Welcome Back to Sarnia-Lambton
It’s Time to Rediscover the Best of Ontario’s Blue Coast


TOP IMAGE © Dudek Photography

A short drive west, along Highways 401 and 402, brings you to Sarnia-Lambton and the home of Ontario’s Blue Coast. Located along 300 kilometres of pristine waterfront and a perfect blend of urban and rural landscapes, our region has been waiting to share our stories, passions, and adventures as you rediscover the best of Ontario’s Blue Coast. Experience world-class entertainment, enjoy locally curated dining and drinks, or unwind at your new favourite family paradise close to home.


From calm and relaxing to exhilarating adventures, Ontario’s Blue Coast in Sarnia-Lambton has the perfect outdoor adventure for any level of nature lover. Book a fishing charter and have an experienced guide show you the best hotspots for pickerel, perch, walleye, or salmon. Rent a boat for the afternoon and hit the open water, or book a leisurely river cruise along the tropical blue water of the St. Clair River and Lake Huron as you experience the breathtaking and world-famous sunsets.

If a more active waterfront adventure is your style, rent a kayak or stand-up paddleboard from River Adventures in Grand Bend, or try your skills at wakeboarding with Boarder Pass Wakeboard Park in Sarnia. For those looking to enjoy Sarnia-Lambton’s natural surroundings and ecosystems, book some time exploring the hundreds of kilometres of nature trails sprawled throughout Sarnia-Lambton, including a ‘must-see’ stop at the Rock Glen Conservation waterfall.


With the warmer weather right at our doorstep, it is the perfect time to grab a fresh pint and hit a patio—or two—and sample some freshly prepared and locally sourced cuisine. From classic Canadian favourites to new and creative dishes, your local dining experience can be perfectly paired with an ice-cold craft beer, a crisp glass of wine, or a sparkling glass of hard cider from one of Sarnia-Lambton’s 14 craft beverage producers.

Man and Woman walking through forest on wood bridge, Sarnia-Lambton, Ontario's Blue Coast
© Dudek Photography


The best part about Sarnia-Lambton’s unique blend of rural and urban regions is that you can find accommodations perfectly suited to your budget and style. If you are looking for an upscale getaway, Grand Bend, Point Edward and Sarnia have the perfect accommodations to fit your needs. Get pampered and enjoy a serene weekend with modern technology and luxurious surroundings, conveniently located close to the bustling nightlife and world-class entertainment.

If you are a rustic, back-to-nature vacationer, you can find unique accommodations like spending a night in a stylish covered wagon, a treehouse getaway in the woods or a variety of family-friendly camping sites located throughout Sarnia-Lambton.

Whatever your level of relaxation, adventure, and enjoyment may be, now is the time to plan a trip and rediscover what has been waiting for you in Sarnia-Lambton.

Rediscover the best of Sarnia-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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