Ultimate Guide to Outdoor Ice Skating in Hingham and the South Shore: Top Spots for Winter Break Fun

Ultimate Guide to Outdoor Ice Skating in Hingham and the South Shore: Top Spots for Winter Break Fun

  If you are looking for ways to pass the time this winter, look no further! Outdoor ice skating is a great activity that offers fun for the whole family. In the picturesque towns of Hingham and South Shore, we are fortunate to have access to several outdoor (and indoor) options.  As a leading real estate expert in these areas, I understand the importance of safe and enjoyable experiences for my clients and their families.  I have put together a list of some of our local skating rinks.

Explore Local Outdoor Skating Spots in Hingham and South Shore

  •   Hidden Pond: Tucked behind Whole Foods Market at Derby Street, a hidden gem for skating enthusiasts.
  •  East Street Pond, Cohasset: Off of East Street, embodying the tranquility of Cohasset.
  • Lily Pond, Cohasset: On King Street, showcasing the natural beauty synonymous with Cohasset's landscape.
  • Norwell Skating Rink: Located on Pine St., a stone’s throw from the Council of Aging, reflecting our town's commitment to community and recreation.
  • Jacobs Pond Conservation Area: A nature lover's paradise in Norwell, accessible from Jacobs Lane.
  • Widow's Walk Golf Course, Scituate: A winter transformation of the golf course into a skating haven.
  • Quincy's Outdoor Ice Skating Rink: The rink is located in Downtown Quincy next to General's Bridge. Visit the Quincy Rec website before your visit.

Indoor Skating Alternatives

For those preferring indoor skating, these rinks in the South Shore region offer open skate sessions, perfect for those unpredictable weather days:

  •  Rockland Skating Rink, Rockland
  • Pilgrim Skating Arena, Hingham
  • Armstrong Arena, Plymouth
  • The Bog, Kingston
  • Hobomock Arena, Pembroke

Try one or try them all!  Have fun and stay safe?

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