Chilled Ponds Skating

Chesapeake, VA

Where are we going?

Chilled Ponds Skating
1416 Stephanie Way
Chesapeake
VA 23320
USA

757 420-4488

What is there to do?

Get those skates on kids, we're off to Chilled Ponds!

Chilled Ponds is a very COOL (literally!) indoor skating facility, where the whole family can enjoy some time out on the ice. It's a great way to spend time together, and it keeps kids active, which is so important!

Chilled Ponds has a number of activities that you can enjoy, whether you're a complete novice, or a seasoned pro with some pretty cool tricks up your sleeve.

If you want to have a go at ice skating, then the public sessions are perfect for you! They have different session times across the year, so you can always find one that suits. What better way to spend the day than to skating to super cool music?

For those who are a little nervous about getting on the ice, or those who want to improve their already awesome skills, then check out Chilled Ponds "Learn To Skate" lessons. They even have lessons for home schoolers, as well as lessons for little ones even as young as three, to get used to the ice.

Keep an eye out for the fun themed nights you can enjo, including Glow in the Dark Friday Night skating!

And if skating wasn't enough for you, check out the hockey at Chilled Ponds. From lessons, to youth leagues, it's a great sport where kids can learn a new skill, make new friends, and even compete!

So kids, next time your parents say "get your skates on", you just might be going to Chilled Ponds!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $10 public skating

Children: $8 public skating (Under 7 years)

Discount: $80 for 10 public sessions punch card

LAST UPDATED 2016

Need a little extra help?

You can pick up a walker, which is a skating aid for beginners or kiddies, for $20 with a refundable deposit.

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When can we go?

Public sessions time vary so check before you go

All year round

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Any top tips?

Make sure you wear loose, warm fitting or flexible clothing, and gloves help the little ones. Keep hair tied back, and wear above the ankle socks. Helmets are a good idea too!

I’m Hungry!

It's worth grabbing lunch in the nearby area before or after your session.

Healthy Eating

You can't eat or drink on the ice, but its worth keeping healthy snacks and bottled water in your bag as ice skating can use up a LOT of energy!

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