Spend the day or night — or both — criss-crossing the smooth ice of LeFrak Center at Lakeside’s two spectacular 16,000-square-foot rinks: one covered and one open-air, connected by an ice bridge. Chills will run down your spine as you gaze at the beauty around you, including Prospect Park Lake — Brooklyn’s only lake — and the redeveloped Chaim Baier Music Island and the Shelby White and Leon Levy Esplanade. If you work up an appetite trying to stay upright on your blades, there’s a snack bar — called, appropriately, The Snack Bar — within the Skating Pavilion, or you can enjoy the view from your seat at the Bluestone Cafe. Need something with a little more zing? Imbibe in an après-skate beer or glass of wine. SO grab a friend, your partner or the whole family for ice skating by the lake in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park.