Ice Skating at Maggie Daley Park

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Ice Skating at Maggie Daley Park
Courtesy Maggie Daley Park
Maggie Daley Skating Ribbon

The Maggie Daley Park ice ribbon looks like a Mario Kart track, but you won't have to worry about dodging koopa shells or banana peels while you glide around the quarter-mile circuit. The Park Department claims that the slippery ring can accommodate up to 700 skaters, so you'll need to arrive early if you want to set a new course record. The rink opens mid-November and runs through March.

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Magz C

Very disappointed. Came there today on Sunday at 8:00 pm and they told Me they close a on Sundays at8:00 pm. That's what they state online. Giving wrong information to people.

Laura R
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Maggie Daley Park is a blast, especially since the new ice skating rink opened up. Prepare to possibly wait in line for a bit, but it's worth it. The skating ribbon is a little more challenging than your standard rink (there are a couple of slight inclines) but you get great views and a pretty good workout while you're at it. 

Clayton Guse
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Ice skating is pretty fun, but ice skating on a sloped ribbon in the middle of one of the greatest skylines in the world is straight up dope. Pro tip: Avoid the long lines for skate rental and bring your own—it'll save you at least 30 minutes and you can walk right on.