Public Health Advisory

COVID-19 Operations & Requirements:
Learn more about current operations.

  • Play at Home
  • Playbook
  • News
  • Jobs
  • Register
{"autoplay":"true","autoplay_speed":"3000","speed":"300","arrows":"true","dots":"true","rtl":"false"}

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

2020-21 Ice Season:
Monday, Nov. 2. – April
Ice program registration: Open

Customer Service Hours – Phone Only:

Monday – Thursday: 5:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Friday: 6:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Saturday: 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

Questions? Contact Customer Service:
Phone: (541) 389-7275
Email: Customer Service

Updates at bendparksandrec.org/covid-19.

Holidays & Special Hours:
Christmas – closed

Skating Reservations
2020-21 Ice Season Update:

Ice season begins Monday, Nov. 2.

Public skating schedules and reservations available Oct. 26.

Specialized Ice Times viewable on Oct. 26, registration begins Oct 30.

Ice program registration now open.

IceSkatingCouple

Public Skate Sessions:

Check schedules for times and to make a reservation. Reservations encouraged.

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. Hockey, speed skating and advanced figure skating not allowed. 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.

$6 Sunday Family Skate: Open skate for families for only $6/person (all ages) including skate rental. All children must be accompanied by parent/guardian. Not available on select days. Check schedules for times and to make a reservation.

$6 Cheap Skates: Special open skate sessions for only $6/person (all ages) including skate rental on Tuesday nights. Open skate rules apply. Ice season only. Not available on select days. Check schedules for times and to make a reservation.

$6 Parent-Tot Skate: Open skate and activities for toddler and pre-school age children for only $6/person (all ages) including skate rental. All children must be accompanied by parent/guardian. Ice season only. Not available on select days. Check schedules for times and to make a reservation.

Non-ice Season Only: The Pavilion skate park features, and games including foosball, table tennis and corn hole will be included during open skate and Sunday Family Skate times.

See Schedule
Image of an Adult Hockey League game.

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, drop-in 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: Stick Time, Skills and Drills. Sorry, no hockey leagues, scrimmages or pick-up hockey at this time.
  • Curling: Adult Clinics, Drop-In Play and Leagues

Roller Sports & Programs:
Non-ice season

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

Image of children skating during a public open skating session at The Pavilion in Bend.

Other features

Winter is iced over with fun for everyone. For the 2020-21 season, spectator activities are limited due to COVID-19 precautions. Thanks for understanding!

Summer fun for the whole family. In addition to traditional roller skating and in-line skating, The Pavilion skatepark features and games including foosball, table tennis and corn hole will be included during open skate and Sunday Family Skate times.

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

2020-21 Ice Season Update:

Ice season begins Monday, Nov. 2.

Public skating schedules and reservations available Oct. 26.

Specialized Ice Times viewable on Oct. 26, registration begins Oct 30.

Ice program registration now open.

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

Learn more about skate sessions or see daily schedule.

Rental skates available for $3 – toddler through adult size 15 available; loaner helmets available at no charge.

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

Purchase 2020-21 Ice Season Pass online now.

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.

2020 Roller Skating Fees & Passes: Not available this season

OPEN SKATE:
$5 youth (age 3-18) | $6 senior (age 60+) | $7 adult (age 19-59). Skate rental: $3/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 skates available for $3 – toddler through adult size 15 available; loaner helmets available at no charge.

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 including skate rentals. View the schedule for days and times.

Roller Skating Special Rate Sessions: Come skating for a great price! Sunday Family Skate sessions are only $5 per person 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: 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. Look for more updates to come.

You can expect the following:

  • Updates to check-in and movement through facility to help with distancing and minimizing contact with others.
  • To enter through the lobby and exit via exterior gates for one-way flow.
  • To arrive no more than 10 minutes before your session and to depart promptly after.
  • To wear a face covering at all times – indoors, outdoors and while on the ice.
  • To come dressed in your gear, ready for the ice.
  • The lobby, viewing room, locker rooms and lockers will not be available. Limit your personal belongings to what you can carry on you.
  • Limit to one adult spectator per participant. Spectating is outdoors so dress for the weather.
  • Capacity limits on public skate sessions.
  • Helmets and skate assists are not provided. Please bring your own helmet.
  • The Pavilion Cafe won’t be available so that your on-ice needs are prioritized.
  • You may bring a full water bottle. Drinking fountains are not available.

Deck & Plaza Rules

  • Skaters and spectators are not allowed in designated Zamboni travel area.
  • 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 ice 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 ice during resurfacing. Skaters may not enter the rink until staff allows re-entry.
  • Guests are not allowed to walk with 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

2020-21 Ice Season Update:

Ice season begins Monday, Nov. 2.

Public skating schedules and reservations available Oct. 26.

Specialized Ice Times viewable on Oct. 26, registration begins Oct 30.

Ice program registration now open.

  • Look for schedules to be available on Monday, October 26.
  • Reservations for Public Skate sessions available seven days prior to session.

The Pavilion offers ice skating and ice sports from November to mid-April and roller skating, sports leagues and the PAC in summer for year-round fun.

  • For session/program details, click on the session below.
  • During inclement weather, check back regularly for cancellations and closures before attending a session.
  • Subscribe this calendar to your personal mobile device.