Philipsburg offers what is probably Montana's most picturesque outdoor skating experience at Winninghoff Park. The Missoulian newspaper described the rink, and the backdrop of century old buildings nearby, as 'a scene from Currier & Ives'. Built in the National Historic District, it is only a block from Philipsburg's new brewery, it's famous candy store, lodging, restaurants and other downtown amenities. This NHL-sized natural ice rink is also the newest in the state and was erected on a 40-year-old rink site. Ice conditions vary with the weather but the town does have its own Zamboni for ice maintenance.The Philipsburg rink is open to the public seven days a week until 10pm in the evening. It has a lighting system for week nights and is turned on from 6pm to 10pm Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings or by arrangement for scheduled events.In the summer, the sculpted hillside arena is considered one of the finest new music venues in the Rockies. Concert goers bring chairs and blankets to sit on the grass. The arena seats over 3,000 comfortably in an outdoor space located in the town's historic downtown.
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The Ice Rink and arena are located in the heart of downtown Philipsburg on Scenic Highway 1, midway between Butte and Missoula. To get here from Missoula drive East on I-90 and take the Highway 1 exit at Drummond. From Butte drive West on I-90 and take the Anaconda exit. Continue on Highway 1 past Georgetown Lake and the Discovery Ski Resort to Philipsburg. The Ice Rink address is 106 Stockton Street.
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