Top Five Places to Go Outdoor Ice Skating in Colorado

After an unseasonably warm fall in Colorado, the chilly weather is ushering in a plethora of wintertime activities for you to enjoy such as one of the holiday favorites — ice skating. Whether you’re a pure ice skater who glides and flits across the ice or someone who’s hanging on to the railing with every small, slippery measure, it’s time to lace up and hit the ice hockey here in Colorado. We’ve rounded up the top five greatest locations for outdoor ice skating which features everything from frozen-over lakes with Christmas tree centerpieces to ice rinks Situated in heart of Denver with tons of shopping and food alternatives for you to select from.

Downtown Denver Ice Rink in Skyline Park
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Skating Evergreen Lake via Facebook

When: Tentative opening date is December 15. Always check the ice report on Evergreen recreation’s website before going.

Where: Evergreen Lake, 29612 Upper Bear Creek Rd, Evergreen

Cost: Including your skate rental, $6 for children (18 and under) and $7 for adults. 

The Lowdown: Did you know that Evergreen Lake is home to the world’s largest Zamboni-groomed outdoor ice skating rink? Surrounded by stunning scenery and more than 8.5 acres of skating area, Evergreen Lake is one of the best places for new and experienced skaters alike. The lake also offers plenty of activities such as private skate parties, skating lessons and pond hockey. Check out our full article to find out more about what this Colorado gem has to offer.

Keystone Lake

Photo courtesy of The Rink in Belmar Google Photos page.

When: November 15 – January 17.  Sunday – Thursday, 11 a.m. – 9 p.m., Friday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Where: The Belmar, 439 S Teller St, Lakewood

Cost: $5 admission if you bring your own skates. $7.50 for kids (12 and under), and $9.50 for adults.

The Lowdown: Back for the 14th season in a row, The Rink in Belmar offers 7,000 square feet for all you to slip and slip on. Additionally, it has lots of holiday entertaining synchronized skating performances and lined up this winter such as a nasty sweater party. Whether it’s s a date night or any wholesome family fun, the Belmar offers a lot of shopping and food alternatives for you when you s want.

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