Whether you are looking for arts and culture, fine dining, farmers markets or a beach vacation, Sarnia is the place you want to be. Located where the natural azure waters of Lake Huron and the St. Clair River meet, Sarnia has one of the finest waterfronts in Canada, if not the world. There are over 1,000 acres of parkland in the city and extensive bike trails connecting to the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail.
Sarnia’s downtown waterfront features an outdoor stage, marina, water sports and a boat launch within walking distance to the downtown core where visitors can dine, shop, visit a brewery or the Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery. Kids and adults alike love the Stones ‘N Bones Museum and the Seaway Kiwanis Art Gallery. Visitors can expect hot, humid summers and cold winters, making any time a great time to visit Sarnia!
Map of Sarnia businesses in the tourism sector.