Ice skating in summer? Cool off at the Waterville Valley Ice Arena.

Hiking, biking, horseback riding, and ice skating? Thanks to the indoor nature of the Waterville Valley Ice Arena, you can cool off this summer on a pair of skates. Indoor ice skating is a great alternative to outdoor activities on hot or rainy days.

Things to Do

The Ice Arena hosts regular public skating sessions as well as stick and puck sessions. Skate rentals and skate sharpening services are available. The arena also hosts youth hockey leagues and events. You can even rent the arena for private events!

Children aged four and under are admitted free of charge, and the WVRA Freedom Pass includes one free public skate admission per day.

How to Get There

The Waterville Valley Ice Arena is located next to Town Square, providing numerous shopping opportunities while you’re there. Town Square is less than half a mile from Valley Inn, making the Ice Arena a short seven minute walk away.

The Ice Arena’s summer season begins July 27, 2018.

Book your stay at the Valley Inn today for convenient access to the Waterville Valley Ice Arena and much more.

Local Spotlight: Out Back Kayak

Enjoy the beautiful summer weather in Waterville Valley from the cockpit of a kayak! Or, if four wheeling is more to your liking, Out Back Kayak also offers ATV rentals and tours.

What are guests saying about Out Back Kayak?

“ATV Tour – Thank you Butch and Kelly for a great time! We took our teens for the first time, got muddy, saw beautiful views, including 2 bald eagles! We will be back for sure!”

– Lindsey B.

“Our guide is super knowledgeable. He showed us all the fun: winding path in the woods, along the river bed, or on the old trail track.”

– Guest from Boston, Massachusetts

Out Back Kayak is located in Lincoln, New Hampshire, just a ten minute drive from Valley Inn. Book your stay and hit the water today!

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