This is a multi-purpose non-profit indoor ice Athletics facility. With seating for 2,500 people, and a total of 16000 square meters of space, it’s a one stop ice sports stop. It is used by semi professional and school ice hockey teams, houses various youth hockey leagues, and is used by the USA Paralympics sled hockey team for practice. But for the everyday public it provides skate and shoot facilities, public ice skating, birthday party rentals, skating lessons, broomball and open freestyle sessions. They also have a decent figure skating program. The facility also has a restaurant, ice cream stalls and a cafe. Occasionally it is rented out for corporate events and trade shows. All things considered it is a decent amount of fun.
Entrance Ticket Details For Bill Gray's Iceplex
Public skating prices:
- Adults: $7.00
- Youth: $4.00
- Seniors: $4.00
- Veterans: $4.00
- Skate Rental: $4.00
- Ice Scooter Rental: $4.00
- Skate and shoot: $7.00
- Open freesytle: $12.00
Bill Gray's Iceplex Hours
- The facility is usually open all day, but access may be restricted based on the extensive list of events scheduled here. Check attraction website calendar for details on when you may access the rinks.
How to Reach Bill Gray's Iceplex
- Bus 24, 50 stop Bill Gray's Iceplex.
- Bus 23 stop Bright-Hen TL & opp MCC Entrance.
- By Car or take a taxi.
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0.81% of people who visit Rochester include Bill Gray's Iceplex in their plan
95% of people start their Bill Gray's Iceplex visit around 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Bill Gray's Iceplex
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Bill Gray's Iceplex Reviews & Ratings
Some of the worst ice we have ever skated on. The edges were caved in and the puck would get stuck between the ice and the boards. Once skater went down with a knee injury due to the uneven ice against the boards. The pro shop was no longer available, the coffee shop was closed. The restaurant/bar was nice to grab a bite to eat between games. The rinks also have limited to no seating; if you handicapped you would need to stay up stairs and view through the windows.
Miss having Locker Room Sports. Gram and company were the best at sharpening and great selection of sticks. New sharpening area in bottom level. never seems to be open. Hope Locker Room comes back.
Watching hockey indoors and not freezing is GREAT. Having good food available is an added plus
I have played in men's hockey league here for years, my child now has been in skating programs for 3 years ( from open skate, and skating 101 to hockey 101) and the rinks are always nice (ice is hard) and the staff are AMAZING people. We have had 2 birthday parties here so far and I am SURE we will be back for more. They are always a really fun time and it gets the kids out and moving around to have a good time together. Love it!
Great hockey rink. Concessions, good ice, 4 sheets.