The 6 Best Things to Do in Dryden, Ontario
Discover the best top things to do in Dryden, Canada including Aaron Provincial Park, Naked North, Dryden & District Museum, Kinsmen Park, Dryden Pool and Fitness Centre, Roy Wilson Suspension Bridge.
1. Aaron Provincial Park
4 based on 16 reviews
Reviewed By lgoub - Ottawa, CanadaOttawa, Canada
very nice and cozy park. Lots of camping ground and several activities available, swimming, canoeing and finishing. The lake is beautiful and the park overall seemed very accessible and well maintained.
2. Naked North
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Reviewed By catabroad - Dryden, CanadaDryden, Canada
Local Art of High Quality Highlights Canada and NW Ontario
This is a gem of an art gallery. Local artists have come together to provide an outlet for their creations. These beautiful pieces range from large sized art for your home, to small sized art that is perfect for gifts or as a personal purchase to take alo
3. Dryden & District Museum
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Reviewed By TinselPixie - Dryden, Ontario, CanadaDryden, Ontario, Canada
Always something interesting to see.
This restored and renovated pioneer home houses a unique collection of pioneer artifacts. (I'm particularly in love with their crazy quilt) The unofficial world record whitetail deer head (confiscated from a hunter) is something to see, huge rack on him.
4. Kinsmen Park
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Reviewed By bluedomo - Dryden, CanadaDryden, Canada
Cute parket for the kiddies
Little one block space covered with swings and playground equipment. There is also a (free) walk through fountain that the kids splash around in all summer. There are some very nice mature trees that provide shade and benches to sit under them. A very goo
5. Dryden Pool and Fitness Centre
4 based on 2 reviews
Reviewed By Cassandra J
Clean, friendly and
It's not a Movati by any means, but the Pool & Fitness Centre is one of the best places in town for your average gym goer. I have been coming here for years, and it has been upgraded through the years. The equipment is always clean, and the members are al
6. Roy Wilson Suspension Bridge
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Reviewed By SailorAirman - Hamilton, CanadaHamilton, Canada
Located on the Dryden Trail behind the Chalet Inn Motel this is sort of bridge to nowhere. It crosses the river towards the pulp mill but on the other side is simply a look out stand to look at the river rapids, the land beyond belongs to the mill. It's a