We have seven indoor ice surfaces and a number of volunteer-run outdoor ice rinks in City parks. 


  • Hespeler Memorial Arena (Twin Pad) - 640 Ellis Rd. W. (offering summer ice)
  • Galt Arena Gardens - 98 Shade St. (offering summer floor use)
  • Preston Memorial Auditorium - 1458 Hamilton St. (closed for upcoming construction)
  • Karl Homuth Arena - 1407 Hamilton St. (offering summer floor use)
  • Dickson Centre - 30 Parkhill Rd. W. (offering summer floor use)
  • Duncan McIntosh Centre - 200 Christopher Dr. (offering summer floor use)

Public skating info & registration


City arenas have many advertising spaces available on rink boards. 

If you are looking to promote your business within the community, contact Brandon by phone at 905-470-7465 or email brandon@futuresign.ca 


Outdoor Ice Rinks 

As of January 17, 2024, all outdoor rinks are currently closed.

Outdoor rink status & hours

There are a number of volunteer-run outdoor natural ice rinks in the city. They open each winter based off weather conditions and volunteer support. These rinks don't have artificial refrigeration, so temperatures must be consistently cold in order for them to operate. 

We thank all the volunteers who maintain these outdoor rinks. 

Outdoor rink locations
  • Angewood Park - 120 Angela Cr.
  • Churchill Park - 255 Water St. S. (West entrance)
  • Domm Park - 55 Princess St.
  • Lincoln Park - 65 Center St.
  • Lions Can Amera Park - 355 Saginaw Pkwy.
  • Riverside Park (Kinsmen Stadium area) - 1935 Rogers Dr.
  • Victoria Park (Hespeler) - 66 Fisher Mills Rd.


Time of use may vary slightly by rink location. A few locations may have two separate ice surfaces. Each to be signed; one is for stick and puck play only and the other for recreational skating only.

For further information please email prc@cambridge.ca

Rink Rules
  • Helmets are recommended on the ice at all times.
  • Users must be off the ice no later than 10 pm.
  • Refrain from contact in any play.
  • Please stay off the rinks when they are being flooded, or when they are soft and wet to prevent any damage that will delay them from re-opening.