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Freestyle skating sessions are designed for figure skaters to practice their routines and advanced skills. Freestyle sessions are ideal for additional training time and private lessons for figure skaters. Figure skaters are allowed to practice their freestyle programs with their music played over the sound system.

Tickets are limited to 24 skaters and 8 instructors per hour. If you are coaching on a session, please purchase a “Freestyle Skate Instructor Ticket” to ensure you are not taking a spot for a skater.


Freestyle skating sessions are $14 each.
Freestyle Punch Pass (10 total) is $126.

Purchase Tickets Online

Ticket must be presented at time of activity for admittance. You may present the ticket on your mobile device or print it out.

Freestyle Schedule

Freestyle Rules:

  1. Freestyle sessions are for those figure skaters who are practicing elements of figure skating.
  2. Figure skates only.  Hockey skates are not permitted on a Freestyle session.
  3. Skaters must have passed Learn to Skate USA Pre-Free Skate level or be approved by an Idaho IceWorld licensed figure skating coach.  Idaho IceWorld highly recommends all first time Freestyle session skaters be accompanied by an Idaho IceWorld licensed coach to allow for learning the traffic pattern and etiquette of the sessions.
  4. Skaters are expected to be familiar with and abide by the Freestyle etiquette posted on the Idaho IceWorld website.
  5. All skaters must sign in and make payment prior to entering the ice for each individual session that you are skating on.  You may not skate part way through consecutive sessions without paying for and signing in for each session. Please follow our Freestyle schedule appropriately.
  6. The maximum number of skaters accepted during a Freestyle session is 24. Coaches are not included in this count.
  7. Courtesy - It is essential to respect the rights of other figure skaters and be constantly aware of who is around you.
  8. Music - No Parents playing music.  Skaters put their music playing devices (or other personal item) in "line" and music is played on a first come-first serve basis. Skaters are not allowed to stop in the middle of their program and start again. After a skater’s music is played, it may be put to the end of the line. The music will be played again only if time permits during the session that they have paid for.  Coaches may “bump the line” and play their student’s music if they are giving a lesson to that student.  Coaches may not “bump the line” for their students not in a lesson. A coach may not “bump the line” twice for the same student in the same ice time if other skaters wishing to hear their music have not yet had their music played.  Additionally, requests by coaches will alternate with music that is already in line (ex. coach, skater, coach, skater, etc.)
  9. Skating with headphones, ear buds or similar devices is not permitted.
  10. If a person is skating their program, they receive first priority over the ice surface.
  11. If a person is in a lesson, they receive second priority over the ice surface.
  12. Freestyle ice is for practice, not socialization.  Please leave the ice surface if you wish to socialize or take a break.
  13. Skaters must keep moving unless receiving instruction from a coach.  If a skater falls, they must get up immediately, if able to do so.  Do not sit on the ice.
  14. Parents and spectators are not permitted in the player’s/penalty/scorekeeper’s box area.
  15. Coaches may not teach more than two students at a time.  Freestyle ice times are not intended as a time for group lessons.
  16. Group programs are not allowed during Freestyle sessions. A group consists of 3 or more skaters.
  17. Beverages must be kept in player’s bench areas and not on the cap rail.  Food is not permitted.
  18. Selfie sticks, and other potentially dangerous accessories or props are not permitted on the ice without first getting the General Manager’s approval and consent.

These rules are meant to keep you, and everyone around you, safe. Please follow these rules as not to lose your privileges as a skater. All rules, policies and procedures are subject to change.