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.
Thank you to all those who voted Mount Clemens Ice Arena "Best Skating Rink" in metro Detroit! We are very humbled to win these awards from Channel 4 and the Macomb Daily. We strive to provide a facility where all families can enjoy skating in a clean, safe environment.
We are ONLY accepting online registration. No phone, "walk in" or "day of" registrations allowed. If you have a voucher, please email Carly Koleczko for registration.
Submit the completed registration form (located below), a copy of the player's birth certificate, copy of your child's 2021-22 USA Hockey Registration and $75 registration fee made payable to Mount Clemens Ice Arena. If you have any questions, please email Andy Wade at firstname.lastname@example.org
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