It’s Time To Explore Sarnia-Lambton

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Exploring Ontario’s Blue Coast © Courtesy of Dudek Photography

A few hours west of the GTA, along Ontario’s Blue Coast in Sarnia-Lambton, awaits an endless list of places and adventures to explore. Whether you are looking to find a new trail through the forest, explore the tropical blue waters of Lake Huron, or find local and hand-made treasures, exploring every corner of the region will leave you and your family relaxed, happy, and ready to plan new and exciting experiences.

Find a New Path

The first thing to do when you reach Ontario’s Blue Coast in Sarnia-Lambton is swap out the four wheels of your automobile for two wheels of a bicycle or put on a pair of hiking shoes and slow things down with a leisurely stroll throughout Sarnia-Lambton’s hundreds of kilometres of trails. Pedal the paved paths along the St. Clair River Trail in St. Clair Township. Witness nature up close with trails at the Pinery Provincial Park in Grand Bend or find the wonder at the waterfalls at Rock Glen Conservation Area in Arkona. Visiting Sarnia-Lambton and planning an exploration tour will leave you rejuvenated, inspired, and appreciative that you were able to slow roll along Ontario’s Blue Coast.

Have A Beach Day

One of the best things about choosing a Sarnia-Lambton location for a quick and easy getaway is that you can wake up just steps from tropical blue waters and beautiful sandy beaches along Ontario’s Blue Coast. The newly redesigned Colonial Hotel in Grand Bend is a minute’s walk from the Grand Bend Main Beach, where you will find a fun and exciting beachfront full of summertime activities and events for the whole family.

For a family adventure in Sarnia, a beach day at Canatara Park is a ‘must visit’ stop to dip your toes in the sand, catch a wave, or take the family to the nearby Canatara Animal Farm. With top hotel choices just minutes away, you can explore the perfect beach day along Ontario’s Blue Coast on any budget and with comfort and style.

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Photo © Dudek Photography

Art, Museums, and More

In Sarnia-Lambton, there are plenty of opportunities to explore the discoveries that have taken place in our region, witness inspirational moments, and relive experiences from influential figures. Listen to the International Symphony Orchestra as they perform beautiful orchestral pieces at the Imperial Theatre in Sarnia. View wildly creative artistic pieces from iconic Canadian artists at the Norman & Alix Art Gallery in Sarnia, or step back in time and discover the heritage of Ontario’s Blue Coast at the Lambton Heritage Museum in Grand Bend.

From breathtaking natural landscapes and relaxing accommodations to thoughtful and creative musical and artistic masterpieces, planning a weekend getaway to explore the best of Sarnia-Lambton is the perfect way to feel inspired and ready to discover new adventures and experiences.

Plan your weekend of Exploring the best in Sarania-Lambton today: ontbluecoast.com

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Home to more than 300 kilometers of waterfront including 2 internationally renowned Blue Flag beaches; however you define a water-filled day of fun, endless options await along Ontario’s Blue Coast.

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