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The Easton Winter Village Skating Rink

The Easton Winter Village Skating Rink

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Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays

Nov. 18 – Dec. 18, 2022

During your visit to the Easton Winter Village, enjoy the seasonal tradition of skating with your friends, family and loved ones. Our large synthetic surface provides the perfect setting for special moments, holiday memories and shareworthy pictures. The Skating Rink is sponsored by The Commodore.

Fees & Info

EASTON RESIDENT

Free Skate Admission
Free for City of Easton Residents – 18042 ZIP code
(valid proof of residency required)

  • Tickets do not include rental skates. Skate rental will be done onsite for $5 per person. Skate sizes range from Littles to adult.
  • Skating sessions are 45 minutes long.
  • You are allowed to bring your own skates if you own them.
  • Walk-ups are accepted

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NON-RESIDENT

Skate Admission & Skate Rental Fees
$5 per person

  • Tickets do not include rental skates. Skate rental will be done onsite for $5 per person. Skate sizes range from Littles to adult.
  • Skating sessions are 45 minutes long.
  • You are allowed to bring your own skates if you own them.
  • Walk-ups are accepted

Buy Tickets

Weather Cancellations

In the event of inclement weather, ice skating may be cancelled. When and if that happens, guests who pre-purchased tickets will be notified of the cancellation via email, and will automatically receive a refund through Purple Pass or schedule for another date.

Additional Event Information

Public Safety:

ASSUMPTION OF RISK: By engaging in skating, skaters and spectators are deemed to have knowledge of and assume the inherent risks of skating which include but are not limited to the following

  • Injuries that result from collisions or contact with other skaters or individuals who are on the skating surface which may lead to injuries, concussion or death.
  • Injuries that result from falls.
  • Injuries that involve objects or artificial structures that is within the intended path of travel or skater.

Rules and Regulations:

  • Wristband must be visible at all times
  • No food or beverage (including gum and candy) permitted on the rink or in the seating area
  • No skating that endangers or interferes with the safety or pleasures of others
  • No sitting or climbing over the rink fencing
  • No excessive speed or weaving through other skaters
  • Do not carry children while on the rink surface
  • Keep moving in the same direction at all times
  • No sitting or leaning on the rink perimeter
  • Persons who appear to be intoxicated are not allowed on the rink
  • No shoes on allowed on the rink only skates
  • Skate helpers are first come first served
  • No instigating or becoming involved in any type of altercation with any other skater or spectator and shall not engage in abusive, abrasive, or disorderly conduct

Anyone observed breaking the rules will be asked to leave the Easton Winter Village Skating Rink and will not be entitled to a refund. The Easton Winter Village is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

 

Parking Info:​

  • From November 26 through December 18 enjoy FREE PARKING at parking meters on Saturdays and Sundays only.
  • (Promotion does NOT apply to parking garages.)
  • Both downtown parking garages are 50 cents an hour after 5 pm.
  • Regular hourly rates charged from 5 am – 5 pm.
  • Go HERE for parking information.

 

Five fun facts about the”ice” skating rink at the Winter Village in Historic Easton

  1. The rink surface is synthetic and mimics skating on real ice. It’s made by a company in Minnesota called KwikRink Synthetic Ice. Synthetic rinks are often used at special season events like the Winter Village, and in the home rinks of professional figure skaters and hockey players.​
  2. Using a synthetic material means that the rink can be used in any temperature since it doesn’t need to stay frozen. Otherwise there would be no skating with 50+ degree temps in PA! It also means that we don’t need to use a Zamboni to refinish it like they do at the “real” ice rinks.​
  3. Even though it’s not “real” ice, we still refer to it as ice skating since there’s not a better term or phrase to describe it that everyone would understand. The experience is more like “gliding” than traditional ice skating. It takes a moment to get the feel for it, but once you do, you’re off and skating!​
  4. Skating is free for city residents and $5 per person for non-residents. Skate rental is $5 for everybody.​
  5. Skating capacity is limited so you need to reserve a timed ticket online in advance. Many days sell out in advance, so be sure to book EARLY!