Aaron Provincial Park
Aaron Provincial Park is 116.7 ha in area and supports a rich ecological and cultural history. Ancient Aboriginal peoples used Thunder Lake as a historic food collection area and Thunder Creek as a canoe route. In the 1880s the Canadian Pacific Railway was constructed next to the present park site and was instrumental in opening the area to settlement in the 1900s. Over time, Thunder Lake became an increasingly popular recreational site, and the need for a park here became apparent. 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.
Tourist Attractions, Campground, Provincial Park, Camping, Beaches
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