Longmont Ice Pavilion
725 8th Ave
Main Phone: (303) 774-4777
Alt Phone: (303) 651-8404
***Skate with Santa***
Ice Skate with Santa from 2-4pm Sunday, Dec. 15. Enjoy holiday music while you skate with Santa Claus! Public skating is open from 1:30-6pm with Santa being present from 2-4pm. Regular admission and skate rental fees apply.
Longmont Recreation Services' Longmont Ice Pavilion is a seasonal full service ice facility, offering public ice skating, hockey, skating lessons and party facilities throughout the winter, weather permitting. Come enjoy the ice, get some exercise and have a great time in the facility.
Public Skating begins Nov. 11 for the 2019-20 season.
Puck O' Irish Tournament
The annual Puck o’ the Irish hockey tournament is scheduled March 12-15, and the public is invited to watch a fun, long weekend of fast-paced 4-on-4 hockey. No entrance fee for spectators during the tournament. Call 303-774-4777 for more information.
Register for Learn-to-Skate and Hockey
Registration is now open for Learn-to-Skate and Hockey classes/leagues. Click here to download a printable Ice Pavilion brochure. To register for a class or youth hockey league, visit our online registration system (keyword ice or hockey) or call 303-651-8404. The annual Puck o' the Irish Adult Tournament is March 12-15, 2020.
Daily Admission Fees. Optional skate rental is $3.50.
Regular Season, 2019-2020 Schedule (click here to view a PDF version of the 2019-2020 Ice Season)
Thanksgiving Break Schedule (click here to view a PDF version of the Thanksgiving Week Break Schedule)
Winterbreak Schedule (click here to view a PDF version of the Winterbreak Schedule)
Public Skating Schedules:The Longmont Ice Pavilion offers an extensive schedule for public skating.
Drop-in Hockey Schedules:The Longmont Ice Pavilion provides drop-in hockey times for adults and youths throughout the week.
Youth Hockey Program: The Longmont Ice Pavilion offers a USA Hockey In-House hockey program for skaters ages 5-18.
Learn-to-Skate Program: The Longmont Ice Pavilion’s Learn-to-Skate program uses the industry standard United States Figure Skating Basic Skills Program for individuals ages 4 through adult.