Boyle is proud of all it has to offer its residents with respect to recreation and community facilities.
Our Arena was recently upgraded and now boasts a beautiful mezzanine and viewing area where people can sit comfortably and watch the activities on the ice surface. Boyle has a strong commitment to its youth and this is shown by the busy schedule kept by Boyle Minor Hockey. We also have an active “Old Timers” hockey team and other recreational hockey opportunities. See Arena Schedule on the Bulletin Board.
The Boyle Curling Club is very proud of its 3 sheet facility which is connected by way of a pedway to our Arena. A full kitchen facility is found on the main level, and the mezzanine and viewing area has an area for snacks and refreshments. The Curling Club hosts a Men’s Bonspiel, Ladies Bonspiel and a Mixed Bonspiel every year and is kept busy with league play in between. Arena Schedule 2015-2016
BOYLE COMMUNITY CENTRE
The Community Centre comfortably seats 400 people in its main area (500 without tables) and houses both the local playschool and our public library. It is recently renovated and is air-conditioned.
Summer recreation within the Village includes ball diamonds, skateboard park, volleyball sand pits and tennis courts. For outdoor enthusiasts one doesn’t have to travel far to enjoy all that our area has to offer. Golfing at Skeleton Lake Golf and Country Club and Northern Ridge Golf & RV Resort. Swimming, boating, water skiing, trail riding, bike and hiking paths and camping facilities are available at Long Lake Provincial Park, Hope Lake, Skeleton Lake and North Buck Lake, all just a short drive from town. Flat Lake, located just a few miles west of the Village, offers some of the best bird watching in Alberta.
Winter offers opportunities for ice fishing, cross country and downhill skiing and snowmobile rallies within the immediate area, and with our Arena and Curling Rink always busy, one never has to travel too far to find activities.
BOYLE R.V. PARK
The campground site in Boyle has 27 stalls and each site includes a fire pit, picnic table and 30 amp power. A communal water tap is available in the park which take quarters. The water tap is available seasonaly. The dump station is located off site but still within the Village limits. There are portable toilets on site . The campsite is self registering at a rate of $25.00 a night. The sites are available year round. For any question please contact the Village office at 780-689-3643.
For more information on the area, visit Athabasca Country Tourism - Nature, History and Events located 90 minutes north of Edmonton, Alberta Canada.