City of Prior Lake, MN
City of Prior Lake, MN

Skate Park and Ice Rinks

PARK OFFERINGS

Park & Trail Map
Park Amenities

PARK INFORMATION

Weather Hotline (952) 447-9825

Recreation Department
(952) 447-9820

Inline Skate Park Hours:
Same as regular park hours:
5 a.m. - 10 p.m. Daily

WARMING HOUSE HOURS

ICE RINK AND WARMING HOUSE OPEN BEGINNING DEC. 21

Monday - Friday: 5 - 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday & School Holidays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.

Christmas Eve & Christmas Day: CLOSED

New Year's Eve & New Year's Day: Noon - 9 p.m.

ICE RINK INFORMATION

Equipment rental is not available at this facility, please provide your equipment.

Prior Lake Parks and Recreation maintains one inline skate park at Lakefront Park. There are two boarded hockey rinks and one pleasure skating rink at Lakefront Park along with a warming house and a sliding hill with lights.

LAKEFRONT PARK RINKS and WARMING HOUSE

The warming house (5000 Kop Parkway) and ice rinks are open at Lakefront Park whenever weather conditions allow for making ice. Check our warming house hotline at (952) 447-9825 for most current updates. Equipment rental is not available at this facility, please provide your equipment.

MAKING ICE TAKES MORE THAN COLD WEATHER

Making an outdoor ice rink is weather dependent. Staff begins the process in early winter by insulating and sealing the drains in the two paved hockey rinks at Lakefront Park. When the temperatures are below freezing, and the extended forecast looks like they will remain that way, staff will begin flooding the rinks with layers of water utilizing a water tanker truck. Most of the flooding occurs in the overnight hours when it is the coldest and there is no competition from the sun. It can take one or two weeks to make the six to eight inches of ice needed to open the rinks for skaters. The pleasure rink at Lakefront Park will usually take a week longer to obtain skateable ice as it is built on grass. Snow events will slow this process down when ice making staff is needed for snow plowing operations. For up to date ice rink conditions, please call the weather hotline at 952-447-9825.

family with sleds


SCOTT COUNTY WINTER ACTIVITIES
Click here to learn about winter activities throughout Scott County.
The Hotline for snowmobile questions, concerns and complaints is (952) 447-9787.

INLINE SKATE PARK at LAKEFRONT PARK
The Lakefront Skate Park, 5000 Kop Parkway, is home to one of the finest skate parks in Scott County and admission is FREE. The park is open seven days a week during regular park hours, 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., to residents and nonresidents alike. It features 3- and 4-foot ramps and other equipment for skateboards, inline skates, bikes and non-motorized scooters.
The equipment/ramps at the park are Tier 1 (less than 48 inches tall). A helmet and other protective equipment such as elbow pads, knee pads and wrist guards are REQUIRED for all users. Sorry, rental equipment is not available. For additional information, call (952) 447-9820.