The Kin Centre is a 4,645 square-metre complex of three arenas that can accommodate clubs, tournaments, and trade shows. Located adjacent to the CN Centre in the heart of Exhibition Park, the Kin Centre is one of two (the other being the CN Centre) arenas in BC with two Olympic-to-NHL-size convertible rinks, and served as a 2015 Canada Winter Games venue.
2187 Ospika Boulevard
Prince George, BC V2N 6Z1
Formerly called the Prince George Coliseum, the Rolling Mix Concrete Arena hosts the Prince George Spruce Kings, PG's Junior "A" hockey club. The Arena is located across the street from the Civic Centre and - in addition to Ringette - accommodates other sports like lacrosse, roller hockey, figure skating, and speed skating.
888 Dominion Street
Prince George, BC V6L 0A1