Sarnia and Lambton County has a distinguished place as a region passionate about sports and recreational play. No matter which jersey you wear or clubs you swing, we have a proven track record for delivering a multitude of sports and recreational options to challenge you. Our outdoor playground boasts 600 km of trails, both on and off the road, challenging golf courses, state of the art sport facilities, miles of scenic shoreline, lush gardens and 116 public parks. Thinking about a weekend away with the kids that’s long overdue or it’s time to plan the annual guys’ only trip – we are your play destination.
You can swim in it, sail on it, gaze upon it and cast a fishing line in it, whatever way you choose to savour the blue waters of Lake Huron and the St. Clair River; it will be a memorable time you won’t soon forget. You are in the heart of the Great Lakes and home to one of the busiest recreational boating and shipping regions. Pack up the family and don’t forget the beach towels and spend a day at one of our white sandy beaches. If that’s a little too laid back for you; let’s pump up the adrenaline with a trip to Sarnia Boarder Pass. They are the 1st and only straight line cable systems in Ontario and a fully functional wakeboard wake skate and water ski course located at Sarnia Bay Marina. This summer the Boarder Pass Triple Crown competition comes to Sarnia on August 31, this unique competition is a must-see. No matter which water activity you want to try, we guarantee to get you wet!
Bring Your Best Driver
Polish up your clubs and get ready to tee off at one of the 22 incredible golf courses in Sarnia and Lambton County. We are home to 2003 Masters Champion Mike Weir and played host to the Canadian Tour’s Bayer Championship. Whether it’s an 18 holes Championship course or 9 hole executive play you are looking for, we offer an unmatched variety of courses. With over 91,000 yards to choose from, we will test the skill of the most experienced golfers. Let us challenge your game with dramatic beauty featuring old growth forest, sand traps, hills, water and on occasion wildlife. Bring your foursome for a great game of golf.
Pine Tree Paradise
Over half a million visitors can’t be wrong that enter the gates of Pinery Provincial Park each year in Grand Bend. Southern Ontario’s largest and most ecologically diverse natural environment boasts 6,000 acres of paradise and over 9 kilometres of pristine Lake Huron beach. Find the nature enthusiast in yourself and hike one of the 10 different nature trails or gaze upon some of the oldest and most spectacular sand dunes in North America. We suggest bike rentals (or bring your own) to explore 15km of trails. The park features 1,000 campsites and offers year round camping, so book a campsite early. When’s the last time you roasted marshmallows over a camp fire. Start planning your Pinery adventure now and remember to turn off your cell phone, you won’t need it here.
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