The Benefits Of Crafting a Backyard Ice Skating Rink

Written by Recreation Magazine on May 3rd, 2018. Posted in Backyard ice rink, Backyard ice rinks, Ice rink liners

Across the United States, hockey rinks are more popular than ever before. While Canada is viewed as the birthplace of hockey, ice skating sports are huge across the globe. As of right now, the United States has nearly 500 outdoor ice hockey rinks and 1,900 indoor ice hockey rinks. These are going to be really popular moving forward especially in regards to the backyard ice skating rink.

There are people who live in areas that are cold enough that they are able to make a backyard ice skating rink out of their pond. Homemade ice rinks are beloved by skaters across the globe and specifically in North America where bodies of water are popular and prevalent. If you are looking to build a home ice rink then be sure to know all the proper steps involved.

According to the Center for Disease Control, sports participation can help improve cardiovascular endurance. When kids are getting invo

Do You Have a Son or Daughter Who Loves to Play Hockey?

Written by Recreation Magazine on July 8th, 2017. Posted in Backyard ice rink, How to make a backyard ice rink, Ice rink liners

Backyard skating rink

It is 99 degrees in the shade today. And while many people are sitting out beside the pool enduring the heat, you are taking on the challenge of planning for your son’s hockey camp schedule. And while other parents spend long days in the sun watching soccer and tennis matches, you are spending long days and weekends sitting on cold metal bleachers at hockey rinks both near and far. And while other people have large backyards that they have to mow week after week in the summer, you are a little giddy about the fact that the backyard skating rink that you installed last winter has eliminated a significant portion of your mowing chores.
If you have a son or a daughter who is addicted to the sport of hockey or figure skating you likely know the challenge of finding ice time, especially in the winter whe