Skating in Ridgewood

One of the benefits of frigid temps is outdoor ponds to skate on. Ok, maybe that the ONLY benefit.The Department of Parks and Recreation monitors the ice for safety and updates daily on their site. |

As of Jan 4, here are the ponds that are ready for a whirl:
Twinney Pond (Red Birch Court) 
Gypsy Pond (off Rock Road)
Habernickel Pond (Hillcrest Road) 

No skating is allowed on King’s Pond (Lakeview Drive) or Graydon Pool (corner N. Maple and Linwood)

Check for updates, or call the Stable at 201-670-5560 during business hours, weekdays from 8:30 to 4:30 p.m.

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