Whether it’s winter or summer, ice skating in Orlando happens all year round! Even though Orlando is a warm place, that doesn’t mean we don’t want to participate in cooler activities!

Many of us are always looking for ways to spend time with our families. We may not get snow due to our hot climate, but we have ice… indoors! Ice Skating in Orlando is a great way for locals and visitors to get some ice-cold fun!

Below check out where to go ice skating in Orlando!

Ice Skating in Orlando

1. RDV Sportsplex 

8701 Maitland Summit Blvd, Orlando, FL 32810 | 407-916-2550

Weekday public skate admission plus rental: $14 per person

Weekend public skate admission plus rental: $17 per person

*Children and adults have the same pricing. 

Ages 3 and up are welcome to skate. 


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The RDV Sportsplex is a sports complex. So, this means there is more than just the ice den at this location including a fitness center. Located inside near the ice den are a skate shop and concession stand. Besides being a part of the recreational sports and athletic club, the RDV Sportsplex offers public skating, learn-to-skate sessions, hockey, and figure skating. Additionally, if you are interested in hosting group parties here, they do that too!


2. The Ice Factory of Central Florida 

2221 Partin Settlement Rd, Kissimmee, FL 34744 | 407-933-4259

Main Rink Public Skating Cost: $13 per person

Skate Rental: $4 per person

Rent a Bobby Sled: $10 per sled

At the Ice Factory of Central Florida, skaters can skate on an NHL-size rink or a smaller rink. Here they offer public skating, birthday parties, skate classes, hockey programs for both kids and adults, and curling. The Ice Factory of Central Florida offers to help tie your skate laces and provides free loaner helmets, and free bucket skate aids. Additionally, for parents who may not want to wear skates but still want to help their children across the ice, there are rental ice spikes available. These ice spikes cost the same as skate rentals to help you walk your kids safely along the ice as they learn to use skates.


3. Daytona Ice Arena

2400 S Ridgewood Ave #63d, South Daytona, FL 32119 | 386-256-3963

General Admission: $9 per person

Youth 5 and under: $5 per child

Skate Rental: $4 per person

Ice Scooter Rental: $6 per scooter 

Daytona Ice Arena has an NHL-size rink, enjoy concessions at the Thaw Zone Café overlooking the rink and an alternate view of the ice at Celly’s Sports Pub. This facility offers public skating, swamp rabbits travel hockey, learn-to-skate sessions, learn-to-play hockey for kids and adults, and group events.


4. Funtania 

6802 Grand National Dr SUITE #6845, Orlando, FL 32819 | 407-378-6882

Cost to Skate: $10 per person (price includes skate rental) 

More pricing options are available if you are interested in their other attractions.

Funtania Orlando is a family-orientated indoor family center. This center of fun is divided into 8 sections that offer a synthetic ice skating rink, bumper cars, different forms of escape rooms, VR rides, a bounce house, kids play structure, and much more!


5. Space Coast Iceplex

720 Roy Wall Blvd, Rockledge, FL 32955 | 321-504-7500

Cost to skate*: $12 plus skate rental per person 

*Saturday Nights: $12 + mandatory skate rental of $3

Skate Rentals: $3

Skate Aid Rental: $4

Check out their website for kid’s rates and other discounts.

Located near Cocoa Beach and the Kennedy Space Center is the Space Coast Iceplex. Here they offer an Olympic size ice surface, a fitness center and dance studio, a pro shop, a snack bar, a sports bar, and multi-use party rooms. Not to mention, Space Coast Iceplex has a top-of-the-line skate academy, youth hockey, travel hockey, adult hockey, and sled hockey.


6. AdventHealth Center Ice

3173 Cypress Ridge Blvd., Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 | 813-803-7372

Cost to Skate: $10 per session (usually an hour long) 

Skate Rental: $7 per person 

Skate Aid: $7 per skate-aid 

Event pricing: differs depending on the event 


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AdventHealth Center Ice has the reputation of being the largest ice facility in the Southeast. This facility houses five rinks which include three NHL ice rinks, one Olympic standard ice rink, and one mini-rink. Besides the multitude of rinks, there is a prop shop, full-service restaurant, concession stand, skate center, fitness center, indoor sprint track, and more! At AdventHealth Center Ice they offer public skating, learn-to-skate programs, hockey programs, figure skating programs, curling, and much more! 

From November 19, 2022, to January 9, 2022, there will be Winter Wonderland at AdventHealth Center Ice. Winter Wonderland at this rink means there will be several themed public skating events where games and other activities will be held during the holiday season.


Seasonal Ice Skating in Orlando

1. Light Up UCF

12777 Gemini Blvd N, Orlando | 407-823-6062 

**It will not be held this year (2022)

Usually, Light Up UCF is a holiday event that takes place over multiple weeks during the holiday season. Located at UCF, there would be carnival rides, food, drink, and the infamous ice skating rink! 


2. Now Snowing In Celebration

701 Front Street, Celebration | 321-662-1018 

Cost to Skate: $15 for 30 minutes per person

Hours:  4:00 pm-10:00 pm Nightly November 26 -December 31

Now Snowing In Celebration is a month-long event taking place in Celebration, FL. During this event, there are carolers, photo opportunities with Santa, horse-drawn carriage rides, ice skating, and more! The ice skating offered at this event is on a synthetic ice rink. 


3. SeaWorld Public Skating

Cost to Skate*: $15 per person including rental skates. You must have valid park admission to enter as well.


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During SeaWorld’s Winter Wonderland Celebration, they offer guests the opportunity to ice skate, at an additional cost to their park admission of course. Nonetheless, this is a fun and unique activity as it is outdoor ice skating in Florida! To participate, you will need to have liability waivers signed, be over the age of 3, and fit into their skates. Guests are not permitted to bring their own skates into the park, which is understandable.



  • What should I wear to go ice skating? 

Since ice skating is in a cold rink, you should wear long sleeves or a sweater, jeans or pants, long socks, a heavy jacket, and possibly gloves too. The long socks will not only keep your feet warm but protect your ankles from being sore from the skates. You can wear elbow pads and knee pads if you tend to fall to protect yourself from being hurt by the ice. 

  • Is there outdoor ice skating in Florida? 

Short answer, yes. However, it is not natural ice like the northern states. The outdoor ice skating that is offered here is with synthetic ice.

  • What is synthetic ice? 

Synthetic ice is like giant puzzle pieces that interlock together. It is made of a type of polymer that is made to be used like real ice minus the Zamboni. So, you can glide on synthetic ice with metal skates with no problem!

  • Will there be a Light Up UCF this year? 

For December 2022, sadly no. Light Up UCF is canceled for 2022.  


Final Thoughts

Ice skating is a fun way to spend time with those you care about and can be a unique experience here in Orlando. Where is your favorite place to go ice skating in Orlando? Let us know in the comments below! Enjoy!


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