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Frank McCool Arena

This arena is closed until fall of 2018.
 

Frank McCool Arena Renovation

This facility has been closed since 2016 to accommodate arena renovations, and will remain closed until the fall of 2018 as a result of unexpected delays in construction. We are working with contractors to limit the duration of the closure and ensure that the upgraded facility meets Calgary Recreation’s high expectations of quality.

Upgrades to the facility include:

  • Entirely rebuilt and expanded change rooms, as well as new flex change rooms
  • New bleachers
  • Addition of a wheelchair accessible viewing platform
  • Roof replacement
  • New energy-efficient efficient fixtures throughout the facility
  • Needed upgrades to electrical, plumbing, fire suppression and HVAC systems
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause for citizens and our arena patrons. Drop-in customers are encouraged to attend neighbouring arenas during the closure. For a list of arenas, visit calgary.ca/arenas.
 

Renovation frequently asked questions

 
 

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Frank McCool Arena - FAQ

 
Frank McCool Arena hosts minor and adult ice sport leagues including hockey and ringette. We also offer public skating, including Parent & Child skate and 50+ skate, see the schedules for times. The arena is available for bookings from 6 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week during prime hockey season (October through March), requests outside of these hours will be considered.
 
 

 
Frank McCool ice rink, S.E. Calgary
Frank McCool ice rink
 

Location:

1900 Lake Bonavista Drive S.E. - Map
Phone:
311 or 403-268-CITY (2489) if calling from outside Calgary
Accessibility
 

Accessibility information

 

 

Arena schedules

Public Skating and Shinny Hockey schedules

Arena features

  • One 185' x 85' artificial ice surface
  • 250 person spectator seating capacity
  • One meeting room seating 25 people
  • Hot and cold vending machines
For your safety and enjoyment helmets (CSA approved) are strongly recommended for all participants during ice activity and in particular for children and youth.

Looking for more places to skate? Recreation runs 12 Arenas in Calgary.​