Northern Colorado's premiere ice rink

Greeley Ice Haus

Public Skate

Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri • 12-1:30pm
Wed • 6:15-7:45pm
Sat & Sun • 12-1:30pm

Cosmic Skating

Fri & Sat • 6:30-8pm

Facility Closures

Nov 28 (Thanksgiving)
Dec 24 (building open 9am-2pm)
Dec 25 (Christmas Day)
Dec 31 (building open 9am-6pm)
Jan 1 (building open 12-9pm)

Public Skate Admission

Public Skate $5.50
Age 5 & under $2
Skate Rental $2.50
NEW!
Monthly Pass $20
Annual Pass $220
Punch Pass (12 visits) $53
Punch Pass (24 visits) $106

Family Skate Sessions

Tuesday & Thursday • 12-1:30pm
Wednesday • 6:15-7:45pm
Fee $25 for two adults and up to four children – with skate rental included!

Skate Café

50+ Drop-in Hockey
Mon/Fri • 8:45-9:45am*
$3.50 (includes skate rental and a cup of coffee)

No Skate Cafe Friday, Sept 6

Public Ice Hockey

Drop-In (16+) $7
Stick ‘n’ Puck (all ages, under 8 with an adult)
Punch Pass (12 visits) $67
Punch Pass (24 visits) $134
Noon Drop-in Wed • 12-1:30pm
Drop-in Sled Hockey Sun • 1:45-2:45pm

Full schedule located under Public Ice Hockey Tab

Freestyle Skate

Figure skaters improve your skills!
Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri • 3-5:15pm; Wed/Fri 6:15-7:45am

45-minute sessions, $6.50
Punch Pass (12 visits) $63
Punch Pass (24 visits) $126

Staff

Mark Mann, Ice Haus Recreation Supervisor
970-350-9462

Corbin Fitzgibbons, Ice Haus Coordinator-Hockey
970-336-4201

Carla Villavicencio, Ice Haus Coordinator-Figure Skating

Located in downtown Greeley, the Ice Haus is the COOLEST place in town!

Looking for a place to park? Check out our downtown map

Check out our holiday skate camps:

Thanksgiving Break Figure Skate Camp
Skaters will receive one hour of on-ice and one hour of off-ice instruction each day. The camp is for all skaters from the Basic 1 through USFS Intermediate level. Age 5+. 
Mon-Wed, Nov 25-27 • 9:45-11:45am 
Registration Deadline Nov 25
Fee $120
Code # 412301

Thanksgiving Break Hockey Camp
Come hone your hockey skills over your vacation from school. Player must have passed Cub 2 curriculum to attend the camp. Age 8-14. 
Mon-Wed, Nov 25-27 • 9:45-11:45am 
Registration Deadline Nov 25
Fee $120
Code # 412302

Holiday Learn to Skate
A special learn to skate holiday session. Classes are for all levels of the Learn-to-Skate program and begin with the fundamentals and progress to more advanced and specialized skills. Age 3 to Adult. 
Thu-Sat, Dec 26-28 • 11-11:45am
Registration Deadline Dec 26
Fee $40 resident/$50 non-resident
Code # 413315

Learn to Skate Program

Our Basic Skills Program will help teach you all you need to know to get out on the ice. Lessons are for ages 3 years old and up. The Ice Haus Skate School provides a number of different opportunities in ice skating, whether you want to learn basic skating skills or are pursuing advanced skating techniques, jumps and spins. Our coaches are certified members of the Professional Skating Association, have years of experience and knowledge within the sport, and follow guidelines of the United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA).

Not sure which class to start with? Check out the Snowplow Sam Progression Chart.

Financial assistance is available for those in need.
Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.

 

Learn to Skate Sessions

*All participants must pay $17/year USFSA registration fee.

Summer Session III Aug 10-Sept 21
Registration Deadline Aug 10

Fee $60 resident/$70 non-resident

 

Fall Session I Sept 28-Nov 2*
Registration Deadline Sept 28

Fall Session II Nov 9-Dec 14*
Registration Deadline Nov 9

*5 week program (no class Oct 19, Nov 30)

Fee $43 resident/$53 non-resident

 

Snowplow Sam 1-3

Develop coordination and strength that will carry over to the Basic Skills classes.

Sat • 10:35-11:05am

Code # 403302

 

Basic 1-6

Introduces participants to the fundamentals of basic skating skills.

Basic 1/2         Sat • 10:35-11:05am
Basic 3/4         Sat • 11:15-11:45am
Basic 5/6         Sat • 11:15-11:45am

Code # 403300

 

Pre-Freeskate-Freeskate 6

Advanced jump-and-spin technique while combining footwork, power and edge control. The level where a skater decides to go competitive or stay recreational.

Pre-Freeskate    Sat • 10:35-11:05am
Freeskate 1/2     Sat • 10:35-11:05am
Freeskate 3/4     Sat • 10:35-11:05am
Freeskate 5/6     Sat • 10:35-11:05am

Code # 403301

 

Adult 1-4

An opportunity for adults to learn the fundamentals of skating.

Sat • 11:15-11:45am

Code # 402300

 

Advanced Power & Conditioning

Challenges advanced skaters by incorporating strength, flexibility, endurance and explosive power into their skating. Designed for levels Pre-Preliminary and above. Age 6+

Sat • 9-9:30am

Code # 413311

 

Jump/Axel Class

Learn the first major jumps of figure skating. Skaters will go over exercises and walk-through’s to improve their
jumping ability.

Sat • 9:30-10am

Code # 413302

 

Power & Conditioning

Challenges skaters by incorporating strength, flexibility, endurance and explosive power into their skating.

Sat • 10-10:30am

Code # 413311

 

Off-Ice Strength & Conditioning

This class Help skaters build strength, balance and flexibility to improve their skating skills and agility. Class will take place in the Ice Haus meeting room.

Tue • 5:30-6:15pm

Code # 413300

First Day Tips for Learn to Skate

New to our Learn to Skate Program? Here are some pointers to get you started:

  1. While we do accept registrations on the first day of class, we ask that participants to register prior to the beginning of the session. You can register in person at any of our recreation facilities, online at MyGreeleyRec.com, or over the phone at 970-350-9402.
  2. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your class time.
  3. On the first day of class, please check in at the front desk so we can ensure that you are enrolled in the correct class, have a current USFSA membership and have everything you need to get out on the ice on time.
  4. Skate rental is included in your registration fee and the front desk staff will assist you with getting the right pair of skates. You are welcome to use your own skates as well.
  5. We recommend the use of helmets during class and have them at the front desk for you to borrow. You can bring your own helmet from home if you would like (any type of helmet – bike, ski, etc. – is acceptable).
  6. Dress warm! No matter what the temperature is outside, the rink stays fairly chilly. We recommend layers and either gloves or mittens, and offer gloves for sale at the front desk for just $4.
  7. Parents are welcome to watch lessons from the stands, the downstairs lobby or the upstairs lobby. 
  8. Our sessions are 7 weeks long with evaluations the 5th week and testing on the 7th. It is typical for participants to go through a level a few times before passing – this helps us ensure that everyone has a strong foundation to grow.
  9. We encourage our participants to practice as much as possible outside of their classes so we provide each registrant in the Learn to Skate program with a punch pass for public skating.
Figure Skating

Freestyle Sessions $6.50

Call ahead for 45-min reservations (970-350-9402)

Every M/T/Th/F • 3-3:45pm, 3:45-4:30pm & 4:30-5:15pm; and Wed/Fri 6:15-7am & 7-7:45am

 

New Figure Skating bundles are available that feature all programs and activities in a convenient and inexpensive package. Bundles include Learn To Skate (LTS) classes, public skating passes, freestyle sessions, and more! Three levels of figure skating bundles are available.

5 week Session Bundles
(Sep 28-Nov 2 & Nov 9-Dec 14 LTS session)

Bronze Bundle $89 resident/$102 non-resident
(includes: 2 LTS classes, 7 visit public skating punch passes, 1 bring a friend voucher, 3 freestyle sessions)

Silver Bundle $144 resident/$163 non-resident
(includes: 3 LTS classes, 7 visit public skating punch passes, 1 bring a friend voucher, 7 freestyle sessions, 5% discount on skate camp)

Gold Bundle $193 resident/$219 non-resident
(includes: 4 LTS classes, 7 visit public skating punch passes, 1 bring a friend voucher, 12 freestyle sessions, 7% discount on skate camp)

All bundle components expire at the end of the LTS session for which the bundle is applied.

Public Ice Hockey

Drop-In Sessions – $7 per session

Experience a safe, fun and exciting game of hockey. Create relationships and develop techniques playing with various skill levels. Full equipment required. Age 16+.

 

Drop-In Sled Hockey 

Join us at the Ice Haus to meet other players and play a friendly game of hockey. All skill levels welcome. Full equipment required. The Ice Haus has 5 sleds available for rental!  See below for extra sessions and cancellations.

  • Sun, Oct 27 • 1:45-2:45pm
  • Sun, Nov 10 • 1:45-2:45pm
  • Sun, Nov 17 • 1:45-2:45pm
  • Sun, Jan 5 • 1:45-2:45pm
  • Sun, Jan 12 • 1:45-2:45pm
  • Sun, Jan 26 • 1:45-2:45pm
Adult Drop-In Hockey
  • New lunchtime drop in every Wednesday from 12-1:30pm
Stick ‘n’ Puck – $7 per session

Practice stick handling and puck control. Goalies welcome for shooting practice. All ages. Youth 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult.  Full equipment is required for both youth and adults.

  • Tue, Oct 15 • 5:15-6:15pm
  • Sun, Oct 20 • 3:45-4:45pm
  • Fri, Oct 25 • 5:15-6:15pm
  • Sat, Oct 26 • 4:30- 6:15pm
  • Fri, Nov 1 • 5:15-6:15pm
  • Fri, Nov 8 • 5:15-6:15pm
  • Fri, Nov 15 • 5:15-6:15pm
  • Sat, Nov 16 • 5:15-6:15pm
  • Fri, Nov 22 • 5:15-6:15pm
  • Tue, Nov 26 • 5:15-6:15pm
  • Fr, Nov 29 • 5:15-6:15pm
  • Sat, Nov 30 • 1:45-2:45pm
Youth Hockey
Mile High Mites
Sept 13, 20, 27 & Oct 4, 11, 17 • 5:15-6:15pm
The Colorado Avalanche, in conjunction with the NHL, NHL Players’ Association and USA Hockey, works with 22 youth associations to host 23 different Learn to Play sessions throughout the state. Each location hosts their own six-week program. Age 5-9.
Fee $190 per player (includes on-ice instructional sessions from USA Hockey-certified coaches, including one session with tutoring from an Avalanche alumni player). In addition, each player will receive a complete set of brand new CCM hockey gear to keep. The Avs next gear fitting is Sep 7-9. Register at https://learntoplay.nhl.com/avalanche look for Greeley Youth Hockey.
 
 
Interested in playing hockey? We have several opportunities to hone your skills.
Financial assistance is available for those in need.
Find out more about the Youth Assistance Fund.
 
 

Hockey Cub Program

The Cub program is designed to develop the necessary skills required to play hockey successfully: skating, stick handling, passing/receiving and shooting. Levels 1-5 represent a technical progression in which one level will provide the building blocks for the mastery of skills needed at the next level. Age 4+. Min-3, Max-20.

Cub 1: Sundays from 5-5:30pm
Cub 2-4: Sundays from 5:30-6:15pm
Cub 5: Sundays from 5-5:45pm

Summer Session III Aug 11-Sept 22
Registration Deadline Aug 11

Fee  Cub 1- $60 resident, $70 non-resident
        Cub 2-5- $70 Resident, $80 non-resident 

Code # 303304

 

Fall Session I Sept 29-Nov 3*
Registration Deadline Sept 29

Fall Session II Nov 10-Dec 15*
Registration Deadline Nov 10

Fee Cub 1 $45 resident/$55 non-resident,
       Cub 2-5 $50 resident/$60 non-resident,
*5 week session (no class Oct 20, Dec 1)

Code # 403304

 

Hockey Cub 5+

An extension of Cub 5, players enhance their skill set to go above and beyond the cub program. This class helps develop the players “hockey sense” and provides a better understanding of the game. Player must complete Cub 5. Min-3, Max-25.

Sundays • 6:15-6:45pm

Summer Session III Aug 11-Sept 22
Registration Deadline Aug 11

Fee $70 resident, $80 non-resident

Code # 303305

 

Fall Session I Sept 29-Nov 3*
Registration Deadline Sept 29

Fall Session II Nov 10-Dec 15*
Registration Deadline Nov 10

Fee $45 resident/$55 non-resident,
*5 week session (no class Oct 20, Dec 1)

Code # 403305

 

 

Youth Recreational Hockey Leagues

Coaches teach fundamentals, team play, sportsmanship and FUN! These teams may be Co-Ed. Ice Haus hockey jerseys will be distributed at the first game. Age 4-13. Min-20, Max-100.

Mini/Mite  (Ages 4-8) • Thu • 5:15-6pm & Sun 3-3:45pm
Squirt/Pee Wee  (Ages 9-13) • Tue •  5:15- 6:15pm & Sun 3:45-4:45pm

Summer Session III Aug 6-Sept 22
Registration Deadline Aug 6

Fee Mini Mite/ Mite $85 resident, $95 non-resident
       Squirt/Peewee $100 resident, $110 non-resident

Code # 306300

 

Fall Session I Sept 24-Nov 3*
Registration Deadline Sept 24

Fall Session II Nov 5-Dec 15*
Registration Deadline Nov 5

Fee Mini Mite/ Mite $60 resident, $70 non-resident
       Squirt/Peewee $70 resident, $80 non-resident

*5 week session (no class Oct 15, Nov 26-Dec 1)

Code # 406300

 

Middle School Hockey

 This program is for Middle School hockey players to further their knowledge in the fundamentals of hockey (6th-8th grade). Player MUST pass through Cub 3 curriculum. Practices and games will be held at the Greeley ice Haus. Teams will be selected by Ice Haus Staff.  

Look for Middle School Hockey dates in Spring 2020.

Interested in playing on a hockey team?

Greeley Ice Haus is proud to be the home of UNC Bears Hockey Team.
GO BEARS!
First Day Tips for Hockey

New to our Youth Hockey Program? Here are some pointers to get you started:

  1. While we do accept registrations on the first day of class, we ask that participants register prior to the beginning of the session. You can register in person at any of our recreation facilities, online at MyGreeleyRec.com or over the phone at 970-350-9402.
  2. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your class time.
  3. On the first day of class, please check in at the front desk so we can ensure that you are enrolled in the correct class and have everything you need to get out on the ice on time.
  4. Skate rental is included in your registration fee and the front desk staff will assist you with getting the right pair of skates. You are welcome to use your own skates as well.
  5. We recommend the use of helmets during class and have them at the front desk for you to borrow. You can also bring your own helmet from home if you would like.
  6. Our Cub and Rec Hockey programs offer complete equipment rental for just $85, which is refunded when the equipment is returned. We ask that appointments be made to get fitted for the equipment in advance of the first class. Appointments can be made by calling our front desk at 970-350-9402.
  7. Parents are welcome to watch lessons from the stands, the downstairs lobby or the upstairs lobby.
  8. Our sessions are 7 weeks long with evaluations the 5th week and testing on the 7th. It is typical for participants to go through a level a few times before passing – this helps us ensure that everyone has a strong foundation to grow.
  9. We encourage our participants to practice as much as possible outside of their classes so we provide each registrant in the Cub program with a punch pass for public skating.
Adult Hockey

 

Want to play on an adult hockey league? We offer several levels of skill to choose from for the beginner to skilled player.

Hockey Skill Levels

B-Skill Level - Advanced player

D-Skill Level - Beginner player

Over 35 Level - Age 35+, B thru D level

Rules

Draft Rules Hockey Rule

 

Intro to Adult Hockey

Curriculum is designed to teach adults the fundamentals of hockey. Players learn proper skating technique, stick handling, passing and shooting fundamentals. Age 13+. Min-3, Max-30.

Sundays • 6:15-6:45pm

Summer Session III Aug 11- Sep 22
Registration Deadline Aug 11

Fee $60 resident/$70 non-resident

Code # 308303

Summer Session III Sept 29-Nov 3*
Registration Deadline Sept 29

Summer Session III Nov 10-Dec 15*
Registration Deadline Nov 10

Fee $45 resident/$55 non-resident

*5 week session (no class Oct 20, Dec 1)

Code # 408303

 

Adult Hockey D-League

This League is for beginners who play at a D Skill level. All teams will be selected by a team captain and Ice Haus staff in a draft style format. Age 16+. Min-20, Max-60.

Sundays • 7-9:15pm

Summer Session II July 21- Oct 6
Registration Deadline July 21

Fee $192 resident, $202 non-resident
Goalie $96 resident, $101 non-resident

Code # 308300

Fall Session Oct 13-Dec 15*
Registration Deadline Oct 13

Fee $145 resident, $155 non-resident
Goalie $75 resident, $85 non-resident

*no games Dec 1

Code # 408300

 

Adult Hockey B-League

This league is for the advanced player at a B/C skill level. Team captains will select their teams in a draft format.
Age 16+. Min-20, Max-100.

Tuesdays • 7:45-10:15pm

Fall Session Sept 17-Dec 10*
Registration Deadline Sept 17

Fee $192 resident, $202 non-resident
Goalie $96 resident, $106 non-resident 

*no games Nov 26

Code # 408302

Schedule

 

Over 35 League

This league is for players at all skill levels, beginner (D skill level) to advanced (B skill level). Team Captains select team in a draft format. Age 35+.

Thursdays • 7:30-10:15pm

Fall Session Sept 26-Dec 15*
Registration deadline Sept 26

Fee $192 resident, $202 non-resident
Goalie $96 resident, $101 non-resident 

Code # 408301

Schedule

 

Contact

Corbin Fitzgibbons
970-350-9402

Women's Adult Hockey League

The Greeley Ice Haus is home to the Greeley Growler's too! Find out more about this women's adult hockey league by visiting their website.

Adult Hockey Tournaments
Participate in one of our annual hockey tournaments...
 
 

Rudolph's Rumble

Get your team together for this annual 3-on-3 C/D level adult hockey tournament. All games will be played at the Ice Haus, beginning Friday, continuing on Sat, with final game on Sunday. One representative (Team Captain) may register their team. Age 16+.

Game format - two 20 minute run periods with a 4 min warm-up.
Max-9 players and one goalie

Dec 20-22
Registration deadline Dec 13
 
Fee $500/team
 
Code # 408305
Register your team
 
 

Pucks & Pints

This 5-on-5 C/D COED level hockey tournament is a real crowd pleaser! Pool play begins Friday evening and continues on Saturday. The weekend ends with the 1st place game on Sunday. Only one Captain should register the team. Age 16+.

Game format - three 10 minutes (stop clock) periods
Max-15 players, one goalie per team

April 17-19

Registration deadline April 16
 
Fee $65/player, $700/team
 
Code # 208304
 
 

Contact

Corbin Fitzgibbons
970-350-9402

 

 

Curling

Are you ready to curl? Learn this classic Olympic game at the Ice Haus – any one at any age can play! Call 970-350-9402 or 970-356-1310 ex. 219 and leave your name and number and we’ll be in touch regarding days and times available. Get rocking with On The Rocks Curling!

Broomball
Reserve ice time for a fun game of “shoe hockey.” Games are played with tennis shoes and brooms on “dirty” ice (ice already skated on). Groups can rent the ice for $215 an hour; we provide the brooms, nets and balls! Call 970-350-9402 to reserve your game time.
Host a Fundraiser

Come during one of our Public Skate sessions and receive credit for your group or organization! Fundraiser participants get $1 off admission. For more information, please call 970-350-9402 to book your date today.

Ice Haus FAQ's
When are you open for Public Skate?

We have Public Skate sessions daily, with the exception of Wednesdays, from 12-1:30pm. We also offer evening Public Skate sessions on Wednesdays from 6:15-7:45pm, Fridays from 6:30-8pm and Saturdays from 6:30-8pm.

Do you offer skate rentals?

Yes we do! We have 595 pairs of skates and you can choose between figure skates, recreational figure skates and hockey skates. Our skate sizes go from Toddler’s 8 to Men’s 14.

Are there ice skating lessons?

Absolutely! We offer both figure skating and hockey classes from the beginner level through adult, including specialty classes to hone your skills. Give us a call at 970-350-9402 for more information.

What is the cost of Public Skate?

Admission is just $5.50 and skate rental is $2.50. Children 5 years old and under get in for just $2 any time. If you are a UNC student we offer 2 for 1 admission any time if you present your student ID.

Do you have group discounts?

We sure do! We offer family skate sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12-1:30pm and on Wednesdays from 6:15-7:45pm. Family skates are just $25 for up to 6 people (skate rental not included). We also have discounts for larger groups during any open skate session. Groups of 10-24 are $5.00 per person for admission, groups of 25-49 receive are $4.50 each, groups of 50-75 receive pay only $4.00 each and groups of 76 or more pay $3.50 for admission plus skate rental.

Do you offer Birthday Parties?

We offer two great birthday party packages! Package 1 for $145 includes use of one of our private rooms for one hour, public skating for 90 minutes for up to 10 people.  Package 2 for $195 includes everything in Package 1 plus your choice of a half sheet cake, two dozen cupcakes, or two large pizzas. The Ice Haus also has room rentals available to suit your needs for a variety of events such as meetings, baby showers and much more! Please call 970-350-9402 for more information.

How old do you have to be to ice skate?

While we don’t have age requirements for public skate sessions, we do not allow children to be carried on the ice by parents. Children must be able to support themselves.

Do you allow wheelchairs?

We certainly do! Wheelchairs are welcome on the ice, though any person pushing a wheelchair must wear skates.  In addition, the Ice Haus has five hockey sleds available for rental!

Can I rent out the ice rink?

You sure can! Private ice rentals are $215 per hour and include 25 free skate rentals. You can use your ice time for skating, hockey or broomball – perfect for teambuilding events and birthdays! Call 970-350-9402 and speak with Mark to reserve your time!

When do you have Stick ‘n’ Puck?

We don’t have a set schedule for Stick ‘n’ Puck but do offer sessions (along with Drop-in times and All Ages Skills and Drills sessions) throughout the week. All ages are welcome for Stick ‘n’ Puck, but youth 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Drop in games are reserved for players 16 years and older. Please check the Public Hockey section on our website for the most up to date schedule and gear requirements.

When do you have freestyle sessions?

We offer freestyle for figure skaters to practice on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 3-5:15pm; and Wednesday and Friday 6:15-7:45am. In that time frame, we have three 45 minute sessions which are $6.50 each. Skaters must be in level Basic 4 or higher, or have a private lesson with a certified coach scheduled, to attend freestyle. Please check out our Figure Skating section for additional sessions.

Can figure skaters practice during public skate?

We encourage all of our skaters to practice as much as possible, however we do have some guidelines to follow during public skate sessions: figure skaters who are practicing must stay inside the coned area (center ice), figure skaters may only practice single revolution jumps (no axels allowed during public skate), figure skaters may not practice spins where either skate is higher than knee level. Please keep in mind that this may change during busier sessions and is at the skate guard’s discretion.

Proud to be the home rink for…

Greeley Youth Hockey Association (GYHA) Greeley Bears contact: GYHA President, president@greeleyyouthhockey.org

Mountain View Skating Club (MVSC) contact: Carlos Rael, MVSC President

University of Northern Colorado (UNC)

UNC Bears Hockey Club UNC Bears Hockey – official site contact: Brett Ford, Assistant Director of Competitive Sports, 970-351-2936

UNC Bears Figure Skating contact: Brett Ford, Assistant Director of Competitive Sports, 970-351-2936

Growlers contact: Diane Benz, Growler Hockey or Alyssa Gachne

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