MASC Sports Facilities
The MASC has helped develop 12 amateur sports facilities around the state.
The Bush Lake Ski Jump in Bloomington is part of the Hyland Lake Park Reserve. It is owned by the Three Rivers Park District and operated by the Minneapolis Ski Club.
Giants Ridge in Biwabik is the annual home of the Nordic State Ski Championships and is a four-season resort destination.
The OVAL at the Roseville Skating Center has the world's largest outdoor refrigerated ice sheet and has hosted World Cup and World Championship speed skating events.
The Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud consists of two Olympic-sized sheets of ice and a main arena that seats 6,000. It is the home of the St. Cloud State Huskies hockey teams.
The Minneapolis Sports Center is part of the Midtown YWCA in South Minneapolis and provides numerous athletic facilities for under-served youth.
The flagship facility of the Minnesota Amateur Sports Commission, the National Sports Center in Blaine is the largest amateur sports and meeting facility in the world.
On the campus of Rochester Century High School, the National Volleyball Center is jointly operated by the City of Rochester and the Rochester School District.
The Ole Mangseth Memorial Ski Jump in Coleraine is outfitted with plastic mats to allow for ski jump training and competition year-round.
The primary recreational use of the Range Recreation Civic Center in Eveleth is curling. It features 25,000 square feet of indoor space. The development of the facility included cooperation between four cities on the Iron Range.
Red Baron Arena & Expo in Marshall is the newest facilities developed with the help of MASC. The facility has two ice sheets and is available for conventions and meetings. It will anchor the Schwan Regional Amateur Sports Center currently under construction.
The St. Louis River Outpost Whitewater Center near Carlton offers varied terrain for all whitewater enthusiasts. The outpost is operated by the University of Minnesota-Duluth outdoor program.
Located on East Bank of the University of Minnesota campus in Minneapolis, the Aquatic Center has been the home for Big Ten and NCAA championships, along with many other national and international competitions.