Ice Rink @ Sugar Hill


Q: Where is the Ice Rink at Sugar Hill located?

A: The Ice Rink is located behind Sugar Hill City Hall, 5039 West Broad Street, Sugar Hill, GA 30518.


Q: When will the Ice Rink at Sugar Hill open?

A: The rink opens Saturday, November 11, 2016 and will close for the season on Sunday, February 19, 2017.


Q: How do we buy skate tickets for General Admission?

A: General Admission skating is on a first-come, first-serve basis. You may buy tickets at the gate.


Q: How much are tickets?

A: Adult Admission – $12.00, Child or Kid Admission  – $10.00


Q: What does the cost of a ticket include?

A: Tickets must be purchased for each individual who wants to skate. Each ticket allows for 120 minutes of skating.


Q: Does the ice rink take credit cards?

A: Yes, all major credit/debit cards are accepted.


Q: What are the Rinks hours of operation?

A: All dates and times vary and are subject to change. Please visit the calendar on our website for the time and date you would like to skate.


Q: Will there be food and beverages available at the rink?

A: Yes, concessions will be available to our patrons and open daily.


Q: Can I bring my own food and drinks to the ice rink?

A: No, unfortunately no outside food or drinks will be permitted.


Q: Will you have a skate trainer available?

A: Yes, beginners skate trainers are FREE and available on a first come, first serve basis.


Q: How large is the ice rink?

A: The real ice rink is 120′ by 56’, complete with a covered tent, and other rink amenities.


Q: Do you offer private party reservations?

A: Please contact Scott Andrews at for a price quote and scheduling.


Q: Can we have our child’s birthday party at the rink?

A: Please contact Scott Andrews at for a price quote and scheduling.


Q: Can I bring my own skates?

A: Yes, you may bring your own ice skates.


Q: Can children skate alone?

A: Children under the age of 12 should be accompanied by an adult.


Q: Is speed skating allowed?

A: No speed skating is allowed!


Have Fun and Enjoy the Sweet Life of Sugar Hill!