MIDWAY — After six successful seasons, the iconic Midway Ice Castle is back and scheduled to open Friday. However, due to the unseasonably warm winter, the castle may not be open long.
Midway Ice Castle owner Ryan Davis said the business started in 2009 after Brent Christensen tried to build an ice cave in his backyard with his daughter. Christensen developed the method of freezing the water layer by layer that is now used to build the ice castles. Christensen teamed up with Davis, and now the ice castles are created each winter in four states and have received more than 500,000 visitors, Davis said.
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