Girl playing hockey.

Explore skating activities in Surrey.

The City of Surrey's arenas provide people of all ages and abilities with a range of activities including Learn to Skate lessons, drop-in programs, hockey programs and more! 


Arena 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.

If you are on the waitlist for a registered activity, please wait until you receive a confirmation call that a spot has become available. Waiting at the facility may not guarantee space in the activity.

Powerplay Hockey League

The Powerplay Hockey League is a fun league for boys and girls aged 6-9 and 10-13 who want to play the sport they love in an environment focused on fair play and participation. Learn the rules of the game, practice your skills, and experience being part of a team all at an affordable price. No body-checking allowed. 


  • Completion of Children’s Skating Level 3 or higher
  • Full hockey gear
  • Need equipment? Try out new Equipment Rental Program. Rent full gear for $51.50 per season (limited quantities). We store the equipment so you don’t have to. 

Play Goalie

Register to be a goalie and receive full equipment and FREE registration. For more information on the Powerplay Hockey League please call the league coordinator at 604-501-5875.​

Learn to Skate Program 

The Learn to Skate program has been updated with some new skills and new expectations to help your child become a strong skater. Skills taught at each level will change slightly so that they overlap and complement each other, leading to a smoother transition between age groups and a better overall learning experience. 

What is changing? 

  • There will now be 7 preschool and 7 children’s Learn to Skate levels. 

  • New skills will be introduced and taught 

  • Expectations on some existing skills will be updated to improve success in subsequent levels 

  • New report cards with the revised skills will be issued 

During the transition, some kids may need to retake a level to ensure that they have the skills required to move forward. 

Questions?  Ask arena staff or email

Private Skating Lessons 

Looking to improve on a specific skill or gain general knowledge and comfort? Get more time on the ice with one-on-one instruction in a private lesson. We now offer both individual private lessons and sets of private lessons.

Online registration will open every Sunday at 9pm with the drop in programs for the following week. Keep checking back!

Drop-in Skating

Lace up your skates again and get back on the ice with a program that best suits you! Skates and helmets are available to rent during these times. Visit the front desk before or during the program time to pay for admissions and equipment rentals. Helmets mandatory for children 0-12 years. 

Drop-in Arena Specialty Programs

Drop-In Arena Specialty Programs are now available at arenas in Surrey. Practice your moves at a stick & puck session, join a scrimmage with some friends at a recreational hockey session, or practice a routine during a figure skating session. Early registration is recommended for all arena specialty programs to reserve your spot. Online registration opens every Sunday at 9pm for the following week of programs.

Early registration is available for the following programs:

  • Figure Skating for Adults
  • Stick & Puck
  • Stick & Puck for Children
  • Recreational Hockey for Adults
  • Recreational Hockey for Ages 55+

Full gear is required for all recreational hockey sessions and for children and youth (0 to 18 years) attending Stick & Puck. Please see the Arena Registered Drop-In Schedule for full descriptions of each program.

Adult Co-Ed Recreational Hockey League

Stay fit and have fun playing in this non-contact co-ed recreational hockey league. Referee, scorekeepers and jerseys are provided. Goalies get reduced rates. The league is individual registration, but we accept requests if you’d like to play on the same team with other players. For more information on the league, please call the league coordinator at 604-501-5875.