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Skate sessions are limited to 30 skaters per each 1-hour skate session. In order to guarantee your spot, it is recommended to pre-purchase you skate session ticket online at www.iceonmain.com. Walk-ups will be allowed if there is space available.
In addition to limiting the capacity of the rink, all guests are asked to abide by the following COVID-19 safety precautions.
Hot chocolate and other seasonal treats are available for purchase at United Community Bank Ice on Main.
Skate sessions are limited to one hour. Once you turn your skates back in your Ice on Main session is complete. Please do not leave the rink area with your skates.
Yes, you may bring your own skates to United Community Bank Ice on Main but you will still have to purchase an Ice on Main skate session ticket.
If you don’t want to skate, we won’t make you! United Community Bank Ice on Main has plenty of places for you to watch your friends and family skate while enjoying a cup of hot chocolate.
In order to maintain safe capacity levels, only one (1) non-ticketed spectator will be allowed into the rink event site. Viewing space for additional spectators is available on the patio next to City Hall.
Large group discounts are available when an entire session is reserved during specified times.
To learn more about our large group discounts and how to reserve the entire rink, please visit RENT THE RINK.
The ticket price is $10 for adults, $8 for kids ages 3-12 and free for kids under 2. This includes skate rental.
Each ticket is good for a 1-hours session of skating.
In order to abide by current COVID safety regulations, ice rink capacity will be limited to 30 skaters per session.
United Community Bank Ice on Main accepts cash and credit cards. Due to limited admission, it is highly recommended to reserve your skate session online in order to guarantee your preferred skate time. Walk-ups will be allowed only if there is space available.
The smallest skate size is children's 9, and the largest adult size is Men's 13.
United Community Bank Ice on Main does not provide storage for personal belongings. Please plan for any needs.
We remain open in light to moderate rain but may close in heavy and sustained rain at the discretion of Ice Rink management. No refunds or rain checks will be issued for tickets purchased.
Ice skating is an outdoor activity. We advise patrons to dress warmly and for the weather. You should also wear socks if you plan to skate.
Face coverings are required for everyone over the age of 2 in all public areas around the rink. Masks are highly recommended but not required when on the actual ice.
There are several parking garages available downtown within walking distance from United Community Bank Ice on Main. Closest are the River Street Garage and Poinsett Garage.
Skate sleds are available to rent free of charge during any public skating session starting Wednesday, November 18.
Skate scooters are available on a first come, first serve basis and are for children 12 and younger. They are available for rent for $2 at the ticket shed.
Socks are required to rent skates. Socks are available for sale at the rink.
No, all of our skates are hockey skates, and all skates are in men’s sizing.
We do allow this however its suggest you need to have someone with you who will be able to push you. We do offer skate sleds, free of charge, for those with any physical limitations or disabilities.
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