Penticton Memorial Arena

The Penticton Memorial Arena is a 2,212-seat multi-purpose arena in Penticton, British Columbia. It was home to the Penticton Vees ice hockey team. It is also home of the BC hockey hall of fame, and facilitates the Okanagan Hockey School and the Okanagan Hockey Academy. The arena opened in October of 1951 with the Penticton Vees. The team won the 1952-53 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs, won the 1953-54 Allan Cup Final, and were 1955 World Championship winners representing Canada.

In January of 2016, several areas of the arena were damaged by a roof collapse that occurred due to the weight of snowfall.

Preceded by
First Arena
Home of the
Penticton Vees
Succeeded by
South Okanagan Events Centre