Faribault Ice Arena

Faribault Ice Arena

Faribault, MN

The Faribault Ice Arena is an all-season arena nestled in the heart of Faribault’s beautiful Alexander Park. The Arena is primarily used by the Faribault Hockey Association, the Faribault Public Schools, and Faribault Park and Recreation for programs such as youth and adult skating lessons and open public skating. The arena also is utilized by surrounding communities and St Olaf College for additional practice ice.

The rink, originally constructed in 1996, includes one sheet of ice, 200 feet x 85 feet with a seating capacity of 350. An indirect refrigeration system is utilized for the ice. The expansion, completed in 2006, more than doubled the size of the lobby, added two locker rooms, expanded the concession area, added a skate shop and provided a mezzanine which includes a heated viewing area. The additional mezzanine level space is utilized for dry land training with hockey specific training equipment including a skating treadmill. The addition also includes a meeting room.

The Arena was designed to host many entertainment and sporting events including hockey tournaments, the Good Sam Jamboree, the annual TRAM get-together, and much more. The facility is also available to host parties, wedding receptions and other large gatherings.

Sports and Recreation

  • Cherokee Aquatic Center

  • Clarion Aquatic Center

  • East Leach Park Skateboard Park

  • Fallenstein Field – The Miracle League of North Mankato

  • Faribault High School Fielitz Fitness Center

  • Faribault High School Pool

  • Faribault Ice Arena

  • Faribault Soccer Complex

  • Farmington Synthetic Field

  • Forest City Athletic Facilities

  • Franklin Rogers Park

  • Kasson-Mantorville Field

  • Mankato Community Fields

  • Mankato Family YMCA

  • Marshall Regional Track and Field Complex

  • Minnesota State University, Mankato – Athletic Facility Master Plan

  • Minnesota State University, Mankato – Game Room

  • Minnesota State University, Mankato – Recreation & Athletic Field

  • Plainview-Elgin-Millville (PEM) School District

  • Riverfront Park

  • Storm Lake Trail