Welcome to McCormick Arena, a City of Toronto Arena operated by a Board of Management. McCormick arena is a community-based facility serving the Parkdale area of Toronto since 1972. More than 60% of all ice rentals are being used by youth organizations.


McCormick operates year round and continues to provide you with an exceptional facility. McCormick consists of two ice surfaces. One official size 180’ x 80’ and a studio size rink 180’ by 50’. Both rinks are available for rent subject to availability. We will be happy to help you. Call 416-392-0647 or email mail@mccormickarena.com

 

McCormick Arena

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McCormick Arena 179 Brock Ave Toronto ON M6K 2L7 Phone: 416-392-0647 Fax: 416-392-1395 email: mail@mccormickarena.com

“Where neighbours play”

McCormick Arena wishes to acknowledge this land on which the Arena operates has for thousands of years been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land.

Our History

 

McCormick Playground Arena (known more commonly as McCormick Arena) is a City of Toronto indoor ice arena that was established by Toronto By-Law No. 319-71. The building is named in honour of Mary McCormick, a wealthy Toronto resident who donated generously to the Toronto Playgrounds Association. Located in the southern area of Brockton Village near Parkdale, McCormick Arena operates year-round and has served the community since March 14, 1972. 

 

Our Motto

 

Where neighbours play. 

 

Our Mandate

 

The mandate of McCormick Arena includes:

  1. Ensuring that the arena is safe, well-maintained and accessible for use by the local community, neighbourhood organizations and others. 

  2. Providing the use of the arena facility in a way that balances the needs of local community residents and organizations and user groups.

  3. Allocating ice-time to users in consultation with the General Manager of the Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division.

Join us on Sunday September 8th for the 2019/20 kick-off event!

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