USA Ice Castles Travel Guide

Visiting an ice castle is a must winter activity! This winter you can find ice castles throughout the USA in 5 different locations: Utah, Wisconsin, New York, New Hampshire and Minnesota. Last year, Colorado was also on the list but unfortunately they are not going to build an ice castle there in 2022. I have been to Wisconsin and Utah and loved both. I can assure you that this is a unique experience no matter how old you are.

Each ice castle offers different unique attractions like ice slides, sleigh rides, snow tubing, crawl tunnels for kids, and more! Make sure to check out what each location offers!

Tickets are 15 $ for everyone 12+ years and 11 $ for kids during the weekdays. On weekends tickets are 22 for everyone 12+ years and 16 $ for kids. Tickets sell fast, so make sure to book your as soon as tickets are available. The castles are usually open from mid January to mid/end of February and depend on the weather conditions. Book tickets here.

Locations of the Ice Castles in the USA

Wisconsin – Lake Geneva

The ice castle in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin USA was the first one I have visited and it is my favorite one. I have been there 3 times and hope to go again this year! The experience is magical.

Address: Geneva National Resort & Club, 1091 Hidden Cottage Cir, Lake Geneva, WI 53147

Utah – Midway

Last year I went to see the ice castle in Midway, Utah USA and fell in love with this one as well. Every ice castle and every year is unique since the icicles are man made and never look the same.

Address: Located at Soldier Hollow Nordic Center, 2002 Olympic Drive, Midway, Utah 84049

New York – Lake George

Address: Charles R. Wood Park, 19 W Brook Rd, Lake George, NY 12845

Minnesota – New Brighton

Address: Long Lake Regional Park, 1500 Old Highway 8, New Brighton, MN 55112

New Hampshire – Woodstock

Address: 24 Clark Farm Rd, North Woodstock, NH 03262