Aaron Provincial Park

Location: Wabigoon
Region: Northwestern
Character: Recreation
Length/Size: 288.4 acres

Aaron Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

Sandy beaches, playgrounds and the clear, shallow waters of ancient Thunder Lake near Dryden make Aaron an ideal family 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.
Electric Sites - 24
Group Camping - One large group camping site, is located not far from East Beach, on the shore of Thunder River. It can accommodate up to 100 people. A water tap is provided on site and bathrooms are in close proximity. The site is divided into two sections, tucked away in the beauty of nature. The group campground was developed for any large group wishing to camp together. Reservations for group camping can be made by calling the park directly at (807) 938-6534.
Barrier Free Access - Showers, flush toilets
Showers - Yes
Flush Toilets - Yes
Laundromat - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Boat Launch - Yes

Aspen Trail 1.9 km (1 hour) easy
Eastern White Cedar Trail 1.2 km (1 hour) easy

Picnics and Day Use
The picnic area has tables, toilet facilities and a large picnic shelter that can be reserved in advance for large groups.

Spring is the best time to catch lake trout. Cast your line all season for walleye, northern pike and smallmouth bass.
More information on fishing.

Aaron can be used as a starting point for several major canoe routes.

Wildlife Viewing
Red squirrels and snowshoe hares are common. You might also see moose, white-tailed deer and black bears.

Launch your boat at the north end of the park. Thunder Lake is great for power boating and sailing.

Two sandy beaches slope into clear, shallow water, perfect for family swimming.

There are no dedicated cycling trails.

Winter Activities
Try snowshoeing or cross-country skiing at Aaron.

Rentals - Canoes

For more information:
Aaron Provincial Park
Box 730
Dryden, Ontario
P8N 2Z4
(807) 938-6534 (May to October)
(807) 223-7535 (November to April)