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TRAVEL LIKE A LOCAL | Top 10,000 Places to Visit in Canada

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Dryden | Ontario

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Max the Moose

Dryden’s mascot Max the Moose was built in 1962 and is the oldest moose in Canada.

Max stands over 5.6 metres tall and has a beautiful Bald Eagle bench right beside him.

Photo: drydennow.com

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Roy Wilson Suspension Bridge

The beautiful Roy Wilson suspension bridge crosses the Wabigoon River and allows views of the river to rapids from the middle!

The suspension bridge was completed in 2009 and spans nearly 112’.

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Chip Box

The Chip Box is a Dryden staple offering arguably the best fish and chips in Ontario.

Located in the heart of Dryden, the Chip Box offers chicken as well as other options to accommodate everyone.

Photo: facebook.com/The-Chip-Box-432794723425369

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Home Town of Chris Pronger

Chris Pronger is arguably the best NHL defenseman of all time. Playing over 1100 games, putting up 698 points, winning two Olympic gold medals, a Stanley Cup with the Anaheim Ducks, and a plethora of individual awards, Chris Pronger is the pride of Dryden.

Pronger was born in Dryden to Jim and Eila Pronger, an immigrant from Finland. He grew up playing minor hockey in his hometown.

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Blue Lake Provincial Park

Established in 1960, Blue Lake is visited by thousands every year for its crystal blue water, hiking trails, and fishing.

The park features a store with incredible ice cream, a laundromat, picnic shelters, and loads of campsites.

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Dryden & District Museum

The Dryden & District Museum seeks to preserve the history of Dryden and surrounding areas. With over 10,000 artifacts including one of the biggest whitetail deer ever harvested, the Dryden & District Museum is the perfect spot to learn all about Dryden.

Photo: facebook.com/DrydenDistrictMuseum

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Aaron Provincial Park

Aaron Provincial Park was established in 1958 and is the spot for all outdoor enthusiasts. Located just of the Trans-Canada Highway, Aaron Provincial Park includes Thunder Lake which is perfect for swimming.

Aaron Park includes biking/hiking trails, great fishing, and camping opportunities.

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Naked North

Naked North is the perfect spot to experience Dryden’s Arts and Crafts scene.

Naked North Art Gallery and gift shop sells and displays work from local artisans. Products include jewelry, knitting, photography, and Indigenous art.

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