Boyle, Alberta

City Profile & Statistics

Boyle is a quaint village in northern Alberta within the Athabasca County. It is one of the richest agricultural regions in Alberta, with forestry and natural resources industries growing at a rapid rate.

This village offers many amenities not normally found in a municipality of its size, such as a medical clinic, hospital and new regional ambulance station, RCMP detachment, library, a twenty-six lot RV Park, and various recreational facilities with recent upgrades. The Millview Recreation Complex was recently upgraded with a beautiful mezzanine and viewing area for people to sit comfortably and observe the activities on ice. Curling and hockey are popular winter sports at the arena, alongside cross country and downhill skiing, ice fishing, and snowmobile rallies around the outskirts of the village. Summer activities within Boyle include skateboarding, golfing, boating, water skiing, and hiking and biking. Long Lake Provincial Park, Hope Lake, Skeleton Lake, and North Buck Lake are all great locations for a leisure hike and/or bike ride.

Boyle is a close-knit community with many social clubs and organizations for individuals of all ages.This includes the Boyle Soccer Club, Boyle Minor Hockey, Brownies and Girl Guides, Boyle & District Agricultural Society, Boyle Newbrook & District Rural Crime Watch, and more.

Population: 948

163 kilometres north of Edmonton, Alberta

87 kilometres southwest of Fort McMurray, Alberta

January Average Temperature: -13.5° Celsius

July Average Temperature: 16.7° Celsius

Education: One Preschool, and One K-12 Institution

Top Industries: Forestry, Agriculture, and Natural Resources

Major Local Events: Curling Bonspiel (Men’s, Ladies’ and Mixed), Agriculture Society Annual Rodeo, Square Dancing, Monday Night Shinny, and New Year’s Eve Gala

Cost of Living: Low, Affordable


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