All Seasons Ice Arena – Location, Hours & More

all seasons ice arena and rinks in naperville

Parents may wonder how to keep their children active and busy during the winter months.  Luckily, All Seasons Ice Arena and Rinks offers the perfect solution by offering both hockey and learn-to-skate programs not only in winter, but all year long.

Public sessions are also available so that all members of the family can enjoy this classic winter pastime no matter what season of the year it actually is.

All Seasons Location & Phone

  • 31W330 North Aurora Road – Naperville, IL 60563
  • 630-851-0755

map of all seasons ice arena in naperville

This is located South of I-88, East of Eola Road, and one and a half miles West of Route 59. Most Naperville residents will recognize this location as being just past the vehicle emissions test facility. Just keep going west instead of making a left turn, pass under the bridge, and it’s there on the north side of the street.

Public Skate Hours & Fees

  • Saturday and Sunday – 3:30pm to 5pm
  • Monday through Friday – 11:40am to 12:50pm
  • $6 for adults, $5 for children, $3 for skate rental

all seasons logoThe facility offers two full-sized ice rinks, a ballet room, and an exercise facility. You may also rent a room for birthday parties and treat your guests to an ice skating party. If you are interested in attending public skating sessions, learning how to ice skate, taking hockey lessons, figure skating, participating in hockey leagues, fitness training, off-ice training, or ballet classes, the rink offers all of these activities for all age groups.

B&R Sporting Goods is also conveniently located within the same building, making it very convenient to purchase hockey equipment, as well as a few figure skating accessories.

As the parent of an All Seasons figure skater, one of my personal favorite things about this rink is that they hold a spectacular ice show during the Spring.  For three consecutive days, your child can feel like a star as they perform under the spotlights with music, costumes, and professionally video recorded performances. It is truly something to look forward to each year.

All Seasons also holds a Holiday Exhibition, affectionately dubbed the “Christmas show” by we skater moms, near the holidays. This production is fairly low-key in comparison to the spring ice show, yet offers the opportunity for your skaters to really shine and have fun with the sport. There are also other opportunities through the year that allow for the skaters to perform for an audience.

Naperville offers so many fun and interesting activities for families, and All Seasons Ice Arena and Rinks is just one of the many facilities where families can enjoy themselves during the winter or anytime.  Registration for hockey or learn-to-skate programs can be done through the Naperville Park District or in person at the rink. Learn-to-skate programs run for seven-week sessions.  Classes begin as young as the Parent-Tot level, all the way up to adult classes.  Skate rental is also available for $3.50 weekly, or $20 for the seven week session.


This article was contributed by Your Naperville community member, Christy L. Foust.  You can write for us, too. 

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