Public Skate
Tuesday - Friday 11:30am - 1:00pm
Tuesday 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Saturday 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Sunday 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Tuesday - Thursday 6:00am - 8:30am
Afternoons call for schedule.  These sessions are established times for competitive routines, techniques, and instruction. Access during these times is limited to 25 skaters for space and safety reasons.

Racquetball and Wallyball
The Sports Center has two racquetball/wallyball courts available during normal building hours. Reservations may be made on a daily or monthly basis. Monthly reservations must be submitted to the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex office in person. NO monthly reservations will be taken by phone or fax.  

Walking Track
The walking track is open from 8:00am until 8:00pm Tuesday - Sunday and Mondays from 3:00pm until 8:00pm except during special events such as conferences or hockey games. A season walking pass is available with a season being from the 2nd week in August through the 1st of April.  Walking track patrons are asked to sign in at the office prior to starting their walking.

Indoor Ice Rental
Ice reservations require 45 days cancellation notice. If the 45 day cancellation notice is not provided original reserving party shall remain liable for rental fee.

Skating Programs
Learn to skate is a progressive ice skating instruction program designed and endorsed by the Ice Skating Institute. The program is designed for ages 2 years and older and progresses from beginner to intermediate and advanced hockey and figure skating. In the Learn to Skate program, skaters progress through skill levels during 7 week, 7 lesson semesters. Semesters run back to back during the ice season from August until April and allow skaters' skill levels to progress continuously in a positive environment. The classes are held Tuesday evenings from 6:30pm - 7:15pm and Saturday afternoon from 12:00pm until 12:45pm.

Tot Learn to Skate
The Tot Learn to Skate classes are held on Tuesday mornings from 12:15 pm until 100 pm. The program is designed for tots ages 2-5 years old and are an excellent mid-day break.

Home School Learn to Skate
Home School Learn to Skate is held Wednesday afternoons from 12:15 pm until 1:00 pm.

Synchronized Skating/Dance
Every Saturday at 10:00am Synchronized team skating involves a team of eight or more skaters skating various elements and formations to music. 

Production Team
Every Saturday at 11:00am.  A Production Team is anyone and everyone who wants to be part of a team, regardless of skating skill level and age, performed to music for 4 1/2 minutes.  This is a lavish, creative, artistic work marked by extreme freedom of style and structure, using costumes and props to illustrate the number

Hockey Power and Conditioning
In addition to the general Learn to Skate programs, the Soldotna Sports Center also offers Hockey Power and Conditioning classes on Tuesday from 5:30pm - 6:15pm.  This program is designed to condition the intermediate to advanced skater while at the same time fine tuning specific skills.

Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association
KPHA is the driving force of hockey on the Kenai Peninsula . Each year over 300 youths participate in this hockey program from in-house recreational to competitive hockey levels. The program provides excellent instructional and competitive opportunities for kids between 4 and 18 years of age. Watch for registration dates posted within the Soldotna Sports Center and around the Peninsula . For more information visit their website at

Rusty Blades Tier I
Rusty Blades Tier I is the adult hockey league playing from 1-3 nights/wk. The league also holds one tournament per year with teams from the Peninsula as well as Anchorage . For registration call Trevor Baldwin 252-5400.   

Rusty Blades Tier II
Rusty Blades Tier II is geared for the recreational or beginning adult hockey players. The league plays 1-3 nights/wk, Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday. For more information call Scott Sundberg 398-6217.

Alaska Ambush
Alaska Ambush is the adult women’s hockey league playing 1-2 hours per week, schedule varies. For more information call Heidi Hanson 252-9569.