Admission Prices & Guidelines

Public Skate

      General Rate City Rate
Adult Admission & Skate Rental $11.75 $10.75
Child/Senior Admission & Skate Rental $10.25 $9.50
Adult Admission $8.00 $7.00
Child/Senior Admission $6.50 $5.75
Skate Rental $3.75 N/A
Skate Aid Rental $2.00 N/A
Group Rate $9.00
 (15 Person Minimum, Includes Rentals)
Discount/Home School Skate $8.00 (Includes Rentals) $7.00
Preschool Skate (0-6 yrs with parent) $3.50 $3.00
Blake and Kyn ice skating


           General Rate         City Rate
Adult Stick & Shoot $9.50 $8.25
Child/Senior Stick & Shoot $7.75 $6.75
Pickup Hockey (15+) $9.50 $8.25
Senior Pickup Hockey $7.75 $6.75


         General Rate     City Rate
Adult Freestyle $9.50 $8.25
Child/Senior Freestyle $7.50 $6.50


Skates $3.75
Skate Aid $2.00
Helmet $1.00
Skate Sharpening $5.00

10 Count Punchcards

Public Sessions General Rate City Rate
Adult $80.00 $70.00
Child/Senior $65.00 $57.50

20 Count Punchcards

Public Sessions General Rate City Rate
Adult $162.00 $126.00
Child/Senior $135.50 $103.50

20 Count Punchcards

Stick n Shoot
Pickup Hockey
General Rate City Rate
Adult $193.50 $148.50
Child/Senior $153.00 $117.00

Season Passes (Includes Public Skate & Freestyle Skate Sessions Only)

  General City Rate
Adult $514.00 $500
Child/Senior $414.00 $400

Rules and Guidelines

Skating, as we know is very fun, however, we recognize that as in all recreational activities, there needs to rules and safety guidelines in place to have the most enjoyable experience possible. Here at the Joe Marmo/ Wayne Lehto Ice Arena, we actively enforce all regulations to ensure safety for all!

  • No Carrying Children
  • No Misusing Skate Aids
  • No Trains or Whips
  • Children (12 and under)
  • Seniors (62+)

Skating Tips and Tricks

Wear Good Socks!

Socks that are too short, or thin, can be painful when you get out on the ice. If you aren't wearing them when you come in, then bring a pair of long and thick socks with you to the rink. This is a great way to avoid blisters!

Tighten Those Skates!

This is essential to skating well. If you can wiggle your ankles at all, the skates are too loose. 
Skates that are too tight, on the other hand, can cause pain and numbness, so find that middle balance that is most comfortable and workable for you.

Dress for Winter

The average temperature in the ice arena is 30 degrees Fahrenheit and colder during colder days. Recommend dressing in winter clothes with winter gloves. Helmets are recommended.

Don't Hug the Wall!

Take it from those who have learned to skate one bit at a time, hugging the wall is one of the worst things you can do for your balance. It seems scary to skate away from the wall, but keep your knees bent slightly and march carefully as you skate. You'll be amazed to see the difference it makes.

City Rate Discount

Citizens of Idaho Falls, through payment of their property taxes, contribute directly to the operation of Idaho Falls Parks and Recreation facilities, programs, and services. A city-rate status allows city residents to receive reduced rates of services. Residents not registered as city residents, as well as out-of-city residents, will be assessed the full fee for all programs and services. 

How to Receive the City Rate Discount
A city-rate discount can be obtained at the Recreation Center, Wes Deist Aquatic Center, and the golf courses. You must bring proof of residency in the form of a utility bill from the City of Idaho Falls (no other proof of residency is accepted), as well as a valid photo I.D. with a matching name and address, to one of these facilities. 

Who is an Idaho Falls Resident?
Idaho Falls residents live within the city limits. The boundaries used by the U.S. Post Office and those that actually determine the city limits are not the same. Having an Idaho Falls address does not necessarily mean that you are a city resident. Owning a property or business within Idaho Falls city limits does not automatically qualify one as an Idaho Falls resident. 

Proof of Residency
This is your utility bill from the City of Idaho Falls (top and bottom portion) or an email receipt of that same utility bill, as well as a photo I.D. that has a matching name with the bill.