At The Experience Adult Skate Camp we come together in a safe and comfortable environment as part of a community that shares a deep common bond - our love of skating. We celebrate the exchange of ideas, explore new techniques, and each day discover things we couldn’t see before. Skating together, making friends, and supporting each other in the process.
The Experience is what makes the journey remembered.
Come enjoy a skating journey with Randy Gardner, Elizabeth Manley, Jeremy Abbott, Elin Schran and Special Guest Gracie Gold in the amazing desert resort destination of Palm Springs, CA.
All Levels Welcome
You can choose any housing you like, whether from an Airbnb, vrbo, Bed&Breakfasts, or one of the local hotels.
Rink is located at: 75702 Varner Rd, Thousand Palms, CA 92276. Which is shown in the dark green Palm Desert Area on the map below.
Welcome Reception - Fri, Sep 17, 5:00 PM PST
Last Ice Session ends - Fri, Sep 20, 3:00 PM PST
No! As long as you love to skate and are excited to make new friends and try new things, this is the camp for you! It is designed for skaters of all levels to get the experience they want!
The rink is warm compared to most rinks.
We have outings planned on Tuesday and Thursday evening. We recommend you consider coming a day early or stay through the weekend to really explore the area. The Coachella Valley and Joshua Tree National Park areas make for wonderful adventures! To get some great ideas: Visit Greater Palm Springs
You will need to provide your own transportation to the rink each day.
Yes! Just let us know your preferences when you register and we will be sure you’re taken care of.
Don’t worry! We are here to meet you where you are, not to push you past your comfort zone. All of our professionals are kind and sympathetic and want to get to know you. You can let us know if you need a break or a boost at any time.
Weather will be warm in September and can get chilly at night. We will have one dressy event Thursday night, so pack something that makes you feel comfy and fabulous for that! Bring sneakers and comfy clothes for walking, and off ice activities. Bring cool, loose clothes a swimsuit and sunscreen. And… DON’T FORGET YOUR SKATES!