For residents interested in learning more details about Snoqualmie’s inaugural, outdoor Holiday Ice Rink, the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce and City of Snoqualmie just released all the details for the new winter tradition starting December 2014.
The Chamber and city announced in mid November that they are bringing an Olympic-grade, synthetic (and portable) ice rink to the Snoqualmie Valley for local families and tourists to enjoy.
The ice rink will run December 15th though New Year’s Day 2015. It will be located in two different spots, each for about a week.
Railroad Park Gazebo, December 14th – December 21st
The ice rink will kick off at Railroad Park Gazebo in Historic Snoqualmie, 7971 Railroad Park SE. The event will include visits with the real life Ice Princess and Ice Queen, music, lights, hot cocoa, concession stands and horse and carriage rides. Opening day is December 14th from 1PM – 8PM. Daily skating schedules can be found HERE.
Snoqualmie Community Park, December 23rd – January 1st
The ice rink will then move to Snoqualmie Community Park (near the YMCA), 35016 SE Ridge Street, right as local students begin their winter school break. The rink will be open on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Hours of operation can be found HERE.
$10 for skaters age 11 through adult, includes skate rental
$5 for skaters age 3-10, includes skate rental
[Low income families are eligible for discounted fees. Please call 425-888-6362.]