Ice Rinks & Sled Hills

2023-24 Condition Report - Closed for the season

The Park District makes ice between December 15 and February 15- weather permitting. The Park District does not utilize refrigerant coils for establishing ice rinks. Making ice requires a prolonged period of time when both the daytime and evening temperatures remain below freezing with several inches of frost in the ground.  

Arlington Heights Park District prohibits ice skating on any pond or lake.  The constant flow of water does not allow them to freeze solid enough for skaters. 

Rinks are designated for free skate and hockey for the safety of all skaters.  We ask that you please respect each other. 

Thank you.

Updated: 02/16/2024 10:15 am

Park Location

Ice Rink Status
Arlington Ridge Center - Legacy Park
Free Skate
Check_Mark Closed  
Camelot Park 
Hockey- with boards & Lights
Check_Mark Closed 
Frontier Park
Free Skate
 Check_Mark Closed
Heritage Park
Free Skate
Check_Mark Closed
Heritage Park
Hockey- with boards & Lights 
**Push button activator for lights located on pole near Tennis Courts.
Check_Mark Closed 
Hickory Meadows
Hockey - no boards with Lights
Check_Mark Closed 
Pioneer Park 
Free Skate with Lights
Check_Mark Closed 
Recreation Park
Hockey - short boards with Lights
Check_Mark Closed

Check_Mark= Closed check= Open


Sled hills will be inspected after all facilities and parking lots are cleared of snow.  Sled hills will be open when adequate snow cover will allow for safe sledding.  

Sledding is only allowed in designated areas where sled hill rules signage is posted.  Areas posted with signs prohibiting sledding are not scheduled for inspections. 

Park Location

Sled Hill Status

Green Slopes- west side
Sled Hill
  Check_Mark Closed 
Heritage
Sled Hill
  Check_Mark Closed
Nickol Knoll- baseball field
Sled Hill
  Check_Mark Closed 
Sunset Meadows- Southwest corner.
Sled Hill

  Check_Mark Closed

                                                                                  Check_Mark  = Closed check= Open

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