Plan Your Visit

McCarren Rink

November, 2014 – January, 2015

McCarren Rink will be open on all Holidays

McCarren Rink is North Brooklyn’s destination for winter fun.  As North Brooklyn’s only outdoor ice skating experience, McCarren Rink offers a seasonal recreational outlet for both adults and children. Now in its second year of operation, McCarren Rink has become a treasured winter destination for the residents of Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Bushwick, and beyond.

Hours of Operation

McCarren Rink
November 15, 2014 - January 4, 2015
Monday – Friday | 12P – 10P
Saturday | 10A – 11P
Sunday | 10A – 8P

All hours weather permitting

McCarren Rink will be open all Holidays

Services

Skate Sharpening
Offered in the Skate Shop for a $20 fee.

Professional Skating Coaches
Individual and group lessons can be arranged for all ages and levels.  Private lessons are $60 for 30 minutes; $10 for each additional student (up to 5).

Food 
Take a break from skating, and grab a snack at the concessions counter.

Lockers and Bag Check
Inside McCarren Rink area, lockers are free of charge, with locks available for purchase.  Bags can be checked for a $7 fee.

Group Admission Rate
Group reservations will be accepted Monday – Thursday from November 18 – January 2, for groups of 10 or more. $10 adult/$5 children per person.

For private events and group outings, please complete Special Event Request Form.

Getting Here

Main Entrance
The entrance to McCarren Rink is located at 768 Lorimer St. between Driggs and Roebling St.

Subway Directions
Take the G train to Nassau Ave or the L to Bedford Ave.

Pricing

Admission
Adults: $11
*Child: $6

*Children under 12 skate with no admission fee on Mondays and Tuesdays from 4P – 7P

Skate Rental
$6

Helmet Rental
$5

Locker Use
Free

Lock Purchase
$9

Skate Sharpening
$20

Skating Lessons

Skating Lessons are now available at McCarren Rink.
Saturdays 9A – 9:45A.
To learn more or sign up visit Lessons.

Skating Tips & Rules

    • To ensure best skating experience appropriate winter clothing should be worn while skating.

    • Skates should be 1/2 to 1 size smaller than the skater’s street-shoe size. Skaters should wear one pair of THIN socks or tights for maximum support. A skate should be unlaced before being put on, and then tightly relaced. If a skater’s heel lifts up and down or there is inadequate ankle support, a smaller ice skate should be worn. If toes feel cramped in the skate boot, a larger size should be worn.

    • Rinks reach capacity on weekends and holidays. Please plan to arrive early.

    • Children 8 and under must be accompanied by someone 16 or older.

    • Warning: Be aware, skate with care.
      Ice skating involves certain inherent risks which may result in serious injury or death. By entering the ice rink area, you acknowledge that you are aware that ice skating can be a dangerous activity, you freely volunteer to participate, and you accept all known and unknown risks while at McCarren Rink. Further, you release all par ties associated with or related to McCarren Rink including, but not limited to, its operators, its equipment suppliers, and its sponsors against any and all claims that you may have and any and all liability for any loss, damage, injury, or expense you may incur in connection with any activities at McCarren Rink.

Click here to view the Code of Skater’s Responsibility
Click here to view the Acknowledgement of Risk

Persons with disabilities who need assistance, please call the facility at 718.388.7433