According to Lemony Snicket, author of A Series of Unfortunate Events, “All Good Slides Are Slippery”. At the Ice Alaska Kids’ Park, a playground constructed entirely out of ice, this is indeed a true statement. When asked, one visitor to the park recently said they are “slick and awesome.”
The kids’ park is an ice fantasyland of slides. There are so many slides your kids will be kept busy sliding, squirming, bumping, wiggling, whooping and screaming for hours as they go up and down all the slide structures. To name a few of the slides there are Castle slides, a Moose slide, a Tea Pot slide, Rocket Ship slides, Dragon slides, Bat slides, and a giant Mother Goose Shoe slide. In addition to all these slides there are the “big” 4 lane slides, 200-300 feet long.
The park also has life-size sculptures for climbing in and on such as an octopus, sea horses, turtles, 6 race cars, spinners or twirlees, challenging and puzzling mazes and a train to climb through. At night, the entire Kids’ Park is lit with colored lights, creating an even more magical atmosphere.
The park will close on March 31 at 10:00PM so bundle up the kids now, grab your sleds (cardboard will work also) and head to the Ice Alaska Kids’ Park, a place for true family entertainment.