Home of the award winning "Ice Skating Birthday Parties"
San Diego Ice Arena also offers Public Sessions, Figure Skating lessons, Ice Hockey lessons,
Hockey leagues and a Pro Shop with skating equipment.
San Diego Ice Arena has something for everyone!
Our Mission: "To WOW our customers with a remarkable experience when visiting San Diego Ice Arena
San Diego Ice Arena offers daily public ice skating .
Welcome to the SDIA Figure Skating Program.
Figure skating is a unique experience, balancing on the edge of sport and art.
Welcome to the SDIA Ice Hockey Program.
We offer a recreation program for all youth ages, adult as well as tournament and travel teams.
San Diego Ice Arena skating school program offers a welcoming, fun, and exciting way to teach toddlers, youth, teens, and adults the artistry of ice skatingmore
Parties will be back soon !
We are revamping our party program to make it Covid-19 safe and fun!” SEE YOU ALL SOON!
The SDIA Pro Shop has the best selection of ice hockey and figure skating equipment in San Diego County.
The San Diego Ice Arena is owned by the Linssen family. Philip Linssen is the CEO of SDIA Inc. Mark Linssen is the COO of SDIA Inc. Since 2000, the brothers have created a vibrant community around SDIA.Engaged customers and inclusive programs have developed a private business that feels more like a community.
Projects like a water reclamation system and solar panels have kept the facility ecologically responsible.
Programs like the Special Skaters and our community fundraisers have kept SDIA socially responsible.In addition to the Mira Mesa facility, each year since 1997, SDIA Inc. has teamed with Sentre Partners to run a temporary rink in downtown San Diego, “Fantasy on Ice”. All proceeds from “Fantasy on Ice” go to Rady Children’s Hospital.
It provides quite the memorable experience ice skating in sunny San Diego.Always looking to improve the quality of care at SDIA the Linssen’s efforts can be seen daily as they roam around the facility working for solutions to problems.
Ask anyone at the facility what it was like before the Linssen’s took charge and they can describe for you decrepit boards, broken bathrooms, and general neglect. We look forward to see what the next fifteen years brings at SDIA.