Winter Outdoor Ice Rink

The Outdoor Ice Rink is located in the Waterpark parking lot at 100 N. Catalpa Ave during the winter.

Please check the hotline for ice conditions at 630-616-7558 for opening and closing information. Sign up for email or text notifications at and select the Ice Rink Updates list.


Check for the green flag on the flag pole to indicate the rink if OPEN for free public use. Please only skate when there is a green flag up, for your safety. Thank you and enjoy the ice rink.
2018 Girl on rink

Outdoor Ice Skating

The Itasca Park District has an unsupervised skating rink located at the north parking lot of the Itasca Waterpark at 100 North Catalpa.

Skating Conditions

Please check the flag pole and display board outside the Waterpark for skating conditions.
  • Green Flag - The green flag signifies safe to skate on cleared areas during open hours.
  • Red Flag - The red flag signifies no skating due to unsafe ice conditions.
  • Sign up for text or email alerts by visiting, enter your email address and select the Ice Rink Updates list.
  • Skating conditions will also be available on the Itasca Park District Hotline at 630-616-7558.
  • The Itasca Park District Recreation Center number is 630-773-2257.

Ice Rink Hours

  • Monday-Friday
    1:30 - 8:30 p.m.
  • Saturday-Sunday
    11 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Designated Hockey Hours

  • Tuesday and Thursday
    3 - 5 p.m.
  • Saturday
    2:30 - 5 p.m.
  • Sunday
    11 a.m - 2 p.m.
In the event that there are no participants for hockey during the designated hours the rink will be available for open skate. In the event that there are no participants for open skate during non-hockey hours, participants may play hockey. Please be courteous of other participants and the designated hours.   

The nearest warming area and restrooms are located at the Itasca Community Library during their open hours. The Village of Itasca Police Station is also available for a warming area and restrooms. Please do not wear ice skates into the warming areas.    

Please note that it takes several days of temperatures well below freezing for good ice to be made and for it to be deemed safe for skating.

Contact Steve by email or call 630-773-2257 with any questions.