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South Surrey Arena

South Surrey Arena

Drop In Public Skate at South Surrey Arena will be cancelled on Saturday December 2, 9 and 16 due to scheduled events. We apologize for any inconvenience and invite you to check out the Fall Arena Drop In Schedule for other activities during these select dates. 

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

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- This event lasts for 90+ minutes

11:00AM

  • Drop In - Adult Skate 11:45AM - 1:00PMexpand

    Ice:  Adult Skate is for those 19 years and older to come and enjoy a quiet skating time. Adults only. 

 

Play or skate at our Olympic-sized rink in Surrey.

Located in the middle of the South Surrey Athletic Park, South Surrey Arena is surrounded by forests and athletic fields. South Surrey Arena opened in November 1991 and is home of the BCHL Surrey Eagles. This facility is also 1 of 2 Olympic-sized rinks in the Lower Mainland.

Browse the online Surrey Recreation Guide for a variety of hockey and skating programs. Register online or by phone by calling 604-501-5100.

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Facility Features

  • 20,000 square feet of exhibit space
  • Fixed seating for 1242
  • Score board with flexible scoring and timing capabilities
  • One multipurpose room
  • Multi-use dressing rooms
  • Wheelchair accessible on ground level and 2nd floor
  • Skate Shop
  • 42' high ceiling
  • Parking stalls for 296

We offer skating lessons and hockey programs for all ages. View the Hockey Programs Equipment List to see what equipment you'll need for lessons and programs. South Surrey Arena also offers rentals for ice and room bookings.

Drop In Schedule

Check out the Fall Arena Drop In Schedule. Securing your spot for drop-in arena programs is highly recommended. Learn how to book your spot for a drop-in program in advance. Schedules are subject to change without notice. 

Announcements

Helmet Regulations

CSA certified hockey, ski or snowboard helmets are mandatory for anyone participating in Learn to Skate lessons. Bike helmets are not permitted as they do not offer the protection needed for ice skating.