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Skating Rinks, Warming Houses Now Open in Woodbury

The city announced the news Thursday.

With the exception of Shawnee Park, Woodbury’s outdoor skating rinks and warming houses are open for the season.

Shawnee Park is expected to open Friday, according to a note from the city’s InTouch system. The city will continue to flood the rinks in an effort to achieve “optimal and safe ice conditions.”

The rinks are open from the end of December through the end of February, depending on weather. There are five warming houses in operation at outdoor skating rinks:

  • Colby Lake Park
  • Evergreen West Park
  • Kargel Park
  • Ojibway Park
  • Shawnee Park

The city maintains unsupervised skating rinks at Pioneer Park and the Tamarack Nature Preserve.

Warming House Hours

School Days (District 833)

Colby Lake, Evergreen West, Kargel, Ojibway and Shawnee: 4-9 p.m.

Saturday

Colby Lake, Evergreen West, Kargel and Shawnee: noon to 8 p.m. Ojibway: Closed 

Sunday

Colby Lake, Evergreen West, Kargel and Shawnee: 1-8 p.m. Ojibway: Closed

School Vacation Days (District 833)

Colby Lake, Evergreen West and Kargel: noon to 9 p.m. Shawnee and Ojibway: 4-9 p.m.

*Via the city's website on rinks and warming houses

Other Info

—Outdoor skating rinks will close during extreme weather. For the latest warming house information, call the city’s weather line at 651-714-3569.

—It is illegal to drive or park on park paths without proper authorization.

—For other opportunities to ice skate, visit the Bielenberg Sports Center page for open skate times and fees.

—To reserve a rink or warming house, contact the Woodbury Parks and Recreation Department at 651-714-3583 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, at least five days in advance of the proposed date of usage.

 

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