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Casper Ice Arena,
1801 E 4th St,
, WY 82601
(307) 235-8484

Casper FSC #495 (NWP/P)
Address: PO Box 50688, Casper, WY 82605-0688
Principal HQ: Casper Ice Arena, 1801 E 4th Street, Casper, WY 82601;  (307) 235-8484
Victor J. Riley Arena
P.O box 1902
Cody, WY 82414
Phone: (307) 587-1681

Riley Arena was constructed and is governed by a non-profit organization of Park County citizens dedicated to
providing a recreational facility centered on ice skating.

Absaroka FSC #640 (NWP/P)
Address: % Tonia Reed, PO Box 34, Cody, WY 82414
Principal HQ: Facility usage form not on file at time of directory printing. Please contact U.S. Figure Skating Headquarters for status.
Snow King Ice Arena Center,
100 E Snow King Ave
Jackson, WY 83001
(307) 733-5200
Jackson Hole FSC #4170 (NWP/P)
PO Box 8647, Jackson, WY 83002-8647; (307) 733-6677
Snow King Center Ice Rink, 100 East Snow King Ave, Jackson, WY 83001; (307) 734-3000
Rock Springs
Family Recreation Center Ice Arena
3900 Sweetwater Drive
Rock Springs WY 82901
(307) 352-1445

Sweetwater FSC #4130 (NWP/P)
Address: % Lyle Hills, PO Box 1204, Rock Springs, WY 82902; (307) 362-9986
Facility usage form not on file at time of directory printing. Please contact U.S. Figure Skating Headquarters for status.

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