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Please note: September Long RyTof camping for powered sites only have been reserved through the RyTof Tournament.

4704-51 Street
Phone: (780) 663-3653

Ryley Campground power is on from May to September 30th.


Ryley Campground amenities and services are:

20 serviced stalls
15 to 30 Amp.
Pull-thru sites
Fire pits
Day-use area
Water tap
Picnic tables
Firewood available for purchase at the local grocery store
Ball Diamonds
Concession open on special events
Skate/BMX Park

Septic dump/station and water fill are closed for the 2020 season. Relocation of services will begin in 2021 moving to the campground area along with showers.

Camping fees are as follows:
$15/day (Serviced)
$10/day (Non-Serviced)
$90/week (Serviced)
$50/week (Non-Serviced)
$350/month (Serviced)
$150/month (Non-Serviced)

Campground is first come first serve. No reservations.

For more information, please contact the Village Office.

49 Street & 53 Avenue
Phone: (780) 663-3653

Hours of skating shack are:     November to March

               Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday
1 p.m.                                                                                     Hockey   Hockey    Public
3 p.m.                                                                                     Hockey   Hockey    Public
4 p.m.   Public     Hockey       Public          Hockey    Public     Public     Hockey
6 p.m.   Public     Hockey       Public          Hockey    Public     Public     Hockey
7 p.m.  Hockey     Public       Hockey          Public    Hockey   Hockey    Hockey
9 p.m.  Hockey     Public       Hockey          Public    Hockey   Hockey    Hockey

There are no longer fees for skating. Helmets required.

If you have any questions, complaints or concerns about the Outdoor Skating Rink, please contact the village office at 780-663-3653.

5121-50 Street
Phone: (780) 663-3565

The Royal Canadian Legion Ryley Branch #192, located in Ryley, across from the Beaver County Office, has been in existence since 1947. As a Service Club in the Village, The Legion was supported, in the many fund-raising and community efforts for fifty years by the Ladies Auxiliary. The Ladies Auxiliary turned in their charter in 2007, but their services and work will be remembered by many residents who attended their monthly suppers and other activities.

The Ryley Legion currently has thirty-five members and welcomes new members at any time. To become a member, an individual does not have to have been associated with the military, or have a parent or grandparent that was in the military. It is only required that anyone who wishes to join be sponsored by a current member of the Ryley Legion. Membership information may be obtained by contacting the Membership Chairperson, at 780-663-3565 at any time.

The Ryley Legion Hall is available for rent. The hall has a full kitchen and is suitable for meetings, small group functions and family get-togethers. Information on rentals may be obtained by contacting a Hall Committee Member at 780-663-3565 at any time.

The Ryley Legion meets on the first Tuesday of every month except in July and August. The Ryley Legion Executive, which attend all of the meetings, is comprised of Members who live in and around Ryley, as well as Vegreville.

The members of Ryley Legion support a number of events in the community. Each year the Poppy Committee works to raise funds by canvassing the businesses and placing poppy collection trays in businesses and public institutions from the last Friday in October until November 11 every year. The Legion, in conjunction with Ryley School Administration, plan and provide a Remembrance Day Service for the staff and students there. The Legion plans and holds Remembrance Day Services at The Legion Cenotaph, followed by a community service at the Ryley Community Center. A pot-luck dinner is held at the Legion Hall following the community service.

Ryley Legion Members and family members of veterans buried at the Ryley Cemetery attend a Grave Decorating Service on the Sunday of the Labor Day Weekend, each year. A short service is conducted and small Canadian flags and poppies are placed on the graves of veterans.

For many years, members of the Ryley Legion planned and took part in the Ryley Sports Day Parade. They continue to be part of this parade each year. The Ryley Legion is proud to be an important part of the Village of Ryley.

Membership Chairperson & Hall Committee Member: 780-663-3565

Did you know you can RENT the Legion Hall?

$100 per day and special rates for community organizations. For Legion Hall rentals call Annette at 780-663-3565.

5124-50 Street
Phone: (780) 663-3500

It was on March 6, 1974 that 21 members met in the Old Haight School and decided that they wanted to have a seniors club. So in 1975 they drew up a constitution and registered it with the Societies Branch. In January 1977, with 29 members present, a motion was made to purchase the Freebury Clinic building- the present location. These members worked hard to pay for this building because by December 14, 1977 the building was paid in full. They held the official opening on February 3, 1978.

The Club soon felt they needed more room, so an addition was started on July 11, 1983. This project was completed by September 7, 1983. This addition provided room to have a pool table, a dart board and floor and table shuffleboard.

The Club welcomes visitors and new members anytime, to join or stop in for a friendly cup of coffee. Any person 50 years of age or older is welcome to join. To become a member we have an annual fee of $10.00. Each Monday afternoon from 1:30 on, we play Crib. On Wednesday afternoon we start with 6 games of Bingo. Then you are free to play whatever you like- pool, shuffleboard, scrabble, dominoes, cards or just visit. There is always coffee, tea and lunch served.

On the first and third Thursday we play Euchre in the evening starting at 7 o’clock. On the first Friday of the month we have a Crib Tournament starting at 7 o’clock.

In the Spring in order to raise money we have a raffle, bake sale and lunch of beef on a bun. At Christmas time we enjoy a turkey meal catered to.

Please feel free to stop in anytime and visit.

Thank you,

Ryley Sunshine Club

5103-49 Street (Right next to the Ryley Community Centre & Curling Rink)

Ryley Museum Society Organized in 1986. Museum is housed in two former schools, Haight from north of Ryley and Palmer, south of Ryley. The museum is between the Community Centre and the Curling Rink. All three facilities share the paved parking lot. Beside the school buildings, we have a pole shed to house machinery. Included in this shed are a threshing machine, a binder, a seed drill, two fanning mills, a fresno, a cultivator and the 1941 Ryley fire truck as well as the Village steamer and a hay rack. Inside a chain link fence there is a old windmill and a old log cabin. The main building houses the Rebekkah Lodge articles, the Legion Ladies Auxiliary display, Dr. MacPherson’s doctor bag and picture of him at graduation, a large collection of dolls, artifacts used in the pioneer homes to furnish, cook, make butter, separate milk and to wash clothes. Numerous families had written their individual stories which are on display. There is a corner of a school display and many pictures and calendars from yester year.

We are in the need of new members and anyone who wishes to help with carpentry work or mylar encapsulating of pictures and other flat items please come.

Hours of Operation:
Open during July & August or by appointment.
Wednesday, Friday & Saturday

Donations are always appreciated and new members are welcomed. Membership is $5.00 per person on a yearly basis.

Artifacts include: antique lamps, kitchen items, school pictures & items, doll & toy collection, clothing, furniture, & some big machinery from back in the day.

For more information or to see when the next meeting is, please contact Willis Reist at (780) 663-2441 or (780) 886-8144.

5113-50 Street
Phone: (780) 663-3999
Fax: (780) 663-3909

Memberships: $10 Single   $20 Family
Good for one year from the time of purchase. You can use your membership for rentals on books, DVD’s and audio tapes. You can rent books from other libraries in Alberta once a week and have them sent to the McPherson Library. There are 3 computers for public use, no membership required. For hours of operation or more information on the McPherson Library visit the link below.

McPherson Library  


Ryley has 1 Fastball Diamond and 3 Baseball Diamonds.

There are no longer fees for the usage of the ball diamonds. We do ask for a schedule for any team games and practices.

For any more information on the ball diamonds please contact the Village office at (780)663-3653. Thank you.

The Village would like to welcome all skaters and BMX riders to our new facility which is located next to the Concession building in the Sports Grounds. We would like to remind all park users that you are required to wear protective equipment at all times while on the park especially helmets. It is very important that you use the park in a safe and respectable manner. If you notice or see any damages or vandalism please contact the Village Office immediately so we can make sure it is a safe environment for all our guest. We encourage everyone to check it out, enjoy and over all have FUN!

Village of Ryley Ph: 780-663-3653

5215-52 Ave.
Phone: (780) 663-3505

The Ryley Swimming Pool & Wellness Center features a 25m x 10m indoor pool with modern equipment for exercise and for palliative care. Ryley is the only Alberta village with an indoor pool.

For more information and swim times, contact the Ryley Swimming Pool & Wellness Center.