Even when the temperatures drop and snow has fallen, your parks are still great places for fun!
Jaycee Park Ice Rink & Warming Shelter
Ice skating at Jaycee Park is a great outdoor experience! When temperatures are consistently below freezing and conditions allow for safe use of the ice, Park District staff will clear the rink area and signage will beckon skaters. A warming shelter and restrooms are available at the park. The rink is lighted for evening skating and closes at 9:00 pm. To check to see if the Jaycee Park ice rink and warming shelter are open, please visit the RainOut Line.
Lions Park Sled Hill
Lions Park is excellent for sledding. When covered with snow, the park’s rolling hills offer great family fun. The park closes at dusk. To check to see if the Lions Park sled hill is open, please visit the RainOut Line.
Cross Country Skiing
The grounds at Lions Park, Kaper Park, and the walking paths at Sands Main Street Prairie are terrific for cross-country skiing. This is the perfect activity for winter exercise.