Never a dull moment here.
Regardless of the season, there’s always something to do in Sarnia.
Human happiness expert, Gretchen Rubin, says that one of the best ways to make everyday life more meaningful is to “become a tourist in your own city.”
As an extension of that philosophy, we encourage newcomers and locals alike to explore some of Sarnia’s most appealing points of interest.
Explore the waters by scuba diving, snorkelling, or kayaking on Lake Huron.
Plan a picnic in Centennial park or catch a concert on the Suncor Agora stage.
Bring prehistory to life at the Stones ‘N Bones Museum in downtown Sarnia.
Play beach volleyball at Canatara Beach while the kids build sand castles.
Take the family out to spend the day fishing at Highland Glen.
Spend an afternoon at the Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery.
Let your kids pet horses and other animals at the Children’s Animal Farm.
Grab a beer and catch a comedy show or concert at the Imperial Theatre.