Des Plaines Park District

Ice Skating and Sledding

ARNDT PARK SLED HILL

Map and directions.

Rules & Regulations

The Arndt Park Sled Hill is an unsupervised recreation area.
You assume the full risk and responsibility for determining that all conditions are safe for using
the hill for sledding, snowboarding, and similar activities. You further assume full risk and responsibility for any injury resulting from using the sled hill, or from being on or around the sled hill.

When is the sled hill open?

During daylight hours, when the amount of snow is sufficient for sledding.
After dusk, when the lights are on, the sled hill closes at 10:00pm.
After dusk, if the lights are not on, the sled hill is closed.
Sledding, snowboarding, and similar activities are only permitted within the fenced area.


PARK DISTRICT ICE SKATING RINKS

Current Conditions

We need several days of below freezing temperatures in order to fill the rinks and make good, smooth ice.
Updates are posted here and on Facebook. You can also call 847-391-5700 and 847-391-5711 for up to date information on ice conditions across the district.

Updated 2/21/17
The ice rinks have all been taken down in preparation for spring activities in the parks. See you next winter!
Lake Park
Cornell Park
Because this is a residential area, we ask that late night skaters be considerate of our neighbors.
West Park
Bluett Park
Our crew works in the early morning hours to make ice at the four outdoor rinks. If you see them, say hi. Or bring them a hot cocoa!

Rules & Regulations

The Park District provides unsupervised ice skating areas only in these parks:

You assume the full risk and responsibility for determining that all conditions are safe for skating,
ice hockey, and similar activities, and you further assume all risk and responsibility for any injury
resulting from using any unsupervised ice skating areas.

If you have questions about the ice, please call Oakwood Maintenance Facility: 847-391-5744 (M–F, 8:30–3:00)
Administrative & Leisure Center: 847-391-5700 (M–F, 8:30–5:00)
Prairie Lakes Community Center: 847-391-5711 (M–F, 5:30–9:30; S/S 7:00–5:00)