Ice skating available on Lake Carnegie
Posted February 7, 2007; 03:59 p.m.
The recent run of cold weather has resulted in Lake Carnegie freezing over for the first time in several years. Members of the University and local communities can take advantage of the six-plus inches of ice to get out their skates.
Skating is allowed during daylight hours between the bridges on Washington Road and Harrison Street. It is permitted at one's own risk only when white flags are flying from the poles at the boathouse near the Washington Road bridge and at the Harrison Street bridge. Red flags mean that the ice is not safe.
Ice condition reports are available on the Princeton Recreation Department hotline at (609) 688-2054.