Sports & Recreation

Great Park Ice and FivePoint Arena Reopen in Reduced Capacity

image of kids ice skating

image of kid ice skating

After suspending all ice sports activities since March 14 due to COVID-19, Great Park Ice in Irvine – which includes the FivePoint Arena – has opened its doors again in a reduced capacity.

The reopening includes Freestyle sessions, Sticktime, private lessons, day camps, and fitness activities by prepaid registration only. The June 26 opening does not include public programming involving larger groups such as public skating, birthday parties, league play and classes.

To enter the venue, all visitors must comply with occupancy, distancing, and other requirements in accordance with CDC, city, state and federal policies and guidelines. Any small group activities, for example, are limited to 25 participants. Registering for figure skating, hockey and other ice-related activities is done through therinks.com website, which includes full details on how to register, available schedule dates and COVID-19 protocols.

Making its debut in December 2018, Great Park Ice and its four ice sheets – including FivePoint Arena – host hockey, figure skating, and curling competitions. They also serve as a training ground for USA Figure Skating athletes, and as a practice facility for Orange County’s National Hockey League franchise, the Anaheim Ducks.

For more information on Great Park Ice, visit GreatParkIce.com.