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
Ice Skating - Mountain Top Inn & Resort - Chittenden, VT
Mountain Top Resort

195 Mountain Top Road Chittenden, VT, 05737 Phone: 802-483-2311

Delightful options for lodging, dining, on-site activities at classic mountain inn

Classic lodge suites with lake views, cabins for two with wood-burning fireplaces, elegant guest houses with gourmet kitchens and hot tubs: Your type of lodging is just one of the many wonderful choices at the Mountain Top Resort. You can also choose from a variety of activities: kayaking or paddle boarding on the pristine lake in the summer, skiing or snowshoeing on 40 miles of trails in the winter, hiking in the woods and across meadows in the spring and fall. Relax in the resort pool, get a massage or facial in the spa, play tennis or volleyball, go horseback riding, dine on a mountain-view patio or in a rustic tavern. Ask about horse-drawn sleigh ride and ski-and-stay packages.
Frozen Lake Fun - Lake Morey Resort - Fairlee, VT
Lake Morey Resort

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

A day of ice skating followed by a sauna? At this resort, you can say ‘Yes, please!’

What’s the only thing better than ice skating on a crisp winter day in the gorgeous Green Mountains of Vermont? It might just be ice skating at a lake resort where hot beverages, a sauna and a fire pit wait for you! At the Lake Morey Resort, nestled in the Vermont hills, skaters can glide along a 4.5-mile trail, or strap on their blades for a game of pond hockey, then adjourn to the inn’s health club with its sauna and indoor heated pool. Or grab a bite at the Lakeside dining room or Steamboat Lounge, both with great food and lake views, before closing out your day around a fire pit. Skating is one of over 25 activities on this resort’s more than 100-acre grounds.
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