Ice Skating Rinks
The ice skating rinks listed below offer a safe way to celebrate the cold weather. Please call rinks before your visit to confirm hours, as outdoor skating rink schedules can change due to weather conditions.
Important Ice Safety Guidelines
- Never go on frozen waters.
- Parents and caregivers should make sure children are never unattended near ice.
- If you hear cracking, lie down immediately to try to distribute your weight.
- If you witness someone falling through ice, never attempt to make a rescue by yourself. Call 911 and notify the proper authorities. Be sure to give the exact location and an account of the incident.
|Abe Stark Rink||Coney Island Beach & Boardwalk|
Coney Island Boardwalk and West 19th Street
|(718) 946-6536 or (718) 946-3135||More Information|
|LeFrak Center at Lakeside||Prospect Park|
Near the Parkside & Ocean Avenue entrance
|(718) 462-0060||More Information|
|Lasker Rink||Central Park|
Entrance just south of park entrance at 110th Street & Lenox Avenue
|(917) 492-3856||More Information|
|The Rink at Bryant Park||Bryant Park|
Between 40th and 42nd streets & 5th
|(212) 661-6640||More Information|
|Wollman Rink||Central Park|
Central Park at 63rd Street
|(212) 439-6900||More Information|
|Van Cortlandt Park Ice Skating Rink||Van Cortlandt Park|
The Van Cortlandt Park Ice Skating Rink will not open for the 2014-2015 season.Broadway & West 242nd Street (at the tennis courts)
|(718) 432-1492||More Information|
|World Ice Arena||Flushing Meadows Corona Park|
Avery Avenue and 131 Street
|(646) 588-9302||More Information|
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History of Ice Skating in Parks
Watch an It’s My Park segment about Lasker Pool & Rink.
Watch an It’s My Park segment about Flushing Meadows Corona Park Pool & Rink.