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The Pavilion: Closed for ice season. Roller begins April 12.
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The Pavilion

1001 Southwest Bradbury Way, Bend, OR, United States

1001 Southwest Bradbury Way, Bend, OR, United States
(541) 389-7588 (SK8T)
info@bendparksandrec.org

Hours

Roller Season: April 12 – Sept.
– Drop-ins welcome for Open Skate and Family Skate.
Ice Season: November – April

Customer Service Hours - Phone Only:

Mon - Fri: 7:00 am  - 8:00 pm
Sat: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: No customer service.
Hours are subject to change without notice.

Holidays & Special Hours:
Memorial Day, May 31 – Closed
July 4 – Closed

Drop-ins welcome for roller skating Open Skate and Family Skate sessions.

Sessions have capacity limits.

Skate assists and helmets not provided; you can bring your own helmet.

You may arrive up to 10 minutes prior to a session.

Face coverings and proper distancing required.

Learn more about current BPRD operations.

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Public Ice Skate Sessions:

Check schedules for times and to make a reservation.

Open Skate: Recreational skating for all ages and abilities; however, children 6 years and under must be supervised by a responsible person 14 years or older. Groups are limited to 6 people and 2 households. Hockey, speed skating and advanced figure skating not allowed. Skate assists and helmets not provided. During normally lower attendance times, activities may include basic skating and/or laps on the outside perimeter and basic figure skating/ice dancing/freestyle on the inside. Check online schedules and make a reservation prior to attendance so you know what to expect. Sorry, no sticks allowed.

Sunday Family Skate: Open skate for families for only $6/person (all ages, out-of-district fees apply) including skate rental. All children must be accompanied by parent/guardian. Groups are limited to 6 people and 2 households. Skate assists and helmets not provided. Not available on select days. Check schedules for times and to make a reservation.

Cheap Skates: Special open skate sessions for only $6/person (all ages, out-of-district fees apply) including skate rental on Tuesday nights. Open skate rules apply. Groups are limited to 6 people and 2 households. Skate assists and helmets not provided. Ice season only. Not available on select days. Check schedules for times and to make a reservation.

Parent-Tot Skate: Open skate and activities for toddler and pre-school age children for only $6/person (all ages, out-of-district fees apply) including skate rental. All children must be accompanied by parent/guardian. Groups are limited to 6 people and 2 households. Skate assists and helmets not provided. Ice season only. Not available on select days. Check schedules for times and to make a reservation.

Non-ice Season Only: The Pavilion skatepark features are included during Open Skate and Sunday Family Skate times.

See Schedule
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Ice Sports & Programs:

Learn a new sport or develop your skills in Ice Hockey, Figure Skating or Curling with classes designed for every ability and skill level. We offer instructional level classes, practice times, competitive and non-competitive league play. Learn more.

  • Ice Skate Lessons: Progressive Youth and Adult Programs for every skill and ability
  • Ice Hockey: Pickup Hockey, Stick Time, Skills and Drills, and Leagues
  • Curling: Adult Clinics, Play and Leagues
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Roller Sports & Programs:
Non-ice season

Spring through early fall, The Pavilion has a variety of roller skating sessions and roller hockey activities available.

  • Roller Skating: Open Skate and Family Skate sessions. The Pavilion skatepark features are included during Open Skate and Sunday Family Skate times – skateboarders and scooters welcome.
  • Roller Hockey: Pickup Hockey, Stick Time, lessons and leagues.

Check schedules for details and times.

In summer 2019, the Bend Bullets youth inline hockey program and Lava City Roller Derby moved to The Pavilion.

Please call if you have any questions or need more information (541) 389-7588.

Drop-ins welcome for roller skating Open Skate and Family Skate sessions.

Sessions have capacity limits.

Skate assists and helmets not provided; you can bring your own helmet.

You may arrive up to 10 minutes prior to a session.

Face coverings and proper distancing required.

Learn more about current BPRD operations.

2021 Roller Skating Fees & Passes:

OPEN SKATE:
$5 youth (age 3-18) | $6 senior (age 60+) | $7 adult (age 19-59). Skate rental: $1/person.
Children under 3 free with a paying adult.

$5 SUNDAY FAMILY SKATE:
$5 per person, all ages. Includes skate rental.
Children under 3 free with a paying adult.

Learn more about skate sessions or see daily schedule.

Rental roller skates and inline skates available for $1 – toddler through adult size 15 available.

Prices shown are in-district. Out-of-district is additional 20%.


Ice Skating Single Visit Pass

Without Skate Rental With Skate Rental
Adult (19-59) $9.00 $12.00
Older Adult (60-79) / Student $8.00 $11.00
Youth (3-18) / Honored Citizens (80+) $7.00 $10.00
Children under 3 with paying adult Free Free

Ice Skating Special Sessions - Family Skate, Cheap Skate & Parent-Tot Skate

Without Skate Rental With Skate Rental
Adult (19-59) $6.00 $6.00
Older Adult (60-79) / Student $6.00 $6.00
Youth (3-18) / Honored Citizens (80+) $6.00 $6.00
Children under 3 with paying adult Free Free
 

Ice Season Pass (Unlimited Visits!)

10% Discount on Ice Season Passes if purchased before November 10!
Pass prices shown are for in-district. Out-of-district passes are 20% additional fee.
Without Skate Rental
Adult (19-59) $298.00
Older Adult (60-79) / Student $259.00
Youth (3-18) / Honored Citizens (80+) $220.00

Rental ice skates available for $3 – toddler through adult size 15 available.

Purchase the pass to best match you and your needs. Combine couple and family pass specials for the best value!

Ice Season Specials & Discounts

Combine a season pass with a couple or family pass special = SERIOUS SAVINGS FOR SOME SERIOUS FUN.

Save 25%

Couples Pass Special: Spouse/domestic partner receives 25% off pass of equal or less value with the purchase of full-price season pass. Must purchase passes at same time. Excludes 10-visit passes.

 Save 50%

Family Pass Special: Dependent children 18 years and younger and spouse receive 50% off passes of equal or less value with the purchase of a full price adult season pass. Minimum three pass purchase required. Must purchase at same time. Excludes 10-visit passes.

Special Rates and Parties:

Ice Skating Special Rate Sessions: Come skating for a great price! Family Skate, Parent-tot Skate and “Cheap Skates” sessions are only $6 per person (out-of-district fees apply) including skate rentals. View the schedule for days and times.

Parties: Sorry, parties are currently unavailable. For birthdays and other celebrations, rent the party room and bring the gang to skate. Reservations must be booked 72 hours in advance for special rates. Learn more about Parties and Groups.

Large Groups:  Sorry, large groups are not currently available. School groups and other large groups are welcome at The Pavilion and discounts are available. Reservations are needed for groups of 10 or more. Reservations must be booked 72 hours in advance for special rates. Learn more about Parties and Groups.

Out-of-District Fee Policy: Residents who live outside of the Bend Park and Recreation District are encouraged to participate in all facilities and programs. Out of district residents do not pay property taxes that support the district and will be charged an additional 20% for programs and facility passes. If you need help determining if you live inside the district boundaries, call us at 389-7275. We also have a District Map and you can simply put in your address and it will indicate if you live within the district boundaries.

Helmets Encouraged: The Pavilion encourages all skaters to wear a helmet while on skating, especially children. Please bring your own. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends that ice skaters use hockey, bicycle, ski or skateboard helmets. If you want to follow that recommendation, it may be best to look for a helmet certified to the ASTM Skateboard standard, F 1492, or even dual certified to the skateboard and bicycle helmet standards. They have some multi-impact capability and more coverage in the rear than a bike helmet.

Facility Rules:

Health & Safety:

Things will be a bit different this season to help ensure patrons and staff stay healthy and safe. Please check back for updates as public health requirements can change.

You can expect the following:

  • Face coverings required at all times – indoors, outdoors and on the rink.
  • Maintain six-feet distancing from others.
  • Limited capacity for all sessions and programs.
  • Drop-ins welcome for Open Skate and Family Skate roller skating sessions. No reservations are needed.
  • Groups are limited.
  • You may enter up to 10 minutes before a session.
  • Enter and exit through exterior gates for one-way flow.
  • No changing rooms or lockers available.
  • Limit personal belongings to what you can carry on you such as keys, wallet and phone.
  • Storage areas available for shoes only and not supervised.
  • Helmets and skate assists not provided. You can bring your own helmet and skates. Rental skates available.
  • All activities and spectating are outside, so dress for the weather. Lobby and viewing room are closed.
  • Full water bottle allowed. Sorry, no food or beverage service available.

Deck & Plaza Rules

  • Ice season: Skaters and spectators are not allowed in designated Zamboni travel area.
  • Ice season: Guests are not allowed to walk with skates on areas not covered with rubber matting unless they are wearing blade guards.
  • Shooting, passing, stickhandling, and use of hockey pucks/balls anywhere other than the skating surface is not allowed.
  • Skateboarding, scootering or rollerblading is not permitted during the ice season and only in designated areas during the non-ice/roller skating season.
  • Snowball throwing and fights are not allowed.

General Rink Rules

  • No shoes or boots allowed on ice except unless approved by staff or during curling times.
  • No food, drinks and gum allowed on the rink or rink surface.
  • Skaters are not allowed to carry children or secondary items on the rink (cameras, handbags, strollers, etc.).
  • Skating in a manner that endangers or interferes with other skater’s safety or pleasure is not allowed.
  • Skaters shall be alert to other skaters at all times and yield to slower skaters.
  • Skaters must keep moving. No sitting, lying or resting on rink.
  • Roughness, excessive speeding, skating against the flow or weaving through other skaters is not allowed.
  • No horseplay while on the rink. This includes tag, chain skating, throwing snowballs, racing and intentionally sliding.
  • Hockey sticks and pucks are not allowed except during designated hockey times.
  • Jumps and spins allowed only at center rink (inside blue circle) unless crowd size poses a safety issue. Figure skaters using the center of the rink should be aware of beginners and exercise caution doing jumps and spins.
  • Skaters are not allowed in the player boxes except during program times.
  • Skaters are not allowed to sit on or climb over the dasher boards.
  • No one is allowed on the rink during resurfacing. Skaters may not enter the rink until staff allows re-entry.
  • Guests are not allowed to walk with ice skates on areas not covered by rubber matting unless wearing blade guards.
  • Kicking or chipping holes in ice/rink is prohibited.
  • Skate aids are for beginner skaters or those with a need only. (Currently unavailable.)
  • No objects allowed on rink without staff approval.
  • Private skating instruction and coaching is not allowed without approval.
  • Abusive behavior and language will not be tolerated.
  • Protective head gear is strongly recommended especially for young children and beginners.

Helmets Encouraged: The Pavilion encourages all skaters to wear a helmet while on skating, especially children. Please bring your own. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends that ice skaters use hockey, bicycle, ski or skateboard helmets. If you want to follow that recommendation, it may be best to look for a helmet certified to the ASTM Skateboard standard, F 1492, or even dual certified to the skateboard and bicycle helmet standards. They have some multi-impact capability and more coverage in the rear than a bike helmet.

Year-Round Excitement

Drop-ins welcome for roller skating Open Skate and Family Skate sessions.

Sessions have capacity limits.

Skate assists and helmets not provided; you can bring your own helmet.

You may arrive up to 10 minutes prior to a session.

Face coverings and proper distancing required.

Learn more about current BPRD operations.

The Pavilion offers roller skating and roller sports from April 12 – September. Ice season runs November – April.

  • Drop-ins are welcome for roller skating Open Skate and Family Skate sessions.
  • No reservations needed.
  • For session/program details, click on the session below.
  • Spectators welcome for no fee. Due to capacity limits, please limit your group to one adult per attendee.
  • During inclement weather, check back regularly for cancellations and closures before attending a session.
  • Subscribe this calendar to your mobile device or computer. Click “Add to Calendar” below.

 

Ice Skating and Ice Skating Lessons

Drop-ins welcome for roller skating Open Skate and Family Skate sessions.

Sessions have capacity limits.

Skate assists and helmets not provided; you can bring your own helmet.

You may arrive up to 10 minutes prior to a session.

Face coverings and proper distancing required.

Learn more about current BPRD operations.

Whether you’re looking to hit the ice with your family or develop your skating skills with lessons, The Pavilion has something for everyone.

Rental skates available for $3 – toddler through adult size 15 available; Sorry, helmets are not provided.

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Public Ice Skating Sessions | All Ages

We recommend advanced reservation when possible, but drop-in use will be permitted if space is available.

Skaters and spectators must pay for admission due to capacity limits.

Join in some fun in the fresh air during a public skate session at the Pavilion. See the Fees section for pricing and passes.

Open Skate: Recreational ice skating for all ages and abilities. Children 6 years and under must be supervised by a responsible person 14 years or older. Sticks and pucks and ice skating maneuvers that would endanger others are not allowed. Regular fees apply. Not available on select days. Check schedules for times.

Family Skate: Only $6/person (all ages and out-of-district fees apply) including ice skate rental. Open skate for families. All children must be accompanied by parent/guardian. Not available on select days. Check schedules for times.

Parent-Tot Skate: Only $6/person (all ages and out-of-district fees apply) including ice skate rental. Open skate for toddler and preschool-age children. All children must be accompanied on ice by parent/guardian. Not available on select days. Check schedules for times.

“Cheap Skates” – Only $6/person (all ages and out-of-district fees apply) including ice skate rental for special Tuesday evening open skate session. Not available on select days. Check schedules for times.

See Schedule

Youth Learn to Skate Classes at The Pavilion in Bend

Learn to Skate: Ice Skating

The Pavilion’s Learn to Skate program offers progressive ice skating classes designed to increase your ice skating experience and develop skating fundamentals.

Our ice skating lessons are…

  • Small, age-appropriate classes
  • Skill-appropriate classes on progressively learned skate skills.
  • Professional and highly-qualified coaches
  • Inclusive: All ages and abilities welcome.

Learn more about ice skating lessons and skate levels or see current offerings.

Please call if you have any questions or need more information (541) 389-7588.

Reservations are recommended for ice skating sessions. Drop-ins permitted if space is available.

Roller skating sessions are drop-in only; no reservations needed.

Use the following step-by-step instructions to reserve and cancel your classes/sessions online. There are PDF instructions also available to download and print.

How to Make Reservations

Before starting a reservation, make sure you have your BPRD registration account and password ready to log in. Your account is your email address and the default password is your last name (first letter capitalized) unless you set it up differently. Click here for PDF instructions.

  • On bendparksandrec.org, hover over “fitness & swim” in the top menu, and select your class format, such as: Cardio, Indoor Cycling, Mind & Body, Strength & Conditioning or Fitness Center. This will redirect you to the class format’s webpage and class schedule.

  • On the class schedule, find the fitness class or fitness center session that you would like to reserve. Click that event to open the description, then click “Click here to register.

  • The link will redirect you to the BPRD registration site and show you the upcoming classes for the selected fitness format.
  • Select the “+” (plus symbol) to add any number of classes to your cart. At the bottom of the screen, confirm your class selection and click the “Add To Cart” button. Note: the fees shown are for regular adult patrons. Older adult and student pricing will be applied in the checkout screen.

  • On the next screen, select the member of your household who will take the class.

  • The next screen will display the shopping cart, where you can confirm the selected class and price. Click “Proceed to Checkout” to complete your purchase.

  • On the check out page, complete your reservation by paying for your class or using credits. Click the “Continue” button to finalize your transaction. You can continue reserving additional classes, reviewing programs or logout to end your session.

How to Cancel Reservations Online

Use the following directions to cancel a Fitness Class, Fitness Center, Lap Swim or Public Skate session reservation online using your registration account. Cancellations may be made up to 24 hours prior to activity start time and are not available within 24 hours. Credit will be applied to your account and may be used for any BPRD reservation or registration. If you would like a refund, you must call or email Customer Service. Click here for PDF instructions.

1. Log into your BPRD registration account.

2. Using the menu on the top of the page, click the “my account” tab to access the dropdown menu and select “Cancel Sessions.”

3. Select the checkbox for the program you would like to cancel.

4. Click “Proceed to Checkout.”

5. In the “Using this Refund Method”, select “Apply to Household Account.”

6. Click “Complete Transaction” to receive your credit to account.

It’s Time for A Party!

Skating parties are currently unavailable due to public health and safety requirements.

Great for birthday skating parties and more, The Pavilion features an indoor viewing/warming room with fireplace, making comfortable and fun viewing opportunities and a place to enjoy food, drinks and a celebratory dessert.

To learn more about public, commercial and large private events, see the Pavilion Rental page.

Ice Skating Party including skate rentals:

  • Party reservations must be made a minimum of 72 hours in advance.
  • Up to 9: Regular Rates
  • 10 – 25: $8 per person (20% discount) – Including skates!
  • Party Room Rental: Varies from $75 to $100 for 1.5 hour blocks, depending on day of week.
  • Same fee for all ages.
  • Payment due at time of reservation.
  • Set-up for your party is available 15 minutes prior.
  • Food & Drinks: With rental, you are welcome to bring outside food or order from The Pavilion Cafe.
  • Maximum of 25 guests.
  • Single payment only.
  • Party Refunds/Cancellations: Cancellations at 72 hours or more will receive a full refund. No refunds will be granted if less than 72 hours in advance.

Call (541) 389-7588 or stop by the front desk at The Pavilion to reserve your party. Check room availability on the calendar below.

Note: subject to change without notice.

 

Drop-in Roller Skating & Skatepark Sessions

April 12 – September 2021: 

Open Skate: Recreational roller skating for all ages and abilities. Children 6 years and under must be supervised by a responsible person 14 years or older. Sticks and pucks and skating maneuvers that would endanger others are not allowed. Regular fees apply. April through September, The Pavilion skatepark features are included during Open Skate and Sunday Family Skate times. Roller skates, skateboards and scooters allowed in the skatepark – sorry, no bikes.

Fees: $5 youth (age 3-18) | $6 senior (age 60+) | $7 adult (age 19-59). Skate rental: $1/person.

$5 Sunday Family Skate: Roller skating for only $5/person (all ages) including skate rental. Open Skate for families. All children must be accompanied by parent/guardian. April through September, The Pavilion skatepark features are included during Open Skate and Sunday Family Skate times. Roller skates, skateboards and scooters allowed in the skatepark – sorry, no bikes.

 

The “Other Season”

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When it comes to having fun in Bend, The Pavilion offers great year-round fun! The Pavilion hosts roller skating and a variety of sport and recreation activities during the non-ice season including adult recreation cornhole, dodgeball and Old School PE leagues.

For roller skating opportunities, The Pavilion offers a regular schedule of Open Skate and Family Skate sessions for roller skating, in-line skating, skateboarding and scootering. In addition, the facility hosts the Bend Bullets youth inline hockey program.

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Camp Solstice | Ages: 6 – 11

Camp Solstice is a full-day, youth summer day camp offered for summer 2021. Campers enjoy all the amenities of The Pavilion including the sport courts, roller rink, skatepark features, foosball and ping pong tables, outdoor lawn and more for lots of activities and games all day long. Limited group size and weekly sign-ups available. Learn more.

The PAC | Ages: 8 – 13 | Not available in 2021

The PAC is a summer recreation center for kids with full-day childcare. Each day is different as you get to choose what you want to do! There are always awesome choices whether you want to ”play hard or chill out.”

We’re talking field trips, climbing the rock wall, skateboarding and scootering, playing water games, floating the river, stand up paddle boarding, outdoor adventuring, getting into crazy, unique activities, creating art and playing your favorite games. It’s any way you want to spend your day, even just hanging with friends. Learn more.

Please call if you have any questions or need more information (541) 389-7588.

 

The Pavilion Cafe

The Pavilion Cafe is currently closed. Sorry, there is no food or beverage service.

The Pavilion Shop

SKATE SHARPENING:  $8.00
BLADE GUARDS: $10.00
BLADE COVERS:  $12.00 Sizes: S, M, L
MOUTHGUARD: $2.00 Sizes: Youth, Adult
SUPPORTER:  $18.00 Youth Sizes: S, L Adult Sizes: S, M, L, XL
HOCKEY LACES:  $4.00 Waxed or Unwaxed
FIGURE LACES:  $4.00
LACE PULLERS:  $3.00
CLOTH TAPE:  $4.00
CLEAR TAPE:  $2.25
STICKY TAPE:  $6.00
STICK WAX:  $2.00

Youth & Adult Roller Hockey

Roller hockey at Bend Park and Recreation District is perfect for everyone from beginners to seasoned players.

Programs are offered during the non-ice season, April through September.

  • Youth and Adult Learn to Play Hockey
  • Skills & Drills: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced
  • Pickup Hockey and Stick Time
  • Adult Hockey Leagues
  • Youth Hockey Leagues

See current offerings.

Public Skating FAQs

Are face coverings required?

Yes, all participants and visitors 5 years and older are required to wear a face covering at all times – indoors, outdoors and while on the rink. Exceptions are when a medical condition or disability prevents a person from wearing a face covering.

How is proper distancing being maintained?

Limited capacity and outdoor only access is in accordance with the state’s health and safety framework and Deschutes County’s specified risk category for an outdoor recreation facility and activity.

  • Signs and distance markers have been placed throughout the facility.
  • Equipment and seating has been rearranged or removed to provide adequate spacing.
  • Patrons’ movement to the rink is one-way only. The lobby and indoor viewing room are closed.
  • All skaters will skate in one direction.
  • Participants will depart promptly after activities.

What is being done to ensure cleanliness and sanitization?

  • A thorough cleaning will be completed nightly.
  • Skates and shared equipment are disinfected between sessions.
  • Restrooms will be cleaned at least twice daily and staff will disinfect high touch points throughout the day.
  • Hand sanitizer is available at entry.

Are reservations required for ice skating? What about roller skating?

Roller Skating: Drop-ins are welcome for Open Skate and Family Skate. Reservations are not needed at this time.

Ice Skating: We recommend advanced reservation when possible, but drop-in use will be permitted if space is available. Since skating sessions must remain within specific capacity limitations, your reservation saves your space rather than being turned away or waiting in line for an opening.

Can I drop-in for ice skating without a reservation?

Roller Skating: Yes, you can drop-in for roller skating sessions without a reservation.

Ice Skating: We recommend advanced reservation when possible, but drop-in use will be permitted if space is available. Reservations can be made online or by phone at (541) 389-7275 up to seven days prior to a session.

When can I make a reservation?

Ice Skating: You can reserve up to seven days in advance to help make it easy to fit your ice skating into your schedule. Reservations remain open until 15 minutes before the scheduled session for any available openings.

Why are skating sessions limited in length? Should I arrive at a certain time?

You’ll want to arrive at the beginning of your session or up to 10 minutes before. At this time, skating sessions must be limited to ensure we serve everyone who wishes to skate and to also provide time for enhanced sanitization procedures.

Are there storage lockers available?

Sorry, there are no storage lockers at this time. Limit personal belongings to what you can carry on you such as keys, wallet and phone. Storage areas are available for shoes only and not supervised.

Are there helmets to borrow? How about skate assists?

Sorry, no helmets or skate assists are provided. The Pavilion encourages all skaters to wear a helmet while on skating, especially children. Please bring your own helmet. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends that ice skaters use hockey, bicycle, ski or skateboard helmets. If you want to follow that recommendation, it may be best to look for a helmet certified to the ASTM Skateboard standard, F 1492, or even dual certified to the skateboard and bicycle helmet standards. They have some multi-impact capability and more coverage in the rear than a bike helmet.

Is the viewing room or lobby open?

No, the viewing room and lobby are closed. All spectating is outdoors so be sure to dress for the weather. Viewing options are available at the fire pits or undercover by the rink.

Is the Cafe open? Can I bring food and beverages?

You may bring a full water bottle. The Pavilion Cafe is not open so that your activity needs are prioritized. Please do not bring food or beverages.

Are the outdoor fire pits open? Are there outdoor heaters by the rink?

Yes, both the outdoor fire pits and portable gas heaters will be available for your added comfort.

Do you have season passes available?

Pavilion ice season passes are available for the frequent ice skater. The pass is good until the end of the ice season in early April. 

Can I bring a large group to skate?

Sorry, large groups such as clubs, organizations and schools are not welcome at this time. Groups are limited during the pandemic.

Are skating parties available?

Sorry, skating parties are on hold at this time due to the health and safety issues related to congregating as a group indoors.

If I can’t make my ice skating session, can I get a refund or transfer to another session?

Reservations for ice skating sessions cannot be credited, transferred or refunded. We will make exceptions for medical or health-related reasons. Call (541) 389-7588 as soon as you know you will be unable to attend a reserved session.

Skate Lessons, Hockey & Curling Program FAQs

What registration programs will be offered?

The Pavilion is offering Learn to Skate programs, Learn to Play hockey, hockey skills and drills and curling leagues. There are offerings for youth and adults with a variety of interests and skill levels.

What programs are available to further hockey skills?

Thanks for asking! We are offering skills and drills opportunities for further development and also have learn to play sessions for beginner adults or youth.

Is the curling league happening?

Yes! Our curling league occurs on Sundays and this year we introduced a weekday curling league opportunity. Due to COVID rules, we space teams out, which means the friendly banter and directions from the skip are nice and clear.

Is Learn to Skate ice skating lessons happening?

Yes! Learn to Skate ice skating lessons returned and occurred in a six-week program.

How does COVID-19 affect the check-in and overall experience at The Pavilion?

There are changes to processes for check-in and movement through The Pavilion to help ensure distancing and to minimize contact with others. For example, we are using exterior doors and one-way flow to the rink. We do not offer food or beverage concessions as we aim to serve the activity needs of patrons and ask for prompt departure following activities.

General FAQs

How do I know the schedule of activities?

Weekly schedules are be available online.

Is The Pavilion available for rentals and parties?

Sorry, parties are currently unavailable. You can learn more about hosting skate parties and groups on our parties page.

In addition, during the non-ice season, you can rent the entire facility or a portion for your private function or community event. Learn more on our Pavilion rental page.

About the Ice Season:

When is ice season? When is roller skating or non-ice season?

The ice season began on November 2 and  concluded April 3. The roller skating or non-ice season runs approximately from April 12 through beginning of October.

How will weather conditions affect the ice?

Because the ice sheet is refrigerated and protected by The Pavilion’s roof, dasher boards and clear side panels, weather should not impact our ability to build and maintain ice. However, it is an outdoor rink and ice conditions may vary some.

How about ice skates?

Rental skates are available for $3 per person or you can bring your own skates.

What do I need to pay to use The Pavilion?

You can pay a single visit drop-in or reservation fee. We also have ice season passes available.

Do you have helmets available? Do you require helmets on the ice?

The Pavilion encourages all skaters to wear a helmet while skating, especially children. Please bring your own.

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends that ice skaters use hockey, bicycle, ski or skateboard helmets. If you want to follow that recommendation, it may be best to look for a helmet certified to the ASTM Skateboard standard, F 1492, or even dual certified to the skateboard and bicycle helmet standards. They have some multi-impact capability and more coverage in the rear than a bike helmet.

Do I need to register for the pick-up hockey and stick time?

Yes, advanced registration is required. Learn more on the hockey page.

Is there a fee to watch?

Yes. Skaters and spectators must reserve and pay for admission due to capacity limits.

Have more questions? Want to make a suggestion?
Call The Pavilion at (541) 389-7588 or email at info@bendparksandrec.org

Drop-ins welcome for roller skating Open Skate and Family Skate sessions.

Sessions have capacity limits.

Skate assists and helmets not provided; you can bring your own helmet.

You may arrive up to 10 minutes prior to a session.

Face coverings and proper distancing required.

Learn more about current BPRD operations.

Ice cold fun.

Learn a new sport or develop your skills in Curling, Hockey or Ice Skating with classes designed for every ability and skill level. The Pavilion offers instructional level classes, practice times, competitive skills and drills workshops. All of this on Central Oregon’s only NHL-sized ice sheet.

An image of a Youth Learn Hockey Class at the Pavilion Ice Rink in Bend.

Youth & Adult Hockey

Hockey at Bend Park and Recreation District is perfect for everyone from beginners to seasoned players.

  • Youth and Adult Learn to Play Hockey
  • Skills & Drills: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced
  • Adult and Youth Drop-In Stick Time
  • Adult Pickup Hockey
  • Adult Hockey Leagues
  • Youth Hockey Leagues

Learn more about hockey programs or see current offerings.

An image of an Adult Curling Clinic at the Pavilion Ice Rink in Bend.

Adult Curling

Rock the Ice. Open to curlers of all experience (or inexperience) levels, our leagues give players the chance to learn and hone their skills. Games are played once a week and all equipment is provided. Space is limited, so register your team early!

  • Adult Curling League
  • Adult Curling Lessons
  • All equipment provided

Learn more about curling programs or see current offerings.

Please call if you have any questions or need more information (541) 389-7588.