Below you will find that there are several options for ice skating in Surrey. These locations are currently offering public skating. Note that the times and offerings are subject to change and it is always best to check with the facility directly.
Also check out nearby options, ice skating in Langley, for instance.
Ice Rinks in Surrey Offering Public Skating
North Surrey Sport and Ice
Location: 10950 126th Surre
Public Skating and Stick and Puck is available at North Surrey Sport and Ice. Check the website for current Fall and Winter schedules.
Location: 6090 176th St, Surrey
Public Skating and Stick and Puck are available at Cloverdale Arena. Check the website for current Fall and Winter schedules.
Helmets are mandatory for children 0-12 years old when on the ice. Skate and helmet rentals are available.
Full gear is required for all recreational hockey sessions and for children and youth (0 to 18 years) attending Stick & Puck.
Location: 7120 136B St, Surrey
Public Skating and Stick and Puck are available at Newton Arena. Check the website for current Fall and Winter schedules
South Surrey Arena
Surrey Public Skating and Stick and Puck is available at South Surrey Arena. Check the website for current Fall and Winter schedules.
Surrey Sport and Leisure (Fleetwood Arena)
Location: 16555 Fraser Highway, Surrey
Public Skating and Stick and Puck is available at Surrey Sport and Leisure. Check the website for current Fall and Winter schedules.
Surrey Public Skating Rates
All of the above facilities are fun by the city of Surrey. Drop-in rates are as follows
- Child/Youth (2 to 18 Years) – $3.75
- Adults (19 to 59 Years) – $7.25
- Student/Seniors (60 to 69) – $5.50
- Senior (70+ Years) – $1.75
- Infant (under 2 years) – Free
Planet Ice Delta
Location: 10333 Nordel Crt, Delta
Nearby Planet Ice has irregular scheduled Stick and Puck sessions. Check their website calendar for availability. Bring your own stick, pucks, gloves, skates, and helmet. Helmets are mandatory for all participants, and those participants under the age of eighteen are required to wear a CSA approved face cage. Due to the minimal equipment requirements and program insurance, scrimmages, games, goaltending, goalies, lessons, and training equipment are not permitted at Stick and Puck sessions.
Excellent Ice currently does not offer public skating.
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