Outdoor Skating Rinks

Although we are grateful to be open, we do need to let you know about some restrictions we have in place, to keep our staff and visitor’s safe, using the guidelines set by the CDC. 

Changes for the warming sheds are as follows:

  • Masks are required in order to enter the building.
  • There is a limit as to how many people can be in the building at a time.  Most rinks can hold up to 6-8 people at a time. 
  • Benches are marked off every 6-feet to comply with social distancing.
  • Families may be inside together and take spaces between the 6-foot markings.
  • There is a 10-minute time limit to sit inside the shed.
  • No eating inside the building, because this requires removing your mask.
  • Please bring your own water bottle.
  • Rink attendants will sanitize all touched surfaces, a minimum of twice daily.
  • Borrowed gear will be sanitized between each use

Changes for the outdoor areas are as follows:

  • If you are playing hockey with a group, you are encouraged to wear a mask.  If you are wearing a helmet, you may want to use a splashguard to help protect yourself and others.
  • Try keeping contact to a minimum.

Hours & Facilities

Skating rink attendants will be at the rinks and warming sheds will be open:
Monday-Friday 4-9pm 
Saturday 1-9pm 
Sunday 1-8pm

Scroll down to see the addresses of the rinks.  Please note that phones are only answered during warming shed hours and do not accept voicemail.

The public is welcome to use the rinks outside of staffed hours however, attendants will not be on site, warming sheds will not be open, and rink lights will not be on. We ask that people stay off the ice during flood days and during weather related closures in order to help keep the ice in ideal conditions.
The skating program accepts gently used hockey and figure skates to have available for free public use at all rinks. Sizes and availability can be obtained by calling warming sheds. 

If the windchill reaches -25 degrees, rinks will be closed. For updates you may call the Parks & Rec Hotline: 715-395-7299 or like the City's Facebook page for the latest updates!

Each rink is closed one day a week for flooding, check with attendant. Warming shelter/portable toilet available at each location.
Click for the rink flooding schedule.

Guardians will need to sign emergency cards for any skaters under the age of 18. 

Helmet Policy

Hockey helmets are required on hockey rinks! On October 20, 2009, the Common Council, at the recommendation of the Parks and Recreation Commission, went on record in support of the policy: "The City of Superior requires the use of helmets on our hockey rinks for people 16 and under."

Rink Locations and Information

Allouez Skating Rink
Billings Park Skating Rink
Carl Gullo Skating Rink
Pattison Skating Rink
Red Barn Skating Rink
South End location
Wade Bowl Skating Rink