About Saint Paul Skating & Hockey Rinks

Saint Paul has seven ice rink locations. Refrigerated hockey rinks are located at Phalen, North Dale, and Palace recreation centers. McMurray Field has three rinks used exclusively for broomball. All hockey rinks have boards and nets. See below for locations, hours, and updates. 

  • Cold Weather Policy: Rinks will close if temperatures reach -25F.
  • Warm Weather Policy: In order to prevent extended closures due to damaged ice, rinks will close if meltwater is visible on the surface.

Ice Rink Updates

Refrigerated ice rinks are closed for the season and natural rinks will no longer be maintained. Thank you for a great skating season! 


Rink Hours & Locations

Rink hours and conditions are subject to change without notice. Rinks will close periodically for maintenance. Designated hockey rinks may be unavailable for open skating during hockey practices or scheduled open hockey times. Please call the numbers listed below to confirm details. For updates on the McMurray broomball rinks, call the weather hotline at 651-558-2118. 

Rink Name


Lighted Hours

Rink Type



Battle Creek Closed Lights turn off at 9pm daily 1G 75 Winthrop St. S. 651.501.6347
Desnoyer Closed Lights turn off at 9pm daily 1Mini, 1H, 1Oval 525 Pelham Blvd 651.266.6400
Edgcumbe Closed Lights turn off at 9pm daily 1G, 1H, 1Mini, 1Oval 320 Griggs St. S. 651.695.3711
Groveland Closed Click to view hours 1G, 2H, 1Oval 2021 St. Clair Ave 651.695.3714
Langford Park Closed Lights turn off at 9pm daily 1G, 2H 30 Langford Park 651.298.5765
North Dale


Lights turn off at 9pm daily 1G, 1H, 1RH 1414 St. Albans St. N. 651.558.2329
Palace Closed Lights turn off at 9pm daily 1RH 781 Palace Ave. 651.298.5677
Phalen Closed Mon-Fri: Lights turn off at 9pm;
Sat & Sun: Lights turn off at 7pm 
1G, 1H, 1RH 1000 E Wheelock Parkway 651.793.6600
Rink Type: H = Hockey G = General RH = Refrigerated Hockey 

Volunteer at a rink

Experience shows the best rinks are those that benefit from the assistance of community volunteers. Volunteers are needed to help with rink flooding and other duties. Night availability is especially desired. Interested in becoming a volunteer? Tell us more by completing the volunteer form.

Please, shovel snow off the ice and over the boards

Our maintenance crew and dedicated volunteers work hard to keep the rinks clear, but Minnesota snow can pile up fast. Even if you feel you can't commit to volunteering, you can still help by shoveling snow when you visit the rinks. Please be sure to shovel snow off the ice and over the boards. When snow gets shoveled against the boards and around the edge of the rink, it often freezes and can quickly reduce the skateable surface area of the rink. Thank you for doing your part to make Saint Paul rinks great.

Last Edited: April 4, 2022