Magical Idaho Ice Palace Is Worth The Road Trip From Tri-Cities
There's a lot of beautiful places to travel to from the Tri-Cities and there's an ice palace in Idaho that might be worth checking out this holiday season.
A Great Winter Destination And Road Trip From The Tri-Cities
Nestled in Rigby Idaho, the LaBelle Lake Ice Palace is one of those Northwest wonders worth checking out. It's time to gather up the family, pack the scarves and mittens and head east towards Idaho.
The Ice Palace Is A Must See Winter Destination In Eastern Idaho
If you have never been to the Ice Palace before, you'll discover a bunch of different attractions and activities to check out besides the massive ice palace to walk through.
What Other Activities Are At The Ice Palace
LaBelle Lake Ice Palace has a fire eater, fire dancer, and light dancer. You'll also discover Donner and Blitzen, real-life reindeer, are on-site plus character meet and greets with Disney characters from Frozen.
Take A Peek Inside Idaho's Ice Palace
You can enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride or slide down the numerous ice slides that are available at the facility.
Take a peek at some of the amazing photos of the ice palace:
Idaho Ice Palace Is An Amazing Winter Destination
One of the coolest things that the ice palace offers is the destination sleigh ride. It costs an extra $7 to do it and seems pretty amazing.
Here are the details of the sleigh ride according to the LaBelle Ice Palace website:
The destination sleigh ride takes all riders to the LaBelle Lake resort where we have sled hills, sledding tubes, free hot chocolate and fire pits. You will be dropped off and hop back on when you are ready to return. Please arrive 15-30 minutes early to the ice palace for your sleigh ride to make sure you do not miss your time. You are more than welcome to arrive as early as you want.
The LaBelle Ice Palace will open on December 17th and will stay open through February 2022. Tickets will go on sale on November 24th and you can get more details on the LaBelle Lake Ice Palace here.