Making A Backyard Ice Rink. Making an ice rink for your kids in the winter provides great family fun and bonding moments. Anna and anders, a couple of close friends of mine, are serious gamers and sportsmen — they love the sporting life.
To make your ice rink and your backyard look even better click on our previous post about winter landscaping ideas. If you have a backyard volleyball court (sand base) or basketball court (asphalt base) these since your winter temperatures averages 55 to 79 degree f, you cannot build an ice skating rink in your backyard. First things first, you're going to need long cold winters (sorry florida).
Wade told us it was his first time building a backyard rink, but says this won't be his last — he plans on making it 40×40 next year.
Making A Backyard Ice Rink. A backyard rink can be much more than a place to skate. To make your ice rink and your backyard look even better click on our previous post about winter landscaping ideas. See how ez ice rinks work. While it's not one of the easiest diy projects, wade was able to complete his ice rink in only eight hours over the course of two weeks and spent less than $150.