Ice Rinks

The City of Winona Parks and Recreation Department maintains eight free public skating rinks throughout the City from December through February. 

View the list of ice rinks in Winona.

General Safety & Skating Rules

Please follow these rules to ensure a safe and pleasant skating experience:

  • The City of Winona is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • Dogs (leashed or unleashed) are not allowed at this park.
    • City ordinance 36.03 Animals in Public Parks
  • Hockey is not allowed: no pucks, sticks, or goals.
  • Parents/guardians are responsible to watch and care for their own children.
  • Public skating is available seven days a week from 8:00 AM-9:00 PM.
  • The rink is not staffed or supervised; skate at your own risk; helmets are recommended.
  • Skates must be worn on the ice at all times.
  • Stay off the rink if the surface is not completely frozen, during inclement weather, and when staff is clearing snow or resurfacing the ice.
  • Tag, racing, keep away, sticks or pucks (or other shooting devices), taking of hats, gloves, or mittens, tossing of snowballs, etc. are prohibited.
  • Zero tolerance on:
    • Acts of Violence
    • Bullying
    • Profanity
    • Verbal Threats

Patrons should keep in mind that this rink is a public resource and a place for fun and personal development for all ages and abilities; please help preserve a positive environment by honoring this Code of Conduct and reporting any violations to the City of Winona Department of Parks and Recreation.

Zero Tolerance

There is zero tolerance of any forms of abuse, harassment, and/or bullying. The City of Winona reserves the right to dismiss a patron whose behavior violates these rules, endangers his or her own safety, or the safety of others.


Patrons using the outdoor City rinks do so at their own risk and voluntarily assume all risks associated. The City of Winona does not accept responsibility for related risks or injuries. Users are personally responsible for ensuring they are fit to participate in physical activities.

Anyone with a condition affecting his or her ability to participate must take appropriate safety precautions to ensure his or her own safety and is encouraged to be accompanied by an adult or guardian knowledgeable about their condition.