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Welcome to the Bloomington Ice Center,
Bloomington's coolest Recreational Facility!
We are attached to the Grossinger Motors Arena and offer a variety of ice skating programs throughout the year. Some of the programs offered by the Bloomington Ice Center are: Learn to Skate classes for all ages, Learn to Play Hockey classes for all ages, Youth and Adult Hockey Leagues, Freestyle practice sessions, Stick and Puck, Pick Up Hockey, and of course, Daily Open Skate sessions.
The Bloomington Ice Center has a snack bar, skate rental and lockers for customer convenience.
We also offer Birthday Parties, Skate Sharpening and Skating Accessories (such as laces, hockey tape, socks, mouthguards, gloves and other items). Just click on the links for the information you are looking for!
- Ice Schedule
- Bloomington Ice Center Facility Code
- Locker Room Policy
- Fee Assistance Policy: Learn-to-Skate and Learn-to-Play Hockey
To Register for Bloomington Ice Center Programs:
Summer Hockey Camps
Other Skating Activities
We have a variety of user groups that also offer other skating activities at the Bloomington Ice Center.
- Bloomington Youth Hockey offers travel hockey for those youth players looking for more competitive hockey, this group is USA Hockey sanctioned..
- McLean County Youth Hockey Association offers hockey players in high school a prep league that plays other club high school teams in the area, and the MCYHA is a sanctioned association with USA Hockey.
- Illinois State University (ISU) offers two college club teams. ACHA D1 and D2. Both teams practice and play homes games here at the Bloomington Ice Center and the U.S. Cellular Coliseum.
- Central Illinois Figure Skating Club - Competitive figure skating.
And there is a speed skating organization that rents the facility for practices.
- Central Illinois Girls Hockey Association Inc. (NFP) is organized and operated to promote and facilitate recreational All-Girls hockey in rinks throughout Central Illinois at all ages.
- And there is a speed skating organization that rents the facility for practices.
All of these user groups contact information can be found on the Partners & Sponsors page.
The Bloomington Ice Center monitors its air quality daily. We take carbon monoxide readings daily and record those readings. In addition to this, there are detection devices in the zamboni room to detect any high carbon monoxide readings when the zambonis are started. We have not seen any indication of an issue with the quality of our air in the facility.