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Parade Ice Garden

600 Kenwood Parkway, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Phone: 612-370-4846

Parade Ice Garden offers premier indoor ice skating to the public year round. Parade has three ice rinks open to individuals of all ages, skills and interest levels: a 96 x 56 studio rink, and two full size rinks at 200 x 85 feet each. It features a large concession area, lockers and a comfortable location to change into skates. Built in 1973, the Parade complex dates back more than 100 years.

Parade Public Skating Flyer

Figure Skating is popular at Parade. Skaters can take individual and group lessons and use the ice to practice on their own. Parade offers figure skating shows and competitions.

Hockey players of all ages use Parade for practice and games. Many high schools, colleges and even the Minnesota Wild practice at the Ice Garden.

Public Skating is a great way to cool off in the summer or get out of the cold in the winter.

Rent Ice Time for figure skating and hockey groups, birthday parties, family celebrations or office parties. Call or stop by the Parade ice arena to reserve ice time.

Parade isn't simply about ice: Turf is laid on one rink in mid-March for indoor soccer and lacrosse.

Looking for Outdoor Ice Rinks?
Outdoor ice rinks more than 20 parks citywide open as soon as ice conditions allow. Many offer separate rinks for general skating and recreational uses such as hockey, broomball and pond hockey. View outdoor ice rink locations.

 

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