Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Click the links below for sports facilities near that city:

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Big Dipper Ice Arena Fairbanks Fairbanks 1968 2,242 Multi-purpose arena; Home of Fairbanks Ice Dogs hockey
Alaska Raceway Park Anchorage Palmer 1964 1,000 Motorsports complex; Division 6 NHRA track
Adair-Kennedy Memorial Park Juneau Juneau 2005 Multi-purpose sports complex
Alaska Airlines Center Anchorage Anchorage 2014 5,000 Home of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves sports (GNAC)
Soldotna Regional Sports Complex Anchorage Soldotna 1983 2,000 Olympic sized ice rink, racquetball & wallyball courts, conference suite; Home of Kenai River Brown Bears hockey
Menard Sports & Events Center Anchorage Wasilla 2004 5,000 Includes an NHL-size ice arena, indoor artificial turf field, running/walking track, batting cage with pitching machine, 3 meeting rooms
Mulcahy Stadium Anchorage Anchorage 1964 3,500 Home of the Anchorage Glacier Pilots and Anchorage Bucs (Alaska Baseball League)
Buckner Fitness Center Anchorage Anchorage 1955 3,500 Fitness competitions; 15 intramural sports; 7 softball fields, flag football field, multipurpose field, basketball courts, ice rink, soccer field
Anchorage Football Stadium Anchorage Anchorage 1989 3,500 Venue for football, soccer, track & field
Coral Seymour Memorial Ballpark Anchorage Kenai 1976 1,300 Home of the Peninsula Oilers (Alaska Baseball League)
Carlson Center Fairbanks Fairbanks 1990 6,539 Home of University of Alaska Nanooks hockey (CCHA); Hosts the World Eskimo Indian Olympics
AVIS Alaska Sports Complex Anchorage Anchorage 1978 800 Home of Anchorage Seawolves hockey (WCHA); Hosts intramural & club sports