facemask for skaters under 18 years old
- Elbow pads
- Shin guards
- Shoulder pads for skaters under 18 years old
- Hockey pants for skaters under 18 years old
Drop-In Hockey: Goalies are free and there is a two goalie limit per drop in. Pre-registration is encouraged online under “Goalie Drop-In” or through the front desk.
Stick & Puck: Goalies should register as a participant under “Stick & Puck,” standard player fees apply.
Private lessons are permitted on Hockey Lesson Ice. Hockey Lesson Ice will be suspended during the peak season due to lack of ice. During the peak season, private lessons (up to 3 skaters) are permitted on regular Stick & Puck. Where lessons are allowed, coaches must be on staff at the Park City Ice Arena. See the link below for bios and contact information.
Park City Hockey Coaches: https://www.parkcity.org/home/showdocument?id=38699
For Hockey Lesson Ice Patrons need to book lessons directly with a coach AND pre-register for Lesson Ice-Hockey (or Stick & Puck during peak season) through the registration portal. Payment through the portal or front desk is for admission and lesson fees need to be paid directly to the coach. Only registering for this session online will coordinate a lesson with a coach.
Youth Residents of Summit & Wasatch Counties: $7.50
Youth Non-Resident: $12
Adult Residents of Summit & Wasatch Counties: $10.00
Adult Non-Resident: $14
For information on adult hockey leagues click HERE.
Public Skate: Participants skate around the ice arena to their favorite tunes. Private lessons are permitted on the session (up to 3 skaters per coach).
Public Skate w/Class: Public Skate sessions with a scheduled class or group (such as school group or camp).
Cosmic Skate: Public Skate session with the arena lights turned off and colored lights illuminated.
Cheap Skate: Public Skate session that is only 45 minutes long.
There is no pre-registration available for any public skate.
Public Skate/ Public Skate w/Class/ Cosmic Skate
Residents (6 years+) of Summit & Wasatch Counties: $6
Non-Resident: (6 years +): $10
Punch cards (10 sessions) are available for purchase and saves $0.50 per session.
Residents of Summit & Wasatch Counties: $6
Children 5 years and under are free (skate rental applies)
Skate Rental: $4
Skate Aid: $6
Youth (6-17 yrs): $200
Family (up to 4 members): $575
Additional family member: $50
- Skate rentals are available in hockey and figure skates. There is a $4 charge for skate rentals.
- Helmets are encouraged but not required. Complimentary helmets are available but patrons are encouraged to bring their own.
- The temperature of the arena is approximately 45 degrees. We recommend dressing in layers and for new, young skaters we recommend snow pants, jackets and gloves or mittens.
- Skate Aids are available to rent on a first come, first served basis for $6. Skate aids are ideal for use by beginning skaters age 3-9 to help maintain balance on the ice. Park City Ice Arena reserves the right to remove a skate aid for misuse and payment will not be refunded.