The Pineville Ice House features an NHL sized rink, Pro Shop, Bar and Snack Bar. We provide year round classes, leagues, programs and events for youth and adult skaters from beginner to advanced levels. Our rink hosts local, regional, and national hockey and figure skating events. the rink has served the Charlotte community since 1995. If you would like updates on Classes, Leagues, and Events join our Customer Mailing List.
ICE SURFACE: Regulation NHL 85' x 200'.
LOCKERS: Four changing areas 20' x 25' with adjoining bathrooms and showers. Separate changing rooms for coaches and officials.
OFF ICE TRAINING: Conference room adjacent to rink surface equipped for team video reviews and chalk talks. 2,500 square feet of mezzanine space suitable for off ice hockey drills, workouts and dance instruction.
PRO SHOP: Skate sharpening and repair. Hockey skates, protective gear, sticks, supplies and accessories. Figure skates and figure skating apparel, supplies and accessories. Gifts and novelty items.
FOOD & BEVERAGE: Hot and cold meals and appetizers. Hot and cold drinks, beer and wine. Bar TVs keep you tuned in to college and professional sports while you're at the rink.
INTERNET CONNECTIVITY: Free public WiFi.
BUILDING INFORMATION: Seating / viewing capacity 750. Parking spaces 150. Building sf 35,000, land 3.5 acres.
FIRST AID AND MEDICAL CARE: Our facility is equipped with a defibrillator and basic first aid supplies. We offer no guarantees regarding the quality or timeliness of medical care at our rink. In the event of a medical emergency, our staff has been directed to call 911 for an ambulance from the nearest possible provider. The closest hospital is Carolinas Medical Center - Pineville, which is 1.5 miles from our rink.
Ice rinks must have good ventilation, proper equipment and proper equipment maintenance to ensure that air quality is healthy and safe for its customers and employees.
Our Olympia ice resurfacer includes a fuel management system and catalytic converter for improved indoor air quality. We maintain our Olympia on a routine basis to ensure that these components perform as designed by the manufacturer. Our Munters dehumidifier includes a fresh air intake and runs continuously to circulate air in the rink. Our fire alarm system includes monitors to detect noxious gases, and an alarm will sound if harmful levels are detected. We take carbon monoxide (CO) readings as part of our regular operating procedures and include the results in our maintenance records. We use an Inficon meter designed for industrial and commercial applications.
Since the State of North Carolina does not regulate ice rink air quality, we use the State of Massachusetts Board of Health Standards as a guideline. Our readings are well below Massachusetts limits. This rink has been open since 1995 and has no record of claims or complaints from customers regarding health issues related to air quality.
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