The Facilities

Exceptionally maintained ice, high standards for cleanliness and a wholesome family environment are trademarks of Suburban facilities. Adhering to the company’s core values of Customer Service, Integrity, Professionalism and Respect, team members are passionate about delivering excellence to our customers, business and community partners.

Suburban Ice Macomb

Whether you are a beginner looking for public skating, or an advanced figure skater or hockey player - we have programs for you! Suburban Ice Macomb was constructed in 2005 to serve the northeast suburbs.

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Suburban Ice Rochester

Featuring three sheets of ice, Suburban Ice Rochester – formerly known as the Onyx – joined the corporate family in 2016 after being managed by Suburban on behalf of private interests since the doors opened in 1999.

Suburban Ice Farmington Hills

Suburban Ice - Farmington Hills, located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, is an ice arena that was originally built as a tennis club in the 1970's. SIFH has two NHL-regulation sized ice sheets, eight private dressing rooms, two officials rooms, heated viewing areas with full sound of the action, a pro shop, skate rental and is home to the HoneyBaked Hockey Club.

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Suburban Ice East Lansing

Ice Sport - East Lansing was a two-sheet, 90,000 square foot facility built in 1999 just off the Michigan State University campus.  The facility was purchased by Suburban Sports Group and the name changed to Suburban Ice - East Lansing. The facility hosts five high school teams, the Lansing Hockey Association and the Lansing Skating Club as well as a variety of tournaments, skating events.

John Lindell Ice Arena - Royal Oak

The John Lindell Ice Arena features two NHL-sized rinks. Originally constructed in 1971 with one indoor rink and one outdoor rink. The second sheet of ice was enclosed in 1995 in part of a $3.5 million renovation. The arena received its namesake from John Lindell, who served as Royal Oak’s Director of Parks and Recreation for 16 years. The rink is home to the Royal Oak Hockey Club and New Edge Figure Skating Club.

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Novi Ice Arena

The Novi Ice Arena opened in September 1998. This beautiful multi-surface facility offers two NHL-regulation sized ice sheets with seating capacities of 750 and 250, heated viewing areas, pro shop, two cafés, skate rental and space for meetings and parties.