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Twin Rinks Chilliwack is a typical, older, ice arena. The facilities are aged, but overall well kept. The ice is cold, so I guess that's kind of important. The front area is quite small so it's tough to get kids ready for public skating just due to the limited space.
Overall, this place is great to take the family for a afternoon skate.
The people running this place are Amazing. I love seeing the speed skaters on the ice. Plus, whoever runs the zamboni really knows what he's doing.
Less crowded then skating rinks in Vancouver for public skating. Nice relaxed staff. Skate rentals are $5.public skates are somewhat infrequent so it's important to check the schedule available on the rink website. 'toonie skates' can be a bit crowded.
Their ice feels nice and their staff are helpful although their rules are a little tight for public skates and need to calm down a bit
The kids always love to go skating and if you can catch the toonie public skates it's cheap too!
Concession, washrooms, bleachers and ice! What more could you ask for in a hockey rink? Well, I guess a pub would be good but no pub!
Super fun for birthday parties and the bleacher are toasty warm when your watching hockey games/practices
Nice little rink to go for a quick cheap skate, watch some hockey, and light fireworks off through the side doors.