Ice Skating in the Inland Empire 2020

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We may live in Southern California, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a few outdoor Ice Skating rinks in the wider Inland Empire area and beyond.

Our top picks for Ice Skating are situated all over the Inland Empire.  A great place to bring the whole family for a few hours of Winter fun! And don’t forget to check out our entire Holiday Guide here!

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Ice Skating In The Inland Empire

40275 Calle Contento
92591 Temecula
November 23rd – Jan. 10th
$15 for Adults
$11 for Kids 5 years and under
ADMISSION INCLUDES A PAIR OF SKATES
28950 California 18
Skyforest, CA 92385

This rink changes through the seasons, offering ice skating in the winter and roller skating in the summer.
Day Passes to Santa’s Village are $39 for adults and $24 for kids. See website for details on what the pass includes.

And if you’re looking to do some indoor skating check out these places!

4325 Prado Rd.
#102 Corona, CA 92880
10540 Magnolia Avenue
Riverside, CA 92505
201 S Plum Ave
Ontario, CA 91761
1225 West Holt Boulevard
Ontario, CA 91762

Is your favorite place for ice skating in the Inland Empire listed?  If not, let us know!  We’d love to include it.