Fort Worth is about to get a lot cooler as one of the city’s favorite holiday traditions, Panther Island Ice, returns for another season on Nov. 20. Fort Worth’s only outdoor skating rink remains open seven days a week, including all holidays, through Jan. 18.
Panther Island Ice is within the Coyote Drive-In complex, 223 N.E. Fourth St. Ample, free parking available; a ticket to the drive-in is not needed to skate.
View a list of skate times, fees and discounts. Prices include skate rental and sales tax. Skaters may bring their own skates, but the admission fee remains the same.
Panther Island Ice is produced by the Trinity River Vision Authority.
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