Arenas and Skating

From premier event and entertainment venues to outdoor ponds, there is something for everyone who loves skating in Medicine Hat.

Arenas

Cenovus Arena

2000 Division Ave N

T: 403-502-8566

The Cenovus Arena at the Big Marble Go Centre is home to an Olympic-sized ice surface. The Cenovus Arena accommodates ice year-round for skating and is a venue for short-track speed skating.

  • Accessible Washroom
  • Bookings / Rentals
  • Changing Rooms / Dressing Rooms
  • Concession
  • Hockey Nets
  • Meeting / Social Room
  • Washrooms
  • Wheelchair Seating
  • WiFi

Co-op Place

2802 Box Springs Link NW

T: 403-905-0055

Co-op Place is Medicine Hat’s premier entertainment venue, and home to the Medicine Hat Tigers.

  • Accessible Washroom
  • Bookings / Rentals
  • Changing Rooms / Dressing Rooms
  • Concession
  • Hockey Nets
  • Washrooms
  • Wheelchair Seating

Visit the Co-op place website.

Kinplex I & II

2055 21 Ave SE

T: 403-527-9570

The Kinplex is Medicine Hat's only twin arena, making it the perfect location for tournaments, competitions and other special events.

  • Accessible Washroom
  • Bookings / Rentals
  • Changing Rooms / Dressing Rooms
  • Hockey Nets
  • Meeting / Social Room
  • Washrooms
  • Wheelchair Seating

Hockey Hounds Rec Centre

39 10 St NE

T: 403-527-4171

The Hockey Hounds Arena is home to many different sports and a large social room, frequently used for meetings, parties and social events.

  • Accessible Washroom
  • Bookings / Rentals
  • Changing Rooms / Dressing Rooms
  • Concession
  • Hockey Nets
  • Meeting / Social Room
  • Washrooms
  • Wheelchair Seating

Moose Rec Centre

602 Division Ave SW

T: 403-527-4170

Located in the heart of Medicine Hat, the Moose Recreation Centre has seating for over 350 spectators.

  • Accessible Washroom
  • Bookings / Rentals
  • Changing Rooms / Dressing Rooms
  • Hockey Nets
  • Meeting / Social Room
  • Washrooms
  • Wheelchair Seating

Arenas map

Outdoor Rinks and Ponds

Outdoor rinks, monitored by city staff, are typically open from December to March, are weather dependent, and rely on volunteers through the Adopt-a-Rink program to assist in making these spaces operational. Outdoor rinks give residents an economical option for fun recreational winter activities.

The ice conditions listed on the map are updated weekly, but residents should check signage at the skating surface location for more information before using the ice. Do not skate on the ponds unless they are a minimum six (6) inches in thickness.  

  Outdoor Rinks & Ponds map

Adopt-a-Rink program

Our outdoor rinks rely on volunteers to make these spaces operational.

We supply:
  • Shovels, chippers, hoses
  • Training
  • Some snow removal
We ask:
  • Build ice
  • Shovel when necessary
  • Flood when necessary

Please note that city staff will assist with some snow removal, dependent on the amount, once trails are cleared.

Apply to Adopt-a-Rink