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The Ice Center of Washington West Waterbury

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The Ice Center of Washington West
546 River Rd
Waterbury
VT
05676
Tel: 802 244 4040

Directions

FROM THE NORTH - RIGHT OFF EXIT 10 TO STOP SIGN, TURN LEFT ONTO MAIN STREET. GO APPROX. 1 MILE. TURN LEFT ONTO RIVER ROAD (YOU WILL SEE A CONVENIENCE STORE/GAS STATION) TAKE THE ROAD TO THE RIGHT OF THE GAS STATION AND YOU ARE ON YOUR WAY TO THE ICE CENTER. FROM THE SOUTH - LEFT OFF EXIT 10 TO STOP SIGN, TURN LEFT ONTO MAIN STREET. GO APPROX. 1 MILE, TURN LEFT ONTO RIVER ROAD (YOU WILL SEE A CONVENIENCE STORE/GAS STATION) TAKE THE ROAD TO THE RIGHT OF THE GAS STATION AND YOU ARE ON YOUR WAY TO THE ICE CENTER.

Where are we going today?

A great place for lots of icey fun! A place where talented figure skaters have a place to practice. Adult hockey pick up teams have welcomed the Ice Center with open arms. Our learn to skate program is offering a friendly opportunity to test the ice and public skating is a great way to bring the community together.
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