Ice House Figure Skating
About Figure Skating at the Ice House
The Ice House is a year round training facility designed to meet the needs of beginners to Olympic Champions. Our primary goal is to assist skaters in reaching their maximum potential. Opened in 1996 complete with four ice surfaces and a 7,500 sq. ft. off ice training facility, the Ice House is one of the largest training facilities of its kind. Training National, World and Olympic Medalists, the Ice House has created an environment that is able to accommodate the needs of skaters in every capacity with one of the biggest learn to skate programs in the country and World-Class training for both beginners and international skaters.
The Ice House has been home to 2002 Olympic Champion, Sarah Hughes, 2002 Olympic Champion Elena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze, 1998 Olympic Champions Oksana Kazakova and Artur Dmitriev, World Silver Medalist Sasha Cohen, 3-time National Pairs Champions Kyoko Ina and John Zimmerman, 5-time National Dance Champions Naomi Lang and Peter Tchernychev and many other internationally acclaimed skaters.
We offer 16 hours of ice time daily for singles, pairs and dancers.
The Ice House has trained:
- 22 National Team members
- 13 World Team members
- 11 Olympic Team members