Park Rapids Community Center & Ice Arena

Park Rapids Community Center & Ice Arena

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(218) 732-9179

500 Huntsinger Avenue

Park Rapids
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MN
56470

Park Rapids Community Center & Ice Arena is a business providing services in the field of Ice Hockey. Park Rapids Community Center & Ice Arena is located in Park Rapids, MN on 500 Huntsinger Avenue.

Park Rapids Community Center & Ice Arena telephone number is (218) 732-9179.

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Helpful Tip for: Ice Hockey


 Ice Hockey, in Park Rapids, is the game of hockey played on sheets of ice in cold countries where it is popular. The sport involves risk of incurring physical injuries as it calls for swift shifts in positions, offensive and defensive strikes on ice, and hence needs to be played with proper protective equipment by the players.  








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