Crystal Cabin Fever Heats up the Pennsylvania Winter

Photograph by Willem van Bergen, Flickr


Welcome to Crystal Cabin Fever, an interactive ice display sculpted from more than 100 tons of ice. Talented and creative carvers from Sculpted Ice Works create the uniquely themed carvings that make this event so special year after year. Originally a full ice cabin that drew thousands of visitors, Crystal Cabin Fever was created to cure that ‘cabin fever’ that people tend to suffer from in February.

  •        February 7-23, 2014
  •        Sculpted Ice Works, Route 590, near Lake Wallenpaupack in Lakeville, PA
  •        11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Sunday
  •        Admission pricing not yet determined

The detailed carvings originate as massive ice blocks harvested in the Sculpture Ice Works Plant in the Poconos. Sculpture Ice Works is the major provider of  ice blocks, ice carvings, ice bars, and liquor luges to companies in the hospitality industry all over the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states. Each year, the Crystal Cabin Fever Team carves in accordance to a decided upon theme with creative variations of the beloved ice slide and cabin itself. Taking pictures is allowed, and drinking hot cocoa is encouraged.