Opening December 2023


Celebrating our 7th year of creating beautiful ice formations and valuable memories!

The Ice Palace layout changes every year! We work hard to always add new features! Our team works alongside Mother Nature to grow and change the palace throughout the season.

Hours & Pricing​

Invest in your memories that will

last a lifetime!

Season Pass

Experience the palace more by purchasing a season pass. Lots of great events coming up this season!

At the Palace

Check out all the great activities and accommodations that we offer!

Celebrating our 7th season of Mystifying Ice Formations!

Located just north of Idaho Falls. Our location in Rigby, Idaho is bringing travelers from all around the United States.


LOCATED IN Rigby, Idaho​

Located in between Rexburg and Rigby Just off Hwy 20, take Exit 325. As a reference, we are 20 minutes from Idaho Falls, 1 hour from Pocatello, 2 hours 30 min from Twin Falls, and 4 hours from Boise, Idaho.

Come Enjoy our new enchanted forest horse-Drawn Sleigh Ride

$8/per person | (2 and under are free!)

Under a starry winter sky, embark on an enchanting sleigh ride through the woods. Horses adorned with jingling bells will lead you through a snow-covered wonderland filled with new light displays and beautiful views. Be sure to add this experience to your visit and create a memory you’ll cherish forever.

* Must purchase Ice Palace ticket in order to do the sleigh ride. Please arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled sleigh ride time. There will be no refunds for missed sleigh rides.


Stay at the Labelle Lake Lodge

Enjoy the cozy cabin this winter with large gathering rooms, hot tub, frozen ponds, and the beautiful scenery of LaBelle Lake! LaBelle Lake sleeps up to 18 guests. Two-night minimum. Email now to reserve a date or book instantly online!


Jim and Shannon Youngstrom, their 6 kids and now their children’s spouses are all involved in making the ice palace every year! Jim’s great grandmother traveled from Norway to move to the United States. He remembers her telling stories of her life. The Youngstrom name came from Sweden and we are proud to continue the Scandinavian heritage here in the States! We are beyond blessed to have such a hard working crew of men and women teaming up to make this happen!