1. All skaters are required to sign a waiver prior to entering the rink.
  2. All skaters are required to purchase an admission ticket and have a wristband prior to entering the rink.
  3. No one is permitted on the ice without ice skates.
  4. Food or drinks are not permitted on the ice at any time.
  5. Purses, loose accessories, cameras, bags, backpacks, bulky items, etc. are not permitted inside the rink.
  6. Sand Mountain Skate is not responsible for any loss of or damage to personal property.    
  7. You must be age 5 or older to skate. Children ages 11 and under require direct adult supervision.   
  8. Children ages 12 – 14 are required to be signed in by a parent/guardian at the entrance if they are being dropped off.   
  9. All skaters must follow the flow of traffic, which always turns left.
  10. All skaters must skate in a manner that does not endanger or interfere with other skaters.
  11. Roughness, excessive speeding or weaving through other skaters is strictly prohibited.
  12. Rink equipment can be dangerous. Stay off the ice when resurfacing is in progress.
  13. Report any hazards to the closest Sand Mountain Skate Team Member.
  14. No smoking, vaping, or smokeless tobacco on the ice at any time.
  15. No one under the influence of drugs or alcohol is permitted on the ice.
  16. While on the ice, skaters are prohibited from carrying children.
  17. All skaters must leave the rink promptly at closing time.
  18. Rink exit must always be kept clear.
  19. Sitting on the ice rink side boards is strictly prohibited.
  20. Use of hockey sticks, pucks, or balls are strictly prohibited.
  21. In the case of an emergency, immediately notify the closest Sand Mountain Skate Team Member and dial 911.   

Statement of Risk

Skaters understand the assumption of risk agreement; by engaging in skating, skaters are deemed to have knowledge of, and assume the inherent risks of skating, which include but are not limited to the following:



1.    Injuries that result from collisions or contact with other skaters or other individuals who are on the skating surface. 

2.    Injuries that result from falls. 

3.    Injuries that involve objects or artificial structures that are properly within the intended path of travel of the skater. 

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