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Ice Castle

The bright vibrant colors of the ice castles takes place in Lincoln New Hampshire. It is a wonderful activity to do on a chilled night. All of the Ice Castle is made of real ice and snow, the floor is different from the walls of the castle. It is made to look like gravel but it is actually crushed ice and snow packed down. The Ice Castle is obviously outside, so the temperature in the Ice Castle is the same as it would be outside. image
Tickets are usually sold before you arrive. If you buy your tickets online, they will send an email with a QR code after you purchase the ticket. And when that night comes they scan it off the phone or a printed piece of paper. The price is ranged on if it’s either a weekend or a weekday.

The Ice Castle is based in Utah, founder is Brent Christensen and crew. It is about an acre, and it reaches about 25 feet high at some points. The castle uses sprinklers, and the cold winter air to form huge icicles that sculpt together within a period of time. This process sometimes takes up to twice a day, depending on the temperature. Brent continuously spends time perfecting the fortress. After everything is shaped to expectation of the crew. They are able to make large tunnels, towers, and caves, for people to come and see.

It is possible to walk through the ice castle during the day, but at night it’s a totally different experience. It’s filled with colorful bright lights that make the ice glow.image
Take Exit 33 on I-93, then continue on US-3 South, then take Connector Rd to Railroad St.

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Performance at Spartans Tournament

Sanford, Maine-
The Foxcroft Academy wrestling team traveled to The Spartan tournament hosted by Sanford High School. The team was accompanied by 19 other New England teams. Continue reading “Performance at Spartans Tournament”

Weather Is Affecting Greenville’s Buisness

Greenville, Maine relys on their summer and winter season to make money. With all of this warm weather in the winter time, it’s affecting all of their tourism to come and participate in their winter activities. Continue reading “Weather Is Affecting Greenville’s Buisness”

Foxcroft Boys Basketball Mid-Season Roundup

Just by looking at the Foxcroft Boys basketball record it would be a fair to say that something needs to change for them to be able to make a run in the playoffs at the Cross Insurance Center. Continue reading “Foxcroft Boys Basketball Mid-Season Roundup”

The Mill

The Mill in Dover-Foxcroft is a 60,000 square foot historic mill complex that was renovated in 2015 into a mixed-use building with residences, office space, a cafe and a boutique inn. Continue reading “The Mill”

Going to Disney!!

‘Twas the night before Christmas… No wait, ‘Twas May 21st. Just months before this momentous day, it was official that the Foxcroft Academy Marching Band was invited to perform in Disney World in Orlando Florida. Continue reading “Going to Disney!!”

Snomobiling in Maine

With the colder months upon us visitors and natives visit Maine for an exciting winter season. With the snow bringing inches upon inches for outdoor activities, Mainers are gearing up for another exciting winter. Continue reading “Snomobiling in Maine”

Patience Is The Key To Hunting

Hard work and patience really does pay off. Local Dover-Foxcroft girl Emily Mailloux, sat in her tree stand and didn’t see a deer all season until Wednesday November 25th of her thanksgiving break. Continue reading “Patience Is The Key To Hunting”

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