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LeFrak Center at Lakeside
Ice Skating Rink
Today 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
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171 East Dr Brooklyn, NY 11225
171 East DriveUSNew York11225
Ice Skating RinkToday 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
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Recreation hub offering roller-skating, ice-skating, boating, cycling & dining in Prospect Park.- Google
"There are concession stands with basic snacks and drinks."
"The picnic areas are spacious and the walkways gives the relaxation you deserve."
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Kimberly Anne
2 months ago
I love ice skating here! Music echoes through the space. Two rinks provide enough space so it doesn't become overcrowded. One rink has a roof over top and the other is outdoors open to the sky to enjoy the sunshine. There are concession stands with basic snacks and drinks. The lockers available provide a safe place to store your items. They are a good size, but your Tote will not fit in this locker.
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Zeno Lee
6 months ago
Ice skating here is a nice alternative to the over-crowded rinks in Manhattan. It's worth the trip here for several reasons. First, there are 2 rinks that you can cross over to. One is outdoors so you can enjoy the sun while you skate, or if you want to avoid the sun, you can go to the covered rink. When the Zambonis come to resurface the ice, they do it one rink at a time so you don't have to get off the ice like at other rinks. The lockers work off bills and is a nice convenience if you want to stash small items like sneakers and a small bag. Large bags will not fit.
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Kendall Speten-Hansen
8 months ago
LeFrak Center at Prospect Park is the place to be in the summer or winter! Most recently for the winter months, an inaugural curling league has started! Holding it's first Learn to Curl event in November 2014, CurlNYC offers instructional leagues. In addition, LeFrak offers ice skating and hockey. It is a beautiful facility with warm rooms for those chilly days as well as a really nice snack bar that puts roller skating rinks from the 1990s to shame! You can also grab a glass of beer or wine after you are done playing for the afternoon! Not what I was expecting to find in Prospect Park!
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Angie Phillips
5 months ago
cool points. I took my child & friends for her birthday. They loved it.
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Luke Hansen
2 months ago
The LeFrak Center holds a special place in our hearts because this is where curling in Brooklyn takes place. My wife and I have curled on and off for 8 years. When we moved to Brooklyn we had pretty much given up on our curling ambitions. Then, we learned that CurlNYC was bringing curling to Prospect Park. We spent last winter as curling instructors at LeFrak. We had a great time at this facility. Brooklyn is really lucky to have such a great facility (even if people use it for reasons other than curling). Based on how busy it always is, LeFrak has clearly satisfied a need for skaters, hockey players, and, of course, long-suffering city curlers. We always found the staff to be quite helpful and the facility was always well maintained. It is a gem within a gem of a park. Now if they would just build an indoor curling rink there!
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Fernando De Araujo / FDA
4 months ago
At LeFrak Center at Lakeside within Brooklyn’s Prospect Park there were amazing the two rinks with ice skating. In addition I liked the boats and bike rentals, and lake activities. The picnic areas are spacious and the walkways gives the relaxation you deserve. Enjoy. ****
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Julian Rampelmann
2 months ago
Great entertainment for kids with the water play and good food and beer at the restaurant.
Howard Rubinstein
10 months ago
A hideous monstrosity in both visual and audible terms: not only is the building way too large and brutalist -- it looks rather like a parking lot -- the blasting music is an offence to the entire park experience. I can't believe the Prospect Park Conservancy participated in this. (What part of "conserve" don't they understand?)