Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter Learn to Skate Camps

Learn to Skate Camps


We are dedicated to providing the ‘best’ memorable skating camp for all children.  We provide a caring, attentive, and supportive environment for skaters to make new friends and improve their skating skills. Camp is available to skaters from beginner to intermediate levels, including skaters in introduction to hockey and figure skating programs.  Skaters will be broken down into groups based off their skill level for certain activities. All camp counselors and employees are SafeSport Certified.

Ages: Must be between the ages of 5 and 14 to attend


Summer Full Week: $325.00 + tax

Summer 4-Day Week (July 5 to 8): $260.00 + tax

Daily Rate: $70.00 + tax per day

Full Camp Registration includes IC’s Cool Kids Camp T-Shirt


Sibling Discount: 10% off each additional child (full weeks only)

Learn to Skate Discount: 10% off any child who has participated in a 2022 LTS Series


Daily Lunch from Bubbas 33: $11.00 per day

Before/After Care: $15.00/hr 1-hour before care/2-hours after care

Private Lesson with Jr. Coach: $25.00 for 30 minutes

Upcoming Camp Dates

Summer 2022: 8-Week session runs from May 30th-July 29th

Week 1: May 30th t0 June 3 (IC’s Frozen Pool Party)

Week 2: June 6 to June 10 (Superheros)

Week 3: June 13 to June 17 (Pirates)

Week 4: June 20 to June 24 (Disney)

Week 5: July 5 to July 8 (Stars & Stripes)

Week 6: July 11 to July 15 (Christmas in July)

Week 7: July 16 to July 22 (Olympics)

Week 8: July 25 to July 29 (Harry Potter)

(NO CAMP weeks of June 27th to July 1st & August 1st to 5th.)

Activities Included

  • 2.5 hours on the ice
  • Group on-ice lesson & choreography with a Figure Skating Coach
  • Fun off-ice fitness activities
  • Practice ice skating time with friends
  • Last-day themed performance – parents invited!

Lunch Details

Lunch can be provided by AdventHealth Center Ice for $11.00 + tax per day.  Campers may also bring a packed lunch.

*Please notify us of any and all food allergies

What to Bring to Camp

  • Sneakers – required for off-ice activities
  • Jacket or sweatshirt
  • Water bottle
  • Gloves
  • Pants
  • Extra snacks – NO candy or soda
  • Helmet – bicycle helmets are acceptable

What does a normal day look like for an IC’s Cool Kids camper?

—Inquisitive Parent

Stick With It

Register for our Learn to Skate program!  Our classes are for all athletes who want to continue their skating education.  Whether you want to get into figure skating, ice hockey, or just want to skate for fun; we have a class for you!  We offer classes for all ages and all skill levels.

Information & FAQ

It is recommended that skaters arrive within the designated check-in time. Go to the Front Desk to check-in with camp counselors, fill-out lunch form on 1st day of camp if applicable. Proceed to the camp’s designated party room to join other campers and counselors. Parents can pick-up campers at the end of day from either the party room or Front Desk.

Campers need sneakers, sweater or jacket, pants, water bottle, and gloves. It is also recommended campers bring a helmet and an extra snack (no candy or soda).

No refunds after the camp has started, unless injury with a doctors note.

Have more questions on our Skating Camps or need help registering? Contact our Skating Department!

E-mail: Skating@AHCenterice.com

Phone: (813) 803-7372