Ice skating rinks & equipment offered at resorts, ski areas, sports centers

Vermont’s winter air and scenery are hard to beat. But the experience is enhanced when you slip on a pair of skates and step out on the ice on a pond, a lake, or an indoor/outdoor rink especially prepared for you. You can skate forever here on the longest skating trail in the U.S. Take to smaller rinks for some relaxed skating or pick up hockey games. Look for skating centers through the Green Mountain State, where skating venues abound and equipment is available to rent or purchase. Kids love skating when they learn early, and, remember, it’s a romantic sport, too.

Ice Skating in Vermont
Frozen Lake Fun - Lake Morey Resort - Fairlee, VT
Lake Morey Resort

82 Clubhouse Road Fairlee, VT, 05045 Phone: 802-333-4311 Toll-Free: 800-423-1211

Skate along the shore of a pristine lake, then take to the pool or sauna at this resort

Why choose a skating rink when, instead, you can skate around a pristine lake? The Lake Morey Resort, nestled in the Vermont hills above the Connecticut River, features a 4.3-mile ice skating trail, the longest in the United States, that skirts the shores of Lake Morey. (Imagine the panoramic views as you skate along.) You can rent skates and skating accessories in the resort’s Morey Room, and you can check the website for regular ice reports. When you get back from your skating adventure in the fresh air so unique to Vermont, enjoy a bite and a brew in the Steamboat Pub, a soak in the indoor pool or a session in the sauna. The lake is also ideal for pond hockey.