Flyers Skate Zone

501 North Albany Avenue
609-441-1780

The primary objective for the development of these facilities is to increase the opportunities for people in the region to experience the sports of ice and in-line skating and hockey in a fun, safe and comfortable environment. This grass roots initiative is a natural outgrowth of the fan development efforts of our organization and each facility will utilize Flyers and Phantoms branding to enhance the patron experience and raise awareness and excitement of our hockey clubs. Each facility will emphasize superior customer service while striving to provide every patron with a friendly and enjoyable experience. With this initiative, we will provide programming excellence that ensures a positive experience for every participant while offering activities and benefits that will promote repeat customer visits. 


Reviews

Sisters forever Yo

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Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017

Fun open skating. Amazing teachers at the learn to skate classes. They also have a great hockey program.

Anon Ymous

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Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017

Bring a coat. Sometimes the glass is fogged up. The far worst thing about this rink, is the hockey parents and the refs. The refs are very one-sided, and the parents are almost the most obnoxious people I've been around. My son has played for many years, and there are some rinks known for nasty players, bad refs, and rude parents. Te players can sometimes b dirty, but there are 2 or 3 in any organization. There is no excuse though for the refs sucking so bad they start fights between the parents and players who feel they need to take it into their hands when the refs are THIS bad. Constantly. EVERY YEAR. And the parents are worse than any northern or central teams we've ever played. Don't be a part of the organization if you don't have to be.

Jamie Murtaugh

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Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017

I love this place! There is plenty of space and orabge cones to help you skate. There are ice skating lessons if needed too!

Donna Reese

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Monday, Sep. 18, 2017

Flyers skate zone is one of a kind for us in this city. Shared by hockey clubs and public skaters each at there designated time zones. offers skate pro shop and an snack bar has skates to rent. Offers birthday party packages has bleachers to watch hockey games

Marissa

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Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018

Drove all the way to skate and there was a hockey practice going on. Person on phone said there was nothing going on today. Wouldn’t go.