Port Of Everett’s Outdoor Ice Rink Now Open

December 3, 2021

Events in Everett

The ice is ready!

The new Outdoor Ice Rink at the Port of Everett’s Waterfront Place is now open. It’s a partnership between the Port of Everett and Blue Line Sports and Entertainment.

Below you’ll find the times and details but the one thing to keep in mind is whether pre-purchasing your tickets or walking-up, online reservations are required. Tickets can be purchased, and reservations made at www.portofeverett.com/PacificIce.

LOCATION

Pacific Rim Plaza at Waterfront Place

1028 13th Street, Everett, WA 98201

(Pacific Rim Plaza is located on the south side of Hotel Indigo)

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday-Friday 3pm-10pm

Saturday & Sunday 10am-10pm

HOLIDAY HOURS

December 17th-January 2nd 10am-10pm

ICE SKATING TICKETS

Adult $15 + $1.50 Processing Fee

Child $12 + $1.50 Processing Fee

(Skate rentals included, child tickets for 12 & under)

BIRTHDAY PARTIES

Birthday Party Package: $375

One hour of Ice Skating for up to 25 skaters ($10 per additional skater)
Food & Beverage (added cost)
Rentals Included
To book: Please select a date and time from the online calendar and complete payment.

ICE SKATING LESSONS

Private skating lessons will be for 30 minutes with an instructor. Rate is $25.

Group skating lessons will be 30 minutes with an instructor. Rate is $45. (Up to 3 skaters)

PRIVATE ICE RENTAL

Hourly Rate $495 for up to 25 skaters ($10 per additional skater, maximum 50 skaters)

To book: Please select a date & time from the online calendar and complete payment.

PRIVATE EVENTS

To book a private event for “Pacific Ice” at Waterfront Place please email us at info@pacificice.com

GENERAL INQUIRIES

For general inquiries regarding “Pacific Ice” at Waterfront Place please email us at info@pacificice.com



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