Even when the temperatures drop and snow has fallen, your parks are still great places for fun! Unsure of where these parks are located, visit our park and facilities map to see everything these parks and others have to offer all year round.
Ice skating at Jaycee Park is a great outdoor experience! The rink will be open to the public when ice is 6″ thick. A warming shelter and restrooms are also available at the park. The rink is lighted for evening skating and closes at 9:00 pm. Signage will be posted on the shelter and our RainOutLine will be updated when the rink is open. You may even subscribe to receive RainOutLine updates via email or text when the ice rink is open or closed.
Lions Park is excellent for sledding. When covered with 2″ of snow, the park’s rolling hills offer great family fun. A “General Sled Hill Use” sign and a “Sled Hill Open/Closed” sign are posted at the top of the hill and our RainOutLine will be updated when the rink is open. You may even subscribe to receive RainOutLine updates via email or text when the ice rink is open or closed. The park closes at dusk.
Cross Country Skiing
Cross country skiing is the perfect activity for winter exercise. The grounds at Lions Park, Hoffman Park, and Sands Main Street Prairie are terrific for cross-county skiing. Parks close at dusk.