Sarnia-Lambton Tourism

(888) 212-2252

Fax: (519) 332-3326
555 N. Christina Street
Sarnia, ON N7T 5W66
Lat: 42.9847441
Long: -82.4007084

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About Sarnia-Lambton Tourism
In so many ways, it's water that defines so much of what Sarnia-Lambton brings its residents and its visitors. Welcome to Blue Water Country. You'll be amazed. You'll be thrilled. You'll stand in wonderment as you take in all that the area defined by its massive expanse of water has to offer.
Your trip to this region extends all of the way from Grand Bend on Lake Huron, southwest to the city of Sarnia and south along the St. Clair River all the way to Port Lambton.  Between the Ontario and the Michigan shoreline, visitors can use the Blue Water Bridge between Port Huron and Sarnia, or the Bluewater Ferry, which connects Marine City, Michigan, and Sombra, Ontario.

While the "blue waters" of Lake Huron and the picturesque St. Clair River bring boaters far and wide, there's also numerous boat cruises to enjoy. There's even more to see and do in Sarnia & Point Edward, including two of Ontario's most modern gaming attractions, the Point Edward Charity Casino and, just a short drive down the road, the companion Hiawatha Racetrack Slots. If you're looking to shout "Bingo!" there's sure to be a game to fill that yearning. You'll also find lots in between, including Sarnia lambton's premier shopping centre, Lambton Mall, with more than 100 stores. A growing downtown area features specialty shops and great dining experiences.
What's going on? When it comes to Sarnia-Lambton, the answer is simple. Plenty. Starting with a vibrant and prolific theatre scene, with productions from professional and community companies; the area also offers a wide selection of events, activities and events—including increasingly popular cultural tourism experiences.
Catch one of a growing number of theatrical productions, many of which are hosted at the wonderfully restored downtown Imperial Oil Centre for the Performing Arts. Take in a concert or sporting event at one of southwestern Ontario's premier facilitites--the Sarnia Sports & Entertainment Centre. Museum lovers will surely want to explore the Stones 'N Bones or Discovery House museums, both of which are in the downtown district. Sarnia & Point Edward have also gained a well-deserved reputation for hosting many great events, such as Bayfest, Snowfest, the Sarnia Supreme Highland Games and the Mackinac Race, just to name a few.
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