Wheaton Ice Arena is open with the following precautions and guidelines:
Currently offering limited opportunities for Group Lessons, Freestyle and Individual Training. Please see the Schedules and Fees Page for More Information.
- Any person that enters into the Wheaton Ice Arena will be required to wear a face covering at all times including while actively skating on the ice. Face coverings must remain in place, including while on the ice, and cover both the nose and mouth to be considered effective.
- Effective March 27, 2021 one parent/guardian will be permitted in the facility to accompany their child. Congregating in the lobby or any other common area of the facility is strictly prohibited.
- Skaters may enter the facility 10 minutes prior to the start of the session they are registered for. Skaters need to arrive dressed to skate (including all hockey gear). Skaters may put on skates rinkside for a session if necessary. No hockey bags are allowed in the building. Figure skaters may bring in one bag to be kept rinkside while training.
- All skaters and coaches for any program or session will need to check in at the ticket window in the front lobby.
- Skaters will need to leave the facility within 10 minutes of the end of their skating time.
- Locker rooms will remain closed until further notice. Lockers will not be available for use.
- Skaters need to continue to practice physical distancing on and off the ice.
- Thoroughly cleaning and disinfecting commonly touched surfaces per CDC guidelines such as tables, counter tops, door handles, railings, computer screens, keyboards, credit card machine, water fountain (only bottle filling station), and restrooms.
Patrons will not be allowed to congregate in any area of the facility and skaters will need to leave the facility immediately after exiting the ice.
The Marye Wells-Harley Dream Camp Scholarship
The mission of the Montgomery Parks’ Marye Wells-Harley Dream Camp Scholarship is to provide camp scholarships to young people, ages 6 – 14, from diverse backgrounds within Montgomery County. We believe camp is a place that changes lives, and we want every child to have the opportunity to experience the joys of summer camp (Learn how to donate). M-NCPPC recognizes that many residents are financially unable to participate in Summer Camp Programs and remains committed to serving the needs of all residents of Montgomery County. Learn more and download the application.
If in the Rockville/Bethesda area don’t miss out on visiting Montgomery Parks’ other ice rink, Cabin John Ice Rink.
Montgomery Parks, part of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, encourages and supports the participation of individuals with disabilities. Please contact the Program Access Office at 301-495-2477 (Voice), MD Relay 7-1-1 or 800-552-7724 or ProgramAccess@MontgomeryParks.org to request a disability modification. Visit www.MontgomeryParks.org/access for more information.