Public Skating

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Fridays 1:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Sundays 11:00 am - 3:30 pm 

Hommocks Park Ice Rink is now open for the season. If you click on the link below you can purchase a great deal on ice skating through Groupon for a limited time only!! ​

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Daily Admissions Fees

Member General Public
Discount Resident ID Card
Adult (12 & Older)
Child (Under 12)
                $7.50              $6
Senior Citizen
                $6.50              $5.25
Skate Rental
                $4.50              $3.50
Groups (Minimum 12)
                $6.25              $6
Group Skate Rental
                $3.50              $3
Discount Card 12 Sessions - General Public
12 Sessions - Discount Resident I.D. Card
Adult (12 & older)                                      $85                       $65
Child (under 12)                                      $75                       $60
Senior Citizen                                      $65                       $52.50
Skate Rental                                      $45                       $35
Season Passes General Public Discount Resident I.D. Card
Adult (12 & older)  $240      $180
Child (under 12)  $200      $145
Family (parents & children under 23
who reside in the same household)
 $490      $390
High School/College Hockey Game General Public Discount Resident I.D. Card
Adult $5    $5
Student/Child $4    $4

Town of Mamaroneck Resident Skate Permit Fees

  • Individual I.D. Card: $20
  • Family I.D. Card: $30

Hommocks Ice Rink Application

Resident Admission Discounts

Resident discounted rink admissions are available to all valid pool and tennis permit holders. Residents who do not utilize those facilities may obtain a Resident Rink Identification Card available for $20 per person or $30 per family. Valid passes must be presented to the cashier at time of admission.

Helpful Skating Hints

  • Although our spectator area is heated, you’ll want to dress warmly when you come ice skating. Snow pants and gloves on little ones are a good idea. It’s always better to dress in layers so you may take off a layer or two if needed.
  • Selecting the proper skate size is very important. Your skates should be approximately one-half size smaller than your shoe size. You want your skates to be snug, but not so tight that it’s uncomfortable. You should be able to wiggle your toes. Lace your skates tightly, starting at the bottom and lacing to the top, not skipping any eyelets.
  • We hope these suggestions will help make your visit a very pleasant one and you’ll come back to see us again.