Top Five Places to Go Outdoor Ice Skating in Colorado
After an unseasonably warm fall in Colorado, the cold weather is ushering in a plethora of wintertime activities for you to enjoy including one of the most quintessential holiday favorites — ice skating. Whether you’re a natural ice skater who glides and flits across the ice or someone …
When: November 30 through late March to early April, 7 days a week (weather permitting) 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: Lakeside Village, 0172 Decatur Rd, Keystone
Cost: Including your skate rental, $10 for children (18 and under), and $15 for adults.
The Lowdown: Keystone Lake is home to one of the most beautiful outdoor rinks in the entire state, and is surrounded by a handful of local businesses and restaurants for you dip inside when you get too cold. Glide and twirl to the music that plays on the lake, and don’t forget to stop for the perfect selfie with the Christmas tree that is located in the center of the five-acre lake.