About DrydenDryden's natural resources offer opportunities for numerous outdoor recreational activities. Its forests are the source for the fiber that a pulp and paper mill uses to make white paper for worldwide distribution. Opportunities for paddling the waterways, rock climbing and windsurfing lure visitors to the region and its numerous lakes. The city's mascot, Max the Moose, is represented by a 5.5-metre-high (18-ft.) steel and concrete sculpture in front of the tourist information center.
Visitor Centers Visitor Information Centre TransCanada Hwy. 17 Dryden, ON P8N 2P3. Phone:(807)223-2174 or (800)667-0935
Things to Do Dryden and District Museum
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349 Government St. Dryden, ON P8N 2P4