By participating in any event at the Pineville Ice House, you acknowledge and agree to the terms and conditions below. Parents or legal guardians consent to these terms and conditions on behalf of minors in their custody. This consent is binding even if the parent or guardian is not on premises with the minor.
The risk of injury from the activities involved in ice skating, figure skating, hockey, or other ice sports and off ice activities is significant, including the potential for permanent paralysis and death. While rules, equipment, and personal discipline may reduce this risk, the risk of serious injury does exist.
The Pineville Ice House is not liable for any injury caused by ice skating or any other activity on or off the ice, inside or around the facility, or anywhere within property limits. We are not liable for any disease, virus, cold flu, or other illness contracted while on our premises.
If you are injured while at this facility, we may provide first aid supplies and care, or we may call for an ambulance. We offer no guarantees or assurances around the quality, availability, or timeliness of such care. You have the right to refuse any care offered.
You are responsible for all expenses incurred to treat injuries including ambulance charges, hospital visits, doctor visits, and any other short or long term costs related to treating and rehabilitating from any injury. We pay no customer medical expenses, insurance deductibles, or ancillary costs.
Our facility is open year round and draws customers from across the United States and from other countries. When you enter our facility or are anywhere on our premises, you are at risk of contracting a disease, virus, cold, flu or other illness from exposure to general conditions or to other people.
Do not enter the building if you have symptoms related to COVID-19 including, but not limited to: cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, loss of taste or smell.
If you fail to follow the rules you may be asked to leave or be banned from the property. No refund will be issued.
We do not permit outside food and beverages inside our facility. All outside food and drink items (other than water bottles) must be consumed outside the facility or thrown away. Our rink side Restaurant, Bar, and Snack Bar serve a variety of food and drink options. You can view the menu by clicking the button below.
Music played on Friday nights, when most of our customers are teens and young adults, may contain explicit lyrics. We often take song requests, and clean versions of popular songs are not always available. Music played on Saturday, Sunday or weekday Open Skating sessions is intended to be diverse and family friendly. We apologize if you hear a song with explicit content. Some songs may slip through our streaming filters. Please notify our staff so that we can skip to the next song.
You are trespassing on our property if you enter the ice surface without paying the event admission charge or enrollment fee. A North Carolina 14-159.13 Second Degree Trespass is a Class 3 Misdemeanor and punishable by a fine or imprisonment.
We may refuse admission to, or eject customers that engage in reckless, rude, or disorderly conduct or that disobey posted or stated rules. If you leave the rink, we reserve the right to recharge you for admission.