Ice Skating Rinks and Rollerskating in LLOYDMINSTER with kids

Better get your skates on….literally!

Skating - whether roller skating or ice skating - is a super fun experience for the whole family, so when in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan why not give it a go!

No matter what experience level you are on skates, there are plenty of places to go with kids in Saskatchewan where you can try out these very cool sports. You can learn the basics and take lessons, or improve the techniques you already have!

Many of the rinks are indoors too, so no matter what the weather the whole family can still enjoy them!

Skating is a great experience with children, because not only are they having a great time, but they are keeping active too.

So what are you waiting for?! You’re in Saskatchewan…so let’s ALL get our skates on!

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