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The Ice Rink at Grand Sierra Resort

The Ice Rink is located on the Spa level. Use the Pool entrance. It's an outdoor rink of 8,000 square feet. It is open to everyone, not just hotel guests. The Ice Rink is scheduled to be open through late winter 2021 - 2022 (Feb. 28, 2022).

The cost, with skate rental, is $16 per person per one hour session. If you have your own skates, it's $10 per person per session. A season pass for $275 includes skate rental and access to all sessions. There are 5 sessions per day and an extra session on Fridays and Saturdays. You can book your session online by visiting the website. You can reserve a fire pit and arrange large group reservations by email at or by balling (775) 501-0096.

For more information, go to the website and see the Frequently Asked Questions.

Reno Ice

This facility is new to Reno (opened January, 2021) and officially known at the Jennifer M. O'Neal Community Ice Arena. It is a year-round, indoor facility that includes food concessions, skate sharpening, skate rentals, and a pro shop. Reno Ice hosts many programs and events such as youth and adult hockey and figure skating programs, public skating, private lessons for figure skating and hockey, school field trips, homeschool skating programs, birthday parties, sled hockey, Reno Hockey Academy, and more to come.

Public skating requires that you create an online account. Once that is done, you can review the public skate schedule and reserve your skating times. Skating sessions are 1.5 hours. There are no walk-ins and all sales are final and not transferable. Admission for all ages is $10 per person. If you need a skate rental, it's $4 per person.

Reno Ice is located in south Reno at 15500 Wedge Parkway, next to the South Valley Library and South Valleys Regional Sports Complex. The info phone is (775) 636-6900.

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