Something for Everyone

Jordan Valley Ice Park is the place for recreational and competitive ice hockey providing the perfect entertainment for individuals and families.

We have a wide range of programs for both youth and adults that are open to boys and girls. They are designed for players who are just starting to play ice hockey, making the transition from roller hockey, or are advanced competitive skaters.

All hockey programs follow the USA Hockey guidelines and equipment requirements. Lessons and leagues are grouped according to age and skill level.

Home of the MSU Ice Bears

Jordan Valley Ice Park is home to the MSU Ice Bears, the Springfield Youth Hockey Association, and the Jordan Valley Figure Skating Club. The Ice Park is perfect for birthday parties, group functions or special events. Discounts are available. Interested in watching a game? Find complete game schedules here.

Classes and Programs

Community Sports Development Program (CSDP)  

Ice hockey through the Greater Springfield Community Sports Development Program provides boys and girls with the programs necessary for a young athlete to develop the skills to become the best hockey players they can be. The program offers the latest on-ice and off-ice training techniques essential to taking a player's game to the next level. Jordan Valley Ice Park's prime location in Jordan Valley Park has access to park trails, two full sheets of ice, and a fitness room all in one location. Our focus is to provide a strong fundamental foundation for players in a fun, competitive atmosphere. We allow kids to grow as hockey players without ever having to leave the Springfield area. CSDP provides an opportunity for individual athletes to excel through CSDP group camps, training programs, or by individual lessons. Learn more about our CSDP Hockey Program.

  1. Learn to Play Hockey

    Learn the fundamentals of hockey and basics of hockey skating during this eight-week course. Includes eight free public session passes. $12 annual USFS Basic Skills membership required. Jordan Valley Ice Park Learn To Play Hockey program is the beginning program for of both recreational and competitive players. This program allows for first time skaters to advance at their own pace to their desired playing level. To create a better learning environment, classes are grouped according to age and skill level. The session includes one 30-minute lesson per week, free skate rental, and 1 free public skate session per week. Hockey equipment is available at no charge for Hockey 1-4 participants. Beginner class starts with hockey 1 and intermediate and advanced classes start with hockey 2-4. Register online.

    All ages
    Aug. 13-Oct. 5, Oct. 8-Dec. 7
    Tues., Thurs., and Sat.
    Time varies, see flyer
    $90/session, plus $16/year membership

  2. Adult In-House Hockey League

    Beginner, intermediate and advanced leagues, all non-checking and designed to improve player skills and competition on the ice. Must have current USDA Hockey membership. Register by Sept. 3.

    Ages 18 yrs. and up
    Sept. 15-Dec. 11
    Time varies, see flyer

  3. Jr. Bears In-House Hockey League

    A ten-week non-checking league designed to develop and improve hockey skills. Prerequisite: Learn to Play or other hockey development program. Must have current USDA Hockey membership.  Bring in completed registration form to Jordan Vally Ice Park 2 weeks before session begins.

    Division 1: ages 13-17
    Division 2: ages 9-12
    Sept. 18-Dec. 7
    Time varies, see flyer

  4. Mite Hockey Program

    USA Hockey ADM for ages 8 years and under. Allows young players to develop skills while having fun. Bring in completed registration form to Jordan Vally Ice Park 2 weeks before session begins.

    Ages 8 yrs. and under
    Session 1: Sept. 23-Nov.13
    Session 2: Jan. 6-Feb. 26, 2020
    Session 3: March 30-May 6, 2020
    Time varies, see flyer

Practice Hockey

Adult Drop-In, Adult Stick and Puck, Adult 101, Jr. Drop-In, Parent and Child Stick & Puck.

This class is designed for adults who are just beginning the game and want to learn more about it in a practice setting. High level coaches provide fun drills and skills practices to help skaters become better players for their Adult League hockey teams or just for fun.

Age: All ages
Date: Check monthly schedule
Time: Check monthly schedule
Fee: $7-10, or $120/Annual Stick and Puck Pass