Whether you are a beginner looking for public skating, freestyle skating or playing hockey - we have a program for you!
The ice arena features two NHL sized rinks. Originally constructed in 1971 with one indoor rink and one outdoor rink. The second sheet of ice was enclosed in 1995 in part of a $3.5 million renovation. The arena received its namesake from John Lindell, who served as Royal Oak’s Director of Parks and Recreation for 16 years. The rink is home to the Royal Oak Hockey Association, New Edge Figure Skating Club, the Royal Oak Ravens High School Hockey Team and Shrine Knights High School Hockey Team.
Sabrina is a native of Paris, France. She skated for 14 years with the French Flying Club and went on to teach all levels of French figure skaters until her move to Michigan in 2004. In the past several years, Prevost has taught local skaters in West Bloomfield, Mount Clemens, and Southfield before joining the Royal Oak staff in 2010.