Private Ice Rental
IceWorld has two regulation size ice rinks and private ice time is available to rent for private functions. Please call us if you are considering renting ice privately for hockey, broomball, private parties, conferences, field trips, or other special events. All events must be booked in advance with as much advance notice as possible and pre-payment is required to secure a reservation.
Before calling to book a reservation for private ice, follow the link provided below in order to check availability of the date and time you would like to reserve ice. Availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis and is subject to availability depending upon seasonal Parks & Recreation house leagues, programs, clinics, etc.
Link to check Idaho IceWorld's private ice availability: Private Ice Availability
When "Choosing a Facility" select either IIW Main Rink at IceWorld, and/or, IIW North Rink at IceWorld. Note: IceWorld has two rinks, so it would be advantageous to check availability on both rinks.
What to wear on the ice: click here for "Skating Attire" recommendations.
For additional information or to reserve ice time, please contact Renee at email@example.com or call 208-608-7719.
The current rate for a private ice rental depends on the time frame it is booked.
Rates for ice time:
Monday-Sunday: 8:00am-5:00pm @ $195 an hour + tax
Monday-Sunday: 5:00 - 11:00pm @ $245 an hour + tax
An Ice Rental Agreement is necessary and will be furnished to you depending upon your type of private ice rental at the time you book your reservation.
Businesses require a Certificate of Insurance: COI Insurance Sample.
Individuals without a Certificate of Insurance require a Liability Waiver for every person expected to be on the ice during the private ice rental: Liablity Waiver.
In some instances, teams registered with USA Hockey may supply their current membership team roster in leiu of a COI or Liability Waiver, as long as anyone expected to be on the ice during the private ice rental has a current USA Hockey membership and is listed on the USA Hockey team roster.
The game is played on a hockey rink with two teams consisting of six players on each side - a goalie, two defensemen and three forwards. Object of the game, like hockey or soccer, is to outscore your opponent. While the game historically was played with frozen brooms, players now use a stick - a shaft with a molded broom-shaped head - to move a six-inch diameter ball. Instead of skates, players wear spongy-soled shoes to gain traction when running on the slippery surface. A game consists of two 18-minute halves. Those familiar with hockey will recognize some terms like icing - when any player of a defending team shoots or intentionally deflects the ball from behind their defending zone blue line and across the goal line of the opposing team - or high brooms - called when the ball makes contact with the player's stick above shoulder level.