Built in 1969, the Roseville Ice Arena is the home of the Roseville Area High School boys and girls hockey teams, Roseville Figure Skating Club, Roseville Area Youth Hockey Association. During the summer months, the Roseville Ice Arena is home to the Midwest College and High School Hockey Leagues.
The Roseville Ice Arena also offers an extensive schedule of public sessions including Open Hockey, Open Skating, Open Figure Skating, Skatercise, Skating Lessons (ISI Certified), and Adult Long Blades.
The Roseville Ice Arena has a capacity of 2,000 spectators, seven locker rooms, and a concessions stand. The ice arena is surrounded by a 1/7th mile-long indoor walking track.
Open Hockey/ Public Skating Sessions
10 Session Punch Card
Skate Rental (limited sizes available)
Senior Skating Session
***Group outings, please call 651,792,7124 to schedule a time to visit the Skating Center/OVAL.
Indoor Walking Track
The Roseville Skating Center offers a free indoor walking track. The track is located around the indoor ice arena. Seven laps around the track is equal to one mile. The track is covered with a rubber surface to minimize the stress on the body during exercise.
Installation of Roseville’s geothermal system to make ice and to heat and cool is a sustainable green source of energy. It is more efficient and produces less carbon than traditional energy sources. Using geothermal technologies, the City of Roseville will capture waste heat and ground source energy to warm buildings. Heat pumps and exchangers will cool the facilities and make ice.