From the Lowry Hill East Neighborhood Association – Where Every Story Has Three Sides

Outdoor Skating and Hockey Rinks

1212-ice-skates-colorRinks are now open. When winter settles in, lace up your skates or grab a hockey stick! 47 outdoor ice rinks at 22 parks citywide opened in December. Many offer separate rinks for general skating and recreational uses such as hockey, broomball and pond hockey. Weather permitting, most rinks will remain open through February 18, with the Lake of the Isles open until March 3.
Warming Rooms and Free Loaner Skates
Both outdoor ice rink locations feature warming rooms and free loaner skates available on a first come, first serve basis. Sizes and quantities vary by location.
Bryant Square
3101 Bryant Avenue, 612.370.4907
Monday-Friday 3-9pm,
Saturday 10am-9pm,
Sunday noon-6pm.
Lake of the Isles
2500 Lake Isles Pkwy. E, 612.370-4875
Monday-Friday 3-9pm, Saturday 9am-9pm,
Sunday 10am-6pm.
Ice Rink Hotline
For ice conditions and rink closings, call the MPRB ice rink hotline at 612.313.7708. For more info see


One comment on “Outdoor Skating and Hockey Rinks

  1. Wedge Neighborhood News
    March 3, 2013

    The outdoor rinks are no longer being maintained. For indoor skating, try Parade Ice Arena or Richfield’s Ice Arena

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