No, our skate scooters are available on a first come, first serve basis and are for children 12 and younger.
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A 10 skate season pass is available for $50. Passes can be purchased at the GSP Ticket Shed during regular rink hours.
City of Greenville public restrooms are located on site, behind the water wall, for your convenience.
Hot chocolate and other seasonal treats are available for purchase at United Community Bank Ice on Main.
Once you turn your skates back in your Ice on Main session is complete. Please do not leave the rink area with your skates.
Yes, you may bring your own skates to United Community Bank Ice on Main and receive 50% off the admission pricing.
The ticket price is $10 per person. This includes skate rental.
Each ticket is good for session of skating. There is no time limit on your skate session but once you return your skates your session is complete.
We remain open in light to moderate rain but may close in heavy and sustained rain at the discretion of Ice Rink management. No refunds or rain checks will be issued for tickets purchased.
Skate sleds are available to rent free of charge during any public skating session.
Socks are required to rent skates. Socks are available for sale at the rink.
No, all of our skates are hockey skates, and all skates are in men’s sizing.
We do allow this however its suggest you need to have someone with you who will be able to push you. We do offer skate sleds, free of charge, for those with any physical limitations or disabilities.
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