|Location||Simcoe, Ontario, Canada|
|Owner||The Municipality of Norfolk County|
|Operator||The Municipality of Norfolk County|
|Construction cost||more than $1,000,000|
|Tenants||Simcoe Storm, Norfolk IceCats, Norfolk HERicanes, Simcoe and District Minor Hockey Association|
The Talbot Gardens is an ice hockey arena in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. The arena was once the home to a professional hockey team, the Norfolk IceCats of the now defunct North Eastern Hockey League. The arena is currently the home to a Junior "C" team, the Simcoe Storm of the Niagara & District Junior C Hockey League. Certain hockey games pertaining to the Simcoe Storm are broadcast on community cable channel 5 during the weekends.
During the 1990s, the arena was given a facelift to look more like Maple Leaf Gardens. Thus, the architecture was re-arranged and the arena received a new coat of paint. Local sponsors (most notably Tim Hortons) have always decorated the scoreboard in addition to the interior of the hockey arena.