In Oregon, we appreciate refreshing physical activity and the winter weather doesn’t slow us down. Whether it’s a glistening outdoor winter village or a professional-size arena, here are the 10 best ice skating rinks in Oregon.
The Sherwood Ice Arena is a premier skating and hockey facility with adult skating, adult hockey leagues, and figure skating. They also offer birthday party packages and open public times. Looking to increase your skills? Sign up for private lessons with a professionally-licensed coach.
Home to the Eugene Jr. Generals Youth Hockey Program, Lane Amateur Hockey Association, the Eugene Figure Skating Club, and more, the Rink Exchange provides excellent skating opportunities to the people of Eugene, Oregon. They offer intro to hockey and Learn-To-Skate programs, along with a hockey academy for adults.
The Lloyd Center Ice Rink in Portland, Oregon, is part of the greater Lloyd Center shopping mall in Portland, Oregon. Take a break from shopping for an hour of skating bliss. Take advantage of their group lessons, group rates, and birthday party rates.
The Ashland Rotary Centennial Ice Rink, an outdoor rink, is open through February. The city of Ashland invites you to “the little outdoor rink in beautiful Lithia Park, where the air is fresh, the white lights are twinkling and the music blends with the sounds of nature and blades on the ice.” We’re sold.
Since the early 1900s, the people of Klamath Falls have enjoyed outdoor ice skating. The Community Ice Arena continues that century-old tradition with figure skating, hockey, and other winter sports opportunities.
The Winter Village at Jerry Willey Plaza at Oregon Station (say that three times fast!) offers an open-air ice skating experience unlike any other in the area. The outdoor rink offers affordable admission and skate rentals. Check their website for an updated calendar of events.
Save on skating when you purchase a season pass or 10-pack for the Salem Ice Rink. Whether you want to reserve the ice for a corporate private event, a birthday party, or simply want to get your skate on, Salem on Ice provides a beautiful opportunity to do so.
The Pavilion is part of Bend, Oregon’s Parks and Recreation department. They have holiday and special hours with unique programming opportunities. Check out their website for a total winter schedule.
The Winterhawks Skating Center has been the home to the Portland Winterhawks since 1965. They are open to the public for recreational leagues, clinics, skating lessons, figure skating, and competitions.
The RRRink in Medford, Oregon, provides affordable general admission tickets for open skating. They also have skate helpers available for a small fee for those that aren’t too comfortable yet on the ice.