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Melissa W.
Verified
Report | 12 days ago
This place is fun. Porta Potty smells real bad so use the bathroom before you go. Friendly staff.
Leah G.
Verified
Report | 18 days ago
It's a really good deal if you don't mind the older shoes and outdoors. It's fun for the kids and it supports the rink anyways, why not?!
Toya C.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Dress very warm!
marty o.
Verified
Report | a month ago
This is a family environment. It is fun for everyone.
Karen C.
Verified
Report | a month ago
A nice place to go ice skating. Very nice instructors.
Lemina M.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Its a great place for beginners and experienced ppl. With friends and family
Ann S.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
Wear warm clothes. We did not know it was an outdoor rink, that is nice for the skaters it makes it feel as if you are in area where you skate outside whenever you find a frozen pond. The spectator s though get a bit cold if not prepared.
Samounn p.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
Dress warm.
Matthew B.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
The ice rink is both indoor/outdoor. It is surrounded by walls but they have no roof. They have tarps that go across that can be pulled back to control the amount of sunlight on the ice. There were a lot of people there when we went, which made it pretty crazy on the ice but it was still lots of fun. They might need to smooth the ice more frequently but that is the only complaint.
Sara
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
no longer an indoor rink.
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From Our Editors

Iceland Ice Skating Rink welcomed local skaters and hockey players for 70 years, until an arsonist’s match burned the facility to the ground in 2010. But, thanks to a committed community effort, volunteers got the facility back in operation in less than a year, clearing 1,000 cubic yards of debris, polishing and lacing 400 pairs of skates, and refreezing the rink’s icy surface. Today, the rink's instructors give back to the community that embraced them in their time of need, grooming aspiring figure skaters and teaching young hockey players to body-check dangerous-looking penguins.

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