Check out this list of places to enjoy outdoor ice skating in Westchester. Don't forget to bring your skates!
The following lists Westchester County Parks that offer outdoor skating— open only when weather conditions are safe. Once the ice is deemed safe for skating, the lake or pond will be officially opened for winter skating. Ice is checked daily at all locations for safety and conditions. When the white flag with the green ball or sign is posted indicating safe conditions, ice skating is permitted seven days a week during daylight hours. Skating season has no official end date and will end once mother nature has decided it is time.
No skate rentals are available so plan to bring your own. Free!
For your own safety, always check conditions before heading out to the park. For more information call (914) 864-PARK.
Sal J. Prezioso Mountain Lakes Park
201 Hawley Road, North Salem, NY
Tibbetts Brook Park
355 Midland Avenue, Yonkers, NY
Twin Lakes Park
California Road, Eastchester, NY
Route 128, Armonk, NY
East Lincoln Avenue, Mount Vernon, NY
Bedford Hills Park
60 Haines Road, Bedford Hills, NY
The Woodlands Lake section of V.E. Macy Park
914 New York 9A, Ardsley, NY
Additional Outdoor Skating Venues
Open through Thu Dec 24th
Cross County Center, 8000 Mall Walk, Yonkers, NY
Starting November 27th, families can skate at the Pop-Up Holiday Ice Skating Rink. Guests will be limited per skate session and are required to wear masks. Admission is $10 per person (ages 5 and up) and includes skate rentals and a one-hour session.
Ice Skating at Bear Mountain Outdoor Ice Rink
Open through Sun Mar 7th 2021
Bear Mountain Ice Rink, 3006 Seven Lakes Drive, Tomkins Cove, NY
Enjoy the beautiful scenery of Bear Mountain as you skate in the great outdoors. Rentals available. $10 to park on weekends and holidays, $5 for admission (children 4 and under are free) and $5 for skate rentals.