55 www.dryden.ca Aaron Provincial Park Experience Nature on Thunder Lake Aaron Provincial Park provides recreational opportunities; camping, fishing, boating, kayaking, and much more. Sitting on the shores of Thunder Lake, the park is approximately 116.7 ha in area and supports a rich ecological and cultural history. Ancestors of indigenous peoples used Thunder Lake as a historic food collection area and Thunder Creek as a canoe route. In the 1880’s the Canadian Pacific Railway was constructed next to the present park site and was instrumental in opening the area to settlement in the 1900’s. Whether you are just traveling through the area or staying for a few days, your visit means a lot to us! Aaron Provincial Park is operated by the City of Dryden, in partnership with Ontario Parks. Top quality customer service and dedication by all involved have resulted in a clean, peaceful, family orientated campground. RESERVATIONS Can be made online at www.ontarioparks.com or by calling 1-888-ONT-PARK (1-888-668-7275). Reservations are accepted up to 5 months in advance of your arrival date. More information call SUMMER (807) 938-6534 or WINTER (807) 223-7535 DAILY RATES Regular Senior(65+) Disabled Daily Vehicle $9.96 $7.97 $4.87 Boat Launch $9.96 $7.97 $4.87 Canoe Rentals $15.00/4 hours or $30.00/day Picnic Shelter Rates available upon request Aaron Park is Proud to Offer 89 Camp Sites & Group Camp Sites 51 Electrical Sites • Roped in Swimming Area Canoe Rentals • Pavilion with BBQ Area Frozen Treats at Gatehouse Hiking Trails - Aspen 2 km, moderate/difficult or Eastern White Cedar Trail 1.2 km, easy loop Swim Area with Sand Beach Upgraded Kids Play Structure More rate information go to www.ontarioparks.com Amphitheater