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Public Skating
The following schedule is subject to change.

Sun., Nov. 23
12:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Fri., Nov. 28
12:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Sat., Nov. 29
12:00 PM to 5:45 PM

Sun., Nov. 30
11:45 AM to 5:45 PM

Fri., Dec. 5
5:15 PM to 6:45 PM

Admission
Adults $10.00    
Children
$8.00
   
Seniors
$8.00
   
Skate Rental
$4.00
   
       
Savings Card
10 Sessions
Adults
$90.00
   
Children
$70.00
   
Seniors
$70.00
   
Group Rates available for groups of 15 or more.
 
Pro Shop

Pro Shop hours are subject to change. Please call for more information:

(973) 628-1500.  

 
Stick and Puck
Stick and Puck is for all players. Full equipment is required for all skaters.

Admission is $14.00 per session.

Fri., Nov. 28
11:15 AM to 12:45 PM
8:00 PM to 9:15 PM

Sat., Nov. 29
9:00 PM to 10:15 PM

Sun., Nov. 30
1:15 PM to 3:00 PM

Wed., Dec. 24
11:15 AM to 12:30 PM


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for our full schedule and information.

Ice Vault Arena

Welcome to the Ice Vault Skating Arena, the tri-state area's newest multi-rink facility. With two rinks operating year round, you are sure to find your specialty at the Ice Vault Skating Arena.

Ice Vault Skating Arena offers Ice Rentals, Recreation Leagues, Public Skating, Figure Skating, Open Hockey, and an abundance of programs to keep you or your family occupied for year round ice fun!

The ice arena facility directly serves the Northern and North Central New Jersey area with programs such as Euro Hockey, customized clinics and tournaments to accommodate all of New Jersey. The new family recreational facility complex is located on 7.5 acres with the building occupying almost 2 acres of property. The new arena has a total spectator seating capacity in excess of 600. In addition, the facility has direct viewing from the elevated restaurant with 190 feet of glass overlooking the ice rinks. The new facility is built in Barbour Pond Park (Barbour Pond Drive) in Wayne which is adjacent to Valley Road behind Valley National Bank's Corporate Offices. The new facility is only 10 minutes from Mahwah, 20 minutes from Morristown, in the South.

Click the picture below for our new photo gallery of the Ice Vault Arena.

Click here for photo gallery.
 
2012 Corporate Good Citizen Award

2012 Corporate Good Citizen Award - Click for full sized image.October 24, 2012 - Bobby Reiss of the Ice Vault Arena was presented the “Wayne Township 2012 Corporate Good Citizen Award” from New Jersey Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno and Wayne Township Mayor Christopher P. Vergano.

Pictured in the photo from left to right are Councilmember Nadine Bello, Mayor Christopher Vergano, Bobby Reiss, Mariann Reiss, and NJ State Assemblyman Scott T. Rumana.

 
Air Quality at the Ice Vault

To all Ice Vault Customers:
Subject: Air Quality in Ice Rinks

In light of a recent news story we like our customers to be informed on what steps are taken to insure excellent air quality.

Here at the Ice Vault we have always been at the forefront of maintaining a safe and comfortable facility for our customers. The Ice Vault is one of the newest arenas in the Tri State area and was designed with state of the art zamboni’s, HVAC, and dehumidification units. To assure proper air quality all equipment is tuned and check for proper operations and maximum performance.

We use propane powered zamboni’s with the latest emission control system installed which keeps air quality well below the EPA standards. To assure that all equipment is running properly we also set in place an air monitoring program to check for levels of carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide.  All of our HVAC and dehumidification’s units have a fresh air intake that continually exchanges the air within the building with fresh air from outside.  All locker rooms are equipped with RTU systems with motion sensor that turn on our air exchange units when players enter these rooms. Hopefully explaining our building management systems help answer any concern you may have regarding our air quality and how seriously we address this issue.

If you have any question regarding this please speak with Mariann Reiss or Robert Mech.

 
Ice Vault Going Green

May 24, 2011 – Today the Ice Vault “flipped the switch” on our new solar energy array. The Ice Vault will produce nearly 30% of our energy needs utilizing clean, renewable energy. We have spent many years researching and installing our new solar array in an effort to reduce our costs and reduce our reliance on traditional energy sources. Please click here to visit the Trinity Solar web site and see our current solar stats! to view more information on our current production and environmental benefits.

 
Wi-Fi Available

Wi-FiGuests of the Ice Vault Arena can access the Internet using their laptop or mobile devices in our restaurant for free. Look for the "Ice Vault Arena" hotspot using your wireless device and software to connect.

You can also find us on your cell phone or mobile device at http://mobile.icevault.com/.

 

 
 

 

Ice Vault Arena ©2003-2009
10 Nevins Rd. • Wayne, NJ 07470 • Phone (973) 628-1500 • Fax (973) 628-1555