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Idaho Ice World
7072 S Eisenman Road
Boise, ID 83716
(208) 331-0044
Two indoor ice rinks 98.5 x 200

Boise FSC #2310 (NWP/P)
Address: % Mike Kirkmire, 2177 E Easy Jet Street, Meridian, ID 83642; (208) 890-8576
Principal HQ: Idaho Ice World, 7072 S Eisenman Road, Boise, ID 83716; (208) 331-0044
Idaho Falls
Tauphaus Park Ice Arena
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
(208) 529-0941
85 x 185 ft. unheated indoor rink, open seasonally from November 1st to March 31st. 

Idaho Falls FSC #1194 (NWP/P)
Address: PO Box 51504, Idaho Falls, ID 83405
Principal HQ: Facility usage form not on file at time of directory printing. Please contact U.S. Figure Skating Headquarters for status.
Coeur D'Alene
KYRO Ice Rink
W Seltice Way
Coeur D'Alene, ID 83814
(208) 765-4423
A new NHL size indoor ice skating rink is under construction.  The new facility will accomodate viewing from the heated lobby.  It will be equipped with concessions, skate rental, and party rooms.  Target opening date is August, 2011

Inland Northwest FSC #1208 (NWP/P)
Address: % Jerry Watson, 3089 W Fairway Drive, Coeur D’ Alene, ID 83815; (208) 667-7665
Principal HQ: Facility usage form not on file at time of directory printing. Please contact USFSfor status.

Satellite Rink: Eagles Ice Arena, N 6321 Addison, Spokane, WA 99208; (509) 489-9303
Manchester Ice & Event Centre
200 E Lake Street
McCall, ID 83638
(208) 634-3570
Indoor NHL ice-skating rink and grandstand seating

McCall FSC #4652 (NWP/P) 
Address: PO Box 808, McCall, ID 83638; (208) 634-3570 x302

Principal HQ: Manchester Ice & Event Centre, 200 E Lake Street, McCall, ID 83638; (208) 634-3570
Palouse Ice Rink
Rotary Veterans Memorial Pavilion
1021 Harold Street
Moscow, ID 83843
(208) 882-7188
65 x 165 ft rink is covered  with an open end, it is not open year round. Skating season is typically late October to early April.

Palouse Hills SC #1746 (NWP/P) 
Address: PO Box 8293, Moscow, ID 83843; (509) 332-7311

Principal HQ: Rotary Ice Pavilion, 1021 Harold Street, Moscow, ID 83843; (208) 882-7188
City of Salmon ice rink
Outdoor seasonal, refrigerated 80 x 100 ft. rink

Sun Valley
Sun Valley Skating Center
1 Dollar Loop Road
Sun Valley, ID 83353
(208) 622-2194
Indoor and outdoor 85 x 185 ft rink. Both operate all year.

Sun Valley FSC, Inc. #2240 (NWP/P)
Address: PO Box 351, Sun Valley, ID 83353; (208) 622-8020

Principal HQ: Sun Valley Skating Center, 1 Dollar Loop Road, Sun Valley, ID 83353

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