Siskiyou Ice Rink

The ice rink’s BIG yard sale fundraising event is happening Sept Sept 17 & 18. Come find an abundance of treasures! Click image for info: rummage-sale-updated

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Siskiyou Ice Rink!

The ice has melted, so come roll with us! Find info about special events, like upcoming opportunities for roller skating lessons with derby girls, on the rink’s website at
and facebook page at

Donations of skates and gear (knee & elbow pads, helmets, gloves) are welcome – ask for a donation receipt if desired for tax purposes.

See you at the rink!

Siskiyou Ice Rink on-site phone: (530) 926-1715

Mt. Shasta Recreation & Parks District: (530) 926-2494

Friends of the Rink (FOR): Phone: (530) 926-5631;
Find out how you can help Siskiyou Ice Rink as a volunteer or business sponsor.

For current information about the rink, visit the Friends of the Rink (FOR) Facebook page at  “Like” the page to keep updated on what’s happening with the rink. You can also visit FOR’s Siskiyou Ice Rink website at for info and to find out how you can get involved with this community effort. To contact FOR directly, email or call (530) 926-5631.

 Siskiyou Ice Rink is located in Shastice Park, 800 Rockfellow Dr. in the City of Mt. Shasta, at the foot of beautiful, majestic, snow-covered Mt. Shasta. View Map  If you’re lucky you may even catch the mountain under a full moon. The rink is 85 feet wide by 200 feet long – making it the only National Hockey League regulation-sized outdoor rink in California. Skating in an open-air rink is a thrill, especially with the magnificent Mt. Shasta scenery surrounding you!

Directions to Siskiyou Ice Rink: Take the Central Mount Shasta exit of I5, which puts you on Lake Street. Drive east on Lake Street through two stoplights. Continue on Lake Street until you come to a stop sign (4-way stop). Turn right on Rockfellow and drive approximately 1/4 mile; look for the Shastice Park sign on the left.Turn into the park and follow the road past the tennis courts (on the left); the road ends at the rink parking lot. The rink is just south of the parking lot. Click here for a map!