Players & Families can use the maps and directions below to travel to games. Please check road conditions and plan your travel time accordingly based on the current weather conditions
Directions & Maps to League Arenas
COCHRANE (Cougars Home Ice)
The Cochrane Cougars’ home ice is located at Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre. The facility is located at the end of Griffin Road. There is ample parking at the facility. There are three rinks (Totem 1, Totem 2, Totem 3), all indoors, with dressing rooms. Concessions and skate sharpening are also available at the facility.
BLACK DIAMOND (Priddis & Oilfields Home Ice)
From Cochrane, it takes about an hour to get to Black Diamond. The indoor arena at Black Diamond is called Oilfields Regional Arena. On the same site is the outdoor ice surface (Scott Seaman Ice). To access Seaman, enter the parking lot and drive around to the back of the building. There is one large heated building for changing (all one open space) and it has a public washroom. There are bleachers to sit on, but bring your blankets as they are metal. The indoor arena here can be quite cold, so dress warmly for this location whether indoors or out. They have a concession indoors and more washrooms.
BRAGG CREEK / REDWOOD MEADOWS
15 minutes from Cochrane, just shy of Bragg Creek. Take Hwy. 22 south toward Bragg Creek. Watch for signs for Redwood Meadows. There are two entrances to the community; take the second one. The rink is opposite the fire hall. This is also an outdoor rink so dress warmly. There are two small indoor change rooms. As use is overlapped by each team, it’s recommended for players to arrive mostly dressed. There is a small concession. They (usually) have a zamboni for the ice although at times parents pushing shovels is needed.
About one hour from Cochrane. A beautiful facility with two ice surfaces. The “Crowe” ice is large and has comfortable padded seats. The “Kaleta” ice has small metal bleachers so come prepared to make yourself comfortable as it can be quite cold. There is a concession in the main area. Both can be accessed from the front or the back of the arena. If on Kaleta, access is easiest from the back parking area (go immediately to your right as you enter).
From Cochrane, it’s about 45 minutes to Millarville. It is an outdoor arena with no zamboni so it’s all hands on deck as needed with the shovels. The change rooms are around the back of the building and downstairs. Visitors use the first door. There is also a concession and washrooms are near the change rooms. There is only one change room for visitors, so the next groups of our teams will be overlapping use. It gets very crowded, and it’s recommend having your player half dressed before arriving or it is quite chaotic. No room for siblings or extra people. There is no seating for spectators, standing room only unless you are brave enough to park closely and sit in your vehicle or in the flatbed (bring a lawnchair) if you have a truck – just watch for flying pucks!
From Cochrane, it’s about 25 minutes west to the Morley Rink. There is one indoor rink with dressing rooms. Leaving Cochrane, drive west on Highway 1A for approximately 30km. You will turn left onto Highway 33X, cross the bridge. Turn right approximately .5 km after the bridge. The rink will be straight down the road. Please Note: Drive with caution along Highway 1A as there can be several deer and wildlife along the highway.
From Cochrane it is about an hour to Okotoks. There are two ice surfaces at the Okotoks Rec Center, the Murray and Piper. This indoor arena has all amenities. Okotoks is located approx. 5 km west of Hwy-2 at the intersection of Hwy-2A and Hwy-7 in southwest Alberta, approx. 40 km south of Calgary. From Calgary: Hwy-2 south approx. 30 km to Hwy-2A (Okotoks). Continue south on Hwy-2A (becomes Northridge Dr.) approx. 6 km to Milligan Drive. Turn left on Milligan Dr. and proceed east approx. 0.75 km to Okotoks Drive. Turn right on Okotoks Dr. and watch for arena on the left.