Commons Park has the most cold-weather options and facilities for fun in Fridley—Tony Huber calls it Fridley's Winter Park—but the City of Fridley's Parks and Recreation Department also maintains 10 other ice sheets in town if skating's your thing.
|Briardale Park, 6171 Rice Creek Dr.||X|
|Commons Park, 555 61st Ave. NE||oval||X(2)|
|Flanery Park, 1487 Onondaga St.||X||X|
|Hackmann Park, 1071 Hackmann Cir.||X|
|Hayes Elementary, 615 Mississippi St.||X||X|
|Logan Park, 155 Logan Pkwy.||X|
|Madsen Park, 7358 73rd Ave.||X||X|
|Ruth Circle Park, 9160 Ashton Ave.||X||X|
|Stevenson Elementary, 6050 E. River Rd.||X||X|
|Summit Square Park, 5201 Capitol St.||X|
|Sylvan Hills Park, 6205 Jupiter Dr.||X||
Fridley's one warming house is at Commons Park, open weekdays 3–9 p.m.; and weekends, holidays and school-out days, noon–9 p.m.