Generally, any new skater 4 years or older can be in a Beginner or Hockey Tracks 1 class. If the skater is 3 years old, they can go into a P.A.L.S. class where a parent / guardian skates with them. If your child has had lessons before or has some skating experience, please call the coordinator at 952-895-4657 for an evaluation .
Show All Answers
$5.00 per person for ages 5-61. $3 for children ages 4 and under. $3 for seniors 62 and over.
Provide recreational skating and ice related activities to the public and various user groups.
Please download the monthly calendars from the main page or call the main office for assistance at 952-895-4651.
Please download the monthly calendars on the main page or call the main office at 952-895-4651.
$7.00 per person. Goalies are free! This is for adults ages 18 and older. Helmets are required.
All Adult Open Hockey participants must be 18 years of age or older.
The Burnsville Ice Center requires helmets.
Yes, we carry whole sizes of skates. No half sizes.
Both figure and hockey skates are available for $5 per pair.
Learn Skate lessons are offered year round. Please click on the Learn To Skate tab for more details or call the Skating School Coordinator at 952-895-4657.
The Impressions on Ice Show is now generally held in the middle of May on a Friday and Saturday evening. Show time is at 7:00 pm. Please call the main office for more information at 952-895-4651.
Typically, Ice Show tickets go on sale two weeks prior to the performances. Prices are $5 for students (5-17) and seniors (62 +), $10 for adults, $25 for a 3-show pass (includes dress rehearsal on Thursday).
The Burnsville Hockey Club and the Burnsville Minnesota Valley Figure Skating Club are volunteer organizations that use our facility as their address. However, they do not have any staff located at the Burnsville Ice Center to answers questions. Their volunteers change from year to year, so when calling for the respective Clubs please ask Ice Center staff for a Club representative that you can contact.
Skaters should be warm and comfortable. Dress in layers with mittens or gloves. Snow pants or warm up pants are helpful because they are water proof. Helmets are required for the Hockey Tracks classes and strongly recommended for the beginner classes.