Ice skating on the plaza under the clock tower at Deep River Waterpark will open the Friday after Thanksgiving (weather permitting). Ice skating birthday parties are available. Call 219-947-7850 or see www.deepriverwaterpark.com
The 14,500 square foot Deep River Ice Plaza, food stands, heated bathrooms, U.S. 30 Surf Shop and Group and Season pass sales offices will open for the first ever season of ice skating. The plaza area will be decorated with seasonal lighting. Parking is free. Food, beverages and coolers are not permitted into the park. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted anywhere on Park Department property.
Dates: November 24, 2012 through February 24, 2013 (Weather permitting)
Hours of Operation:
|Saturdays||Noon - 10 p.m.|
|Sundays||Noon - 9 p.m.|
|Open on school holidays|
Group & Birthday Parties: Call 219-947-7850 ext. 604 for reservations. Group discounts available. We love birthdays -- Includes food and drink. Ten person minimum. Call 219-947-7850 ext. 604 to book your party early.
|Non Waterpark Pass Holders||Waterpark Season Pass Holders*|
|Adult (14 years +)||$5.00||$4.00|
|Age 14 and younger||$4.00||$3.00|
|Seniors(62 years +)||$4.00||$3.00|
* These rates are good for valid 2012 Deep River Waterpark season pass holders through December 31, 2012 only. These rates will be valid starting January 1, 2013 for valid 2013 pass holders only. Valid season pass holders also receive 10% off sales in the U.S. 30 Surf Shop.
The park may close due to inclement weather at management's discretion. Inclement weather is considered to be weather over 40 degrees Fahrenheit, rain, severe cold and/or extreme winter conditions.
For safety reasons, the Lake County Parks reserves the right to close any winter program when the wind chill factor falls to dangerous levels.
For reservations and more information about the Lake County Parks Call 219-769-PARK
Mon-Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm Central Time (Chicago Time)
Lake County Parks and Recreation Department Corporate Office
8411 East Lincoln Highway, Crown Point, Indiana 46307
Just west of Deep River WaterparK 4.5 miles east of I-65 on Route 30