The Playland Ice Casino is an indoor arena located in Rye, New York. The first ice sheet was built in 1930.
The Ice Casino has three indoor rinks - two were added in 1937 - including a rink exclusively for children. The main 205'x80' ice surface is home not only to the Valiant men's and women's hockey teams but also to various youth teams in the area, open skating and individual lessons.
Playland was dedicated as a National Historic Landmark in 1987 and features more than 50 rides and attractions. Located along the Long Island Sound, Playland also features a beach, pool, boardwalk and pier. Owned and operated by Westchester County, Playland is the country's only government-run amusement park.
The facility was badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy in 2012. The facility was closed for two seasons for repairs.
The facility has been the home of the Manhattanville Valiants from 2002 to 2012 and from 2014 to present. The team relocated to the Terry Connors Rink in Stamford, Connecticut for the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons due to the damage and repairs.