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Ashburn Ice House - Two indoor National Hockey League-sized rinks are open for specific hours for public skating. Inquire about skating lessons, too. Skate rentals available.
Fairfax Ice Arena - Public skating and reserved group skating events are available. Inquire about skating lessons for beginners. Skate rentals available.
The Harris Pavilion Ice Rink - This popular attraction that typically hosts outdoor concerts and other entertainment goes icy as soon as the weather turns cold. Skate rentals are available on-site. Just minutes from Old Town Manassas.
Prince William Ice Center - Public skating is open for two hours daily in this indoor arena. Skate rentals are available on-site.
LaHaye Ice Center - This indoor facility offers skate rental and is open both days and evenings year 'round.
Downtown Richmond Ice Skating - Open from around Thanksgiving until the ice melts, Richmond's newest winter attraction is an 8,400-square-foot outdoor skating rink. Skate rentals are available.
Richmond Ice Zone - An indoor facility open year 'round, Richmond Ice Zone offers public skating, parties, lessons, and more. Skate rentals available.
Wintergreen Resort's Shamokin Ice - A 45x90' ice rink at Wintergreen Resort, Shamokin Ice is an outdoor area open for the winter season with various skate times. Purchase a ticket for a 90-minute session, and feel free to rent your skates on-site.
Chilled Ponds Ice and Turf Sports Complex - A 90,000-square-foot indoor rink, Chilled Ponds offers daily public skating, parties, and more. Learn to skate, play hockey, and become a pro on the ice.
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