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The Pettit National Ice Center is an official U.S. Olympic Training Site located in the heart of Southeastern Wisconsin. One of only a handful of indoor ovals in the world, the 3,000-seat center houses a 400-meter indoor speed skating oval and two Olympic-size ice rinks used for hockey, figure skating, short track speed skating, wheelchair hockey and more. Take advantage of this world-class facility by joining Olympic athletes, skating clubs, recreational skaters and health enthusiasts in all the Pettit Center has to offer.
The Pettit Center depends upon corporate sponsorships and charitable support in order to maintain and renew the facility and its operations. We are grateful to our sponsors who value the relationship with the Pettit and our purpose. We also thank current donors for their charitable support of the Pettit.

If you are not a sponsor or donor, we ask you to support the Pettit Center and enjoy the benefits of healthy, skating-related activities or help us through your contribution to provide those opportunities for our Milwaukee community.

Pettit National Ice Center Mission Statement

The Pettit National Ice Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that supports the development and health benefits of skating among people of all ages and abilities. The Pettit Center actively promotes to the general public, young and old, the mental and physical rewards of recreational skating. Designated an Olympic Training Site and one of only 12 indoor Olympic Ovals in the world; the Center also helps prepare amateur athletes for local, regional, national and international competition in speed skating.

Pettit National Ice Center Vision Statement

Through education, competitive training and recreational programs, the Pettit National Ice Center promotes positive development and a healthy lifestyle for people of all ages.

  • USA Hockey
  • US Figure Skating
  • USA Curling
  • US Speed Skating
Pettit National Ice Center 500 South 84th Street Milwaukee, WI 53214
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