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Georgians—don’t let the chilly weather get you down. While winter brings about some stressful times—more traffic, holiday shopping, scraping ice off your windshield—there are other wonderful things that it brings about as well. For example, you can go rooftop skating in Georgia, complete with s’more stations and igloo rentals. That’s right, we said igloos.

Visit the Skate the Sky website or Skyline Park Atlanta Facebook page for more information about ice skating and igloos, including rates and hours open. Visit The Roof at Ponce City Market for details on other exciting adventures there.

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Rooftop Ice Skating In Georgia

Where else can I go ice skating in Georgia during the winter?

There are many places to go ice skating in Georgia, mostly in the greater Atlanta area, such as at the Park Tavern Fire and Ice Rink in Atlanta, where you can enjoy a delicious meal, warm up around the firepits available, play games, and enjoy beautiful holiday decor as well as skate. Some other areas of the state where you can go ice skating include Augusta and Columbus.

What are the best ice rinks in Georgia?

Some of the best ice rinks in Georgia include:

  • The Forum River Center in Rome 
  • The Center Ice Arena in Sandy Springs
  • Ice Days at Legion Field in Covington
  • The Macon Centerplex
  • The Ice in Cumming
  • The Atlanta Ice House in Marietta. 


Where are some other outdoor ice rinks in Georgia?

Some other outdoor ice rinks in Georgia that are worth exploring are Have an Ice Day in Sugar Hill, the Atlantic Station in Atlanta, which is the biggest in the state at 10,000 square feet and has snack foods available near the rink, and Avalon on Ice in Alpharetta, which is a rink inspired by New York’s Rockefeller Center with 500,000 square feet of retail space to get some holiday shopping in before or after skating, plus a 12-screen movie theater. It also offers specialty skating sessions, including private lessons and even skate school!