Where to Ice Skate In Duluth
We live in the frozen tundra, so naturally there are a few places to skate both indoor and outdoor. Here are the places to go.
There are always a lot options to bring the family skating. Keep in mind, rinks will be closed if the wind chill reaches -20 degrees or if warm weather creates puddles of water on the rink. Here are the following outdoor rinks:
- Bayfront Festival Park (350 Harbor Dr.)
- Norton Park (Coleman Street & 81st Ave. W.)
- Merritt Park (4017 W. 7th St.)
- Lafayette Park (3016 Minnesota Ave.)
Also a heads up, Bayfront Family Center is usually staffed, but the other three outdoor rinks are not. There will also be indoor skating at Essentia Duluth Heritage Sports Center this Friday from 1:30-3:30 pm as well as throughout the school year every Wednesday from 6:30-8pm,. Make sure to bring your own skates, however there are some skates available to borrow. As always, children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
You can always skate the Lakewalk like one man already did this winter too. Have some family fun this winter by taking advantage of the skating options offered throughout the city.