Amelia Park Arena

21 South Broad Street

Amelia Park is an ice arena/sports complex and memorial garden, financed by the late Westfield philanthropist Albert F. Ferst (1919-2011), in memory of his wife Amelia. In 2000, the Ice Arena that Millie envisioned several years ago became a reality. Unfortunately, her early death prohibited this gracious lady from seeing one of the Ferst’s many generous acts to the Westfield community come to fruition. The Albert & Amelia Ferst Operating Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit entity, was formed in 1998, with the express purpose of building & maintaining this recreational facility and garden in her memory. The main building is a 47,000 square foot facility which includes a NHL sized ice rink with seating for 600; party rooms; a skate rental and sharpening area; limited pro-shop; four locker rooms and a food concession area. A 65′ x 170′ outside inline skating rink is located next to the main building and near Amelia’s Garden, a 1.3 acre memorial park.


Teresa Baboolal

Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017

Absolutely gorgeous rink. Clean locker rooms and restrooms. The staff was polite and helpful.

Jake Dougherty

Thursday, Sep. 14, 2017

Nice arena. Pretty clean and great ice!

Jason Giguere

Sunday, April 9, 2017

Had a blast ice skating. Great atmosphere.

Rhonda Rae

Friday, Feb. 3, 2017

We went ice skating in January with a very large group and had a fantastic time!!

Kevin Thurston

Sunday, Dec. 25, 2016

Really nice ice rink. Nice people.