- Many lakes close by for boating fun,
- Dryden Golf sites and Curling Club
- Great fishing
- Wabigoon Lake
- Snowmobile Trail Network
- Eagle Lake & Lac Seul
- Wal Mart - Canadian Tire - Marks
- Dryden River Walkway System
- Aaron & Blue Lake Provincal Parks
- Egli's Wool & Sheep Farm
- The Boffo Bag Company
- Dryden Yacht Club
- Dryden Recreation Complex/Pool/Ice Rinks
- Highway/City Center Shopping
Centro de la ciudad
Indicaciones del centro de la ciudad al hotel: East
Distancia del hotel: 3.11 MI/ 5 KM
Want to learn more about local history and culture while staying in our hotel? The Dryden & District Museum is dedicated to preserving local heritage, and it boasts a collection of over 10,000 artifacts in 4,000 sq. ft. of exhibits across four floors.
For a fun day in the beautiful outdoors, visit Aaron Provincial Park, which is owned by the City of Dryden. Our hotel's guests can hike the trails, pack a picnic or settle down by Thunder Lake for fishing, canoeing and swimming at the two sandy beaches. The City of Dryden is also located on beautiful Wabigoon Lake offering boating, swimming and excellent fishing.
No se vaya a casa sin
No trip is complete without a visit with Max the Moose, the official mascot of Dryden. Our hotel's guests can find this 18-ft. tall, nine-ton moose statue at the Dryden Information Centre near the Trans-Canada Highway.
Summer brings beautiful weather and comfortable temperatures in the upper teens, while the winter brings an elegant layer of 20 or more cm of snow across Dryden, Ontario. Our hotel's staff suggests checking the most recent forecast before packing.