Mennen Sports Arena is open for limited programs. Please call the arena for information.
161 East Hanover Ave, Morris Township, NJ 07950
- Hours of Operation
- Public Skating Schedule / Adult Open Hockey
- Learn-To-Skate (Hockey & Figure Skating)
- Private Lessons / Pro Staff
- Birthday Parties
- Non-Ice Rentals
- Hockey & Figure Skating Clubs
- High School Hockey Schedule
- Check Public Session Punch Pass Balance Online
Welcome to Mennen Sports Arena
For a great way to build lifetime memories with your kids, hone your figure or hockey skating skills, learn to skate, or even have a unique company/team building event, head on over to the best three surface ice arena in the area! The Mennen Sports Arena is fully equipped with a Pro Shop and Eatery.
Mennen Sports Arena, home to over 1 million visitors annually, offers conveniently scheduled public skate sessions daily. Want to improve your ice skating skills? Adults and children can sign up for lessons through the Learn-To-Skate program, recognized as one of the top ten programs in the nation. If you prefer private lessons, including speed skating, choose from one of the many qualified coaches, including three former Olympians. You will be skating with confidence in no time!
Mennen Sports Arena is the perfect location to host a birthday party and corporate team building all with the convenience of the on-site eatery, party packages, and private rental rooms. Rink #1 with 2,500 seating capacity, can also be rented for off-ice events, such as Grappler Compeition, dog shows, antique shows, concerts, craft shows, and special events.
Mennen Sports Arena is open daily 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Closed for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The Pro Shop is operated by xHockeyProducts
To contact the Pro Shop, please call 973.998.7274.
The William G. Mennen Sports Arena was built in 1973 on land donated by the Mennen Company. On Sunday, January 12, 1975, the William G. Mennen Sports Arena was officially opened to the public. At the opening, there was only one ice surface with permanent seating for 2,500 spectators. In 1986, a second ice surface was completed and in 2002, a third ice surface was completed.