Sandy beaches, playgrounds and the clear, shallow waters of ancient Thunder Lake near Dryden make Aaron Provincial Park an ideal families stop for swimming, boating and fishing. Hiking trails wind through white cedar and aspen forests, and double as ski trails in winter. Spring is great for trout fishing. There are 98 campsites with access to comfort stations, showers, and a Laundromat. The picnic area has tables, toilet facilities and a large picnic shelter that can be reserved in advance for large groups. The park can be used as a starting point for several major canoe routes. Red squirrels and snowshoe hares are common in the park. You might also see moose, white-tailed deer and black bears.
November to April: 807-223-7535.