The Mount Clemens Ice Arena is owned by the City of Mount Clemens, and is managed by RT Arena Management, LLC. The facility is open year round for your skating enjoyment. We offer ice skating to the community as well as youth hockey through the Mount Clemens Hockey Club, adult hockey through Michigan Sports Enterprises, and figure skating programs taught by a professional coaching staff and members of the Mount Clemens Figure Skating Club.
We are proud to provide our customers quality programming in a clean, safe and well-maintained facility. Our mission is to provide exceptional service with a courteous, well trained and family orientated staff.
The Mount Clemens Ice Arena (MCIA) is pleased to announce that it will be undergoing $3 million in renovations in the summer of 2021. The projects include (but not limited to):
Read the press release below for full details regarding these exciting changes.
Mount Clemens Ice Arena was recently awarded "Best Ice Arena 2021" (Macomb Daily) and "Best Skating Rink 2021" ( Vote 4 the Best). Thank you to all those who voted for Mount Clemens Ice Arena in the metro Detroit area! We are very humbled to win these awards. We strive to provide a facility where all families can enjoy skating in a clean, safe environment.
The Harold W. Vick Funeral Home is celebrating 50 years of service and is welcoming the community to join in for an afternoon of Open Skate at the Mount Clemens Ice Arena on Saturday, December 11, 2021 from 2p.m. – 3:50p.m.
The funeral home will cover the admission fee for you and your family (skate rental is a separate fee, if needed).
Session 3 classes run from January 6- March 5. This is a eight week long session. NO CLASSES JANUARY 13-15.
Last day to register: January 3rd, 2022
Attire: Single blade hockey or figure skates are required. All sizes of skates are available to rent for only $2. Helmets are required for all children 5 and under. We do not provide helmets, but feel free to use your child's bike helmet.
Clothing should be warm, but movable, such as snow pants, sweatshirts, snow jackets, etc. Most children will want to wear gloves. We recommend outdoor winter gloves over hockey gloves for young skaters.
Private lessons: If you feel that your child needs extra attention or you are ready to start competitive figure skating, please contact Mindi Priskey for more information.
For skaters who are new to our program, please start in Tots 1 or Beginners 1, depending on age. The first week of class, skaters will be evaluated and moved into the level that best suits their needs. Classes meet once per week on (pick your day): Thursday 6p, Friday 6p, Saturday 10a.
Tots 1-3: $80
Entry level classes specifically designed for children under the age of 5. The most elementary skating skills are combined with fun and games to capture and retain the children's attention and concentration.
Beginners 1-6: $80
Designed for skaters age 5 & up and/or those who have passed Tot 3.
Freestyle is a 50 minute class designed to give a skater a strong foundation on which to build their figure skating skills. Each level includes skill of spinning, jumping and Moves in the Field.
Hockey is a 50 minutes long class designed to help introduce new players to the basic skating skills needed for hockey. Stick and helmet are required for this class. Focus will be on skills such as proper stance, crossovers, turning, and balance as well as some basic stick usage. Hockey class is a continual improvement class and can be taken throughout the entire season to strengthen the skills of any hockey player. There is no testing in this class. All classes will be taught by a Priskey Power Skating Professional.
Classes for ages 15 & up, designed to meet the needs and goals of the beginning adult skater.
Have you ever wanted to skate with the girls but weren't sure about it? The Mount Clemens Hockey Club is offering the opportunity to try girls hockey out for FREE! (Ages 4-10). If you do not have equipment, it will be made available for you.
Mount Clemens Ice Arena is home to the Mount Clemens Hockey Club and multiple high school programs, and will now have a premier junior program, the Metro Jets, in-house to create opportunities from learn to play all the way to junior hockey. In addition, the MCHC will be re-branding to be known as the Jr. Jets.
With over 30 college commitments in the past three years alone and dozens of advancements, the Jets also saw in recent years several Jr. Jets players that have made the jump to play for the junior team, including Anthony Cinato, who was part of the 2018 national championship team and is now a freshman at NCAA Division III New England College. Other former Jr. Jets players include Brodie Thornton and Max Hartwell and several others who played for the youth teams, followed by the Jets junior program.
In addition, former NHLer and 2016 Stanley Cup champion Steve Oleksy, who played for the Jets from 2002-05, is involved heavily with the Mount Clemens Ice Arena. Planning has already started for the 2021-22 season.
Anyone families or coaches interested in learning more or joining the Jr. Jets can contact Jeff Blum at SDhockeyCO@comcast.net. For more information, visit MetroJetsHockey.com and follow the Jets on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube