* February 26 – March 24 – 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
Ice Park offers the best in family entertainment! Ice Alaska is in its 24th year hosting the largest annual ice art competitions and exhibitions worldwide. The Fairbanks event, the BP World Ice Art Championships, has grown to a month long attraction involving over 70 teams from all over the world. The competitions, and the accompanying kids park, attract more than 100 ice artists and approximately 45,000 visitors from Alaska and all over the world.
We are excited to be in our 2nd year at our new location. The new George Horner Ice Park has a larger, deeper pond – O’Grady Pond Too – that produces abundant world class ice. The Single Block sculptures are nestled in a grove of trees and Multi-Block ice sculptures have a back drop of large trees with attractive sunscreens separating each piece. The center of the park provides ample open space for all the Kids Park activities which are highlighted by the big slides and an ice skating rink.