About Dryden

Discover Dryden, The Wilderness City

The city is known for fishing and hunting opportunities, but it offers so much more. It is home to a first class recreational complex, fully equipped with swimming pool and waterslide, therapeutic warm pool, fitness and aerobics rooms, aquash and raquetball courts, a cardio-fitness centre and two indoor ice surfaces.

Around the city, you’ll find a waterfront golf course, a curling club with leagues for all ages, and beaches and parks galore.

Nearby Aaron Provincial Park provides recreational opportunities for the whole family, from fishing, camping, canoeing,  boating and wind- surfing to cross country skiing in the winter.

Enjoy soccer, baseball, skateboarding, and golf. There’s curling, skiing, and hockey in the winter, camping and swimming in summer – all four seasons offer a full range of activities in our Wilderness City.

The Dryden Regional Airport

The airport is a full service facility offering Customs and Immigration, a modern air terminal, a 6,200 ft. paved runway which also seves the Ministry of Natural Resources Fire Centre, aviation fuals, ILS and ground transportation to all of the extensive facilities and services that dryden has to offer.

The Dryden Regional Airport is serviced by two regional air carriers offering daily scheduled service to Winnipeg, Manitoba and Thunder Bay, Ontario with connections at both destinations to therest of Canada and the United States. Geographically, Dryden is the Centre of Northwestern Ontario and is the hub for retail shopping and services in the region.