North Sarnia

 

Learn about what North Sarnia has to offer.

North Sarnia

North Sarnia is located North of the 402 and spans along Lake Huron from Canatara Park to Bright’s Grove.

It is home to the Woodrow Beach, Woodland, Oak Acres, Wees Beach, Oakwood Corners, Rapids Parkway, Wiltshire Park, and Blackwell neighbourhoods.

This area offers a mix of established homes, new-construction, beautiful wetlands, and sandy beaches. This area is also home to all but one of Sarnia’s high schools, all the area’s French language schools, and all of Sarnia’s newly constructed schools with another on the way.

Parks

Canatara Park offers the following activities and features:
  • Children’s Animal Farm
  • Children’s mini train
  • Walking trails
  • 3000 feet of Blue Flag beach with accessibility mats for wheelchair and stroller access to the beach
  • Playgrounds
  • BMX park
  • Outdoor workout equipment
  • 3 picnic areas
  • 2 covered pavilions
  • Seaway Kiwanis wedding pavilion
  • Washroom facilities
  • Carolinian forest
  • Popular with birders
  • Plenty of green-space
Baxter Park offers the following activities and features:
  • Beach access
  • Playground
  • Green-space
Blackwell Trails Park is located along the Howard Watson Nature Trail and offers the following features and activities:
  • Approximately 3 km of walking trails
  • Dog park
  • Playground
  • Lake and pond (not for swimming)
Art Teasell Wildlife Refuge offers the following features and activities:
  • Wetland
  • Walking trails
  • Popular with birders
Wawanosh Wetlands and the Suncor Energy Foundation Nature Way is a large nature preserve and offers the following features and activities:
  • Walking trails
  • Protected wetland
  • Popular with birders
  • Used for skating in the winter
Newton Park offers the following activities and features:
  • Sports field
  • Basketball
  • Playground

In North Sarnia, there are many small community parks as well.

Park in North Sarnia

Recreation

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Baseball and Pickleball

  • Baseball fields: Blackwell Park
  • Tennis & Pickleball: Cathcart Park, Linden Park, Blackwell Park
Sarnia Riding Club

Sarnia Riding Club

  • A private family club with private beach, large outdoor pool with diving boards, tennis, squash, and social events
  • Offers summer camp and swimming lessons to both members and non members for a fee
  • A banquet and conference centre is available to members and non members
Huron Lakers Basketball Club

Huron Lakers Basketball Club

  • Offers house and travel basketball leagues for boys and girls
Sarnia Golf and Curling Club

Sarnia Golf and Curling Club

  • A private club offering premier golf and ice services to members
  • A conference and banquet centre is available to members and non members

Trails

Plympton-Wyoming Trail
The Plympton-Wyoming Trail is a paved off-road pathway for walking, hiking, running, and in-line skating. The trail can be enjoyed by the whole family and is accessible for baby strollers and wheelchairs.

The trail starts at Maundaumin Road and Egremont, and continues east to Hillcrest Road & Highway 7. Lambton Trails Online provides a handy GIS mapping tool to show you all of the local trails https://www.lambtongis.ca/sites/?viewer=trails.

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Beaches

Did you know that Plympton-Wyoming is located in Ontario’s Bluecoast?

Home to more than 300 kilometres 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.

Nothing says summer fun like a day spent at the beach with the family, and the shorelines of Ontario’s Blue Coast are home to an amazing collection of family-friendly beaches.

Pack a picnic, stroll the sandy shores, or build a sandcastle at one of our these gorgeous beaches:

  • Grand Bend Beach
  • Canatara Beach
  • Brights Grove Beach
  • Ipperwash Beach
  • Pinery Beach
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Schools

Elementary Schools

  • St. Anne Catholic School
  • Gregory A. Hogan Catholic School (French Immersion available)
  • Sacred Heart Catholic School
  • École Saint Thomas D’Aquin (French language)
  • Cathcart Boulevard Public School (French immersion available)
  • Errol Road Public School (French immersion available)
  • Lakeroad Public School
  • London Road Public School
  • King George VI Public School
  • École élémentaire Les Rapides
  • Sarnia Christian School
  • Rosedale Public School

Secondary Schools

  • St. Patrick’s Catholic High School
  • École secondaire catholique Saint François Xavier (French language)
  • Northern Collegiate Institute & Vocational School (French immersion available)
  • Alexander Mackenzie Secondary School
  • École secondaire Franco-Jeunesse (French language)

Licensed Daycare Facilities

Sarnia-Lambton has an online waitlist for childcare. This list can be accessed at https://onehsn.com/lambton/

 

  • La Ribambelle
  • Tilbury Tots
  • Cache
  • St. Bartholomew’s Early Childhood Learning Centre
  • Lambton Rural Childcare

In North Sarnia, there are many schools and daycare facilities to choose from.

Hospitals

The Physician Recruitment Taskforce keeps an up-to-date list of family doctors accepting new patients here: https://www.bluewaterhealth.ca/finding-a-family-doctor

Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital

450 Blanche Street, Petrolia
Phone: 519-882-4325

Norman Site

89 Norman Street, Sarnia
Phone: 519-464-4400

Doctor’s Offices

Dr. Susan Mathers
546 Niagara Street, Wyoming
Phone: 519-845-3545

Bluewater Health Entrance

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