Dresden is a quiet residential town of 2400 people on the Sydenham River. There is affordable real estate in the community or in the surrounding countryside. The people are friendly and welcoming. It is a safe community with caring neighbours and a great place to raise a family.
The town offers a library, primary and secondary schools, churches, many service organizations and a variety of athletic activities. There is a swimming pool, gym as well as baseball hockey and soccer leagues. There is golf nearby. Shopping is available in town as well as in nearby Wallaceburg and Chatham. London, Windsor, Detroit and Port Huron are all accessible for entertainment and shopping as well as professional sports.
Dresden is a local center for black history and hosts Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Reverend Josiah Henson was the inspiration for Harriet Beecher Stowe’s famous novel.
Dresden Community Health Foundation Link – www.dchf.ca