The Ice Castles in Dillon, an annual family-friendly winter wonderland experience, is set to return at the end of the year with reduced capacity due to COVID-19.
The frozen attraction will reopen in late December and despite the pandemic, will still offer the illuminated frozen walls, ice slides, crawl spaces, caves and fountains that it has always featured.
Ice Castles CEO Kyle Standifird said the safety of guests and staff will remain a top priority this year, particularly with COVID-19. New guidelines for this season will keep the experience safe and magical for everybody, Standifird said.
This year, the Ice Castles will operate at a reduced capacity to promote social distancing. Tunnels and crawl spaces will be marked as one-way features, he said.
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