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Eagle Town Park Ice Rink

Each winter the Eagle Ice Dads, a group of volunteers from town, build and maintain ice rinks right in front of the Centennial Park stage.  These rinks are free to use and open to the public.  Andy Clark is the unofficial leader of the group, and his company Alliance Moving Systems helps foot the bill for some of the materials, storage, etc.

In true community spirit, there is a job box at the park with assorted gear that is free to use.  As it’s all donated, there are no guarantees about sizes or quantities available.  If you do get a new pair of skates or have some sitting around in your attic, put them to good use and drop them in the job box for everyone to enjoy.  Stop by the park most any night for some skating with family, stick and puck work, or just hanging out by the fire pit with friends.

As these rinks are naturally cooled, there may be times that the temperatures do not allow for skating.  To help keep the ice in good shape for as long as possible, please respect the signage around the park regarding closures.  There are also times that the ice is being used for events or tournaments. For more information, check out eagletownparkicerink.com

To register for the Rocky Mountain Pond Hockey Championships, click HERE

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