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Club Ice

Club ICE FREESTYLE vs. RINK Freestyle vs. Public Skate

Please see the comparison table below for details.


Club Ice is reserved and purchased by the Figure Skating Club of Park City.  The purpose of Club Ice is to give our skaters more desirable practice times.  If we don't reserve these times and pre-purchase the ice, it will be purchased by other ice sports.  Club Ice can be purchased by FSCPC members in a package or punch card.

  1. Club Ice Package
    • Enrolls a skater into a weekly 30 minute session and guarantees the skater a spot in that session every week.
    • If a skater is more than 5 minutes late to their session, they must contact the ice monitor to keep their spot reserved.
    • Skaters may not get on the ice before their session starts.
    • Club Ice sessions can fill up; for safety reasons we have a 25* skater limit. 
  2. Club Ice Punch Card
    • Allows a skater to drop-in on any 30 minute Club Ice session with fewer than 25* skaters.
    • Space in a session is not guaranteed.  Spots are first come first serve. 
    • Unused punches do not expire.
    • Punch cards are not refundable, but may be transferred to members within the same family. 
    • Punches will be tracked by an ice monitor.
    • Contact the Club Ice monitor, NOT the ice arena, to see if a Club Ice session is full.

*If a skater WITH a scheduled lesson does not get into a Club Ice session due to full capacity, that skater may use a punch and be on the ice for the duration of their lesson.  When their lesson is over, they must leave the ice regardless of whether or not the session is over. 

Rink Freestyle

Rink Freestyle is owned and managed by the Park City Ice Arena.  Skaters purchase freestyle ice directly from the ice rink.  Skaters may purchase punch cards for 10, 1 hour freestyle sessions or pay per session drop in.  

publice skate ice

Public Skate Ice is owned and managed by the Park City Ice Arena.  Skaters purchase public skate ice directly from the ice rink.  Skaters may purchase punch cards for 10 sessions of public skate ice or pay per session drop in.  1 punch allows a skater to skate the entire public skate session regardless of how long the session lasts.

Club Freestyle Rink Freestyle Public Skate
Who owns the ice time? FSCPC Park City Park City Ice Arena Park City Ice Arena
Who can skate? FSCPC Members** Figure Skaters or Hockey players without sticks/pucks Anyone without sticks/pucks
Session Length 30 minutes 1 hour Variable
Cost $4.50 club ice session; $6.50 with club ice 20 punch; $8.50 with club ice 10 punch 9.50 (pre-registration) See Park City Ice Arena for Up-to-Date Pricing
Can music be played? Yes Yes No
Private Lessons allowed? Yes Yes Yes
Group Lessons allowed? Yes Yes Up to 3 skaters max
Fishing Pole / Jump Harness Allowed? Yes Yes No
Skater Limit 25* 25 (if most skaters are low level 30) 400
Stick & Pucks allowed No No No
**NON-CLUB Skaters

Non-Club skater visiting from out of town may skate on club ice with the following stipulations:

  • Each 30 minute club ice session costs $10.50.  Cash, check or Square payment is accepted.
  • Non-club skaters must have a current USFSA membership, Park City Skating Academy Learn To Skate USA membership OR must download and complete the  non-USFSA member waiver of liabilityA physical or digital USFSA card, Park City Skating Academy LTS USA verification OR completed waiver must be presented before skating.
  • Park City Skating Academy Learn To Skate USA members must be in a private lesson while on the ice.
  • FSCPC punch card skaters come BEFORE non-club skaters, FSCPC skaters have 5 minutes past the start of the session to claim their spot.
  • A skater visiting on a regular basis from Salt Lake area does not constitute an 'out of town' skater.  This skater must become an Associate Member and purchase club ice sessions or a punch pass.  The only exception to this is if the skater's home rink has been closed for maintenance.