People skating at an ice rink.

Learn about our arenas and how to book ice or dry floor time.


Visit one of our Surrey arenas to enjoy our drop-in programs.


Lace up your skates and have fun on the ice!

Registration by phone is available. Call 604-501-5100, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm and a customer service representative will be happy to help you.

In person registration is available at any Surrey Parks, Recreation & Culture facility during hours of operation. Bring your recreation passcard when you visit. 

If you need to cancel your registration, log in to your account and follow our How to Cancel Your Activity video.

Alternatively, you can call 604-501-5100, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm and a customer service representative can cancel your registration for you.

If you no longer want to use your Recreation Pass, learn how to receive a refund.

We are offering a limited selection of activities and following safety protocols so everyone can recreate responsibly. Please do not come to the recreation facility unless you have received a confirmation call that a spot has become available.

Learn How to Tie Ice Skates

Tying ice skates correctly can be tricky. From ensuring the skates are the right fit to properly tightening the laces, watch this video to learn how to tie your children's ice skates.

Arena Facility Rentals

Looking to book ice or dry floor time at your local arena? Email with your request details and questions.

September 1, 2023 to March 3, 2024

April 1 to August 31, 2024

Minor Sport Groups in Surrey

Surrey is home to many minor sport associations. If your team would like to join a league, various sport leagues are active through Surrey’s recreation facilities.


Our arenas have accessible parking and level access to the viewing areas from the main parking lots. Para-ice sleds, wheelchairs and strollers are welcome on the ice during open skate times but everyone must wear a helmet, including children in strollers. Please note: Ice grips are only allowed for individuals who are supporting someone with a disability on the ice.

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