Fall Adventures in Sarnia-Lambton


Twin Pines Orchards © Dudek Photography

Explore a new path and find fall adventures in Sarnia-Lambton

As the last few days of summer drift away and the cooler weather sets in, we know that autumn is on its way. With this change in season, Sarnia‐Lambton erupts into beautiful fall colours and welcomes the hustle and bustle of the harvest season. Whether you’re planning a road trip filled with exciting activities, a quick getaway to relax and reset, or a mix of both, perfect fall adventures await you in Sarnia‐Lambton.

Fall Colours

While there are many signs that fall is arriving, one of the most anticipated is the changing of the leaves. Explore one of the many local conservation areas in Sarnia-Lambton, and you’ll discover beautiful views, colourful trees, peaceful tranquillity, and breathtaking sunsets along Lake Huron. Looking for a smooth trail to enjoy a long bike ride? Be sure to check out the Rock Glen Conservation and waterfall in Arkona or plan a leisurely bike ride along the 300+ kilometre coastline of Ontario’s Blue Coast.

If a walk through the foliage is more your speed, Sarnia‐Lambton has you covered with parks and trails that come alive with colour during the fall season. Take a day trip and immerse yourself in the towering trees and brilliant burnt orange and golden leaves of Pinery Provincial Park, or canoe down the Ausable River for a truly breathtaking view of the autumnal foliage.

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Photo © Dudek Photography

Fresh And Local

Enjoy the freshest produce and delicious local craft beverages straight from the farm to your table. With the fall harvest season in full swing comes an abundance of the freshest local produce to Sarnia‐Lambton. Visit one of the many farmers’ market stands and farm stores across Sarnia-Lambton to experience all the delicious local produce, like gourds, squashes, and mums, and freshly prepared local goods. Or take a seat on a vineyard patio overlooking the orchards and vineyards like the ones at Shale Ridge Estate Winery and the award-winning Twin Pines Orchards & Cider House in Thedford or Alton Farms Estate Winery in Plympton-Wyoming.

Museums And More

While we all love to explore the fall colours outdoors, the Ontario weather doesn’t always cooperate with scheduling. So if you find yourself in need of an indoor adventure during your visit to Sarnia-Lambton, plan a little road trip and explore over ten local museums. From prehistoric creatures at the Stones N’ Bones Museum in Sarnia, historical wonders at the Oil Museum of Canada in Oil Springs, to the thought-provoking modern art of the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery in Sarnia, a visit to a Sarnia-Lambton Museum is a perfect fall adventure to finish off your next visit to Sarnia-Lambton.

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