Sarnia is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, and had a 2016 population of 71,594. It is the largest city on Lake Huron and in Lambton County. Sarnia is located on the eastern bank of the junction between the Upper and Lower Great Lakes where Lake Huron flows into the St. Clair River, which forms the Canada–United States border, directly across from Port Huron, Michigan. The city's natural harbour first attracted the French explorer La Salle, who named the site "The Rapids" when he had horses and men pull his 45 tonnes (50 short tons; 44 long tons) barque "Le Griffon" up the almost four-knot current of the St. Clair River on 23 August 1679.
Restaurants in Sarnia
5 based on 297 reviews
Stones n' Bones has much to offer to ALL ages. Our 4 year old grand-daughter cannot get enough of this museum. Lots to see and learn. Extensive and interesting collections to wow you. Informed, friendly staff and a first rate, educational gift shop with interesting artifacts, books, stones, jewelry and so much more, at affordable prices. Do yourself a favour and check it out. No devices required. You will not be disappointed.
No time for the museum, browse the gift shop. Lots of must haves. A great place to pick up unique gifts. I did lots of Christmas shopping there.
4.5 based on 287 reviews
On a trip westward to the USA midwest, and not expecting anything out of the ordinary, we stopped by the city park for a bite to eat after stopping by the Real Canadian Superstore, and were very pleasantly surprised. It was a weekday after summer season, with hardly any visitors in the park, except for perhaps a couple in a tryst, a beachcomber, and someone or two on lunchbreak. We needed to stretch our legs for the long haul back to Indiana, and drove through the entrance, and through the park lanes to a beach, to park near the sand. Then, we had a lovely walkabout and photos, and the gently rushing lake waves provided a respite and special memory when the 90 minute wait at the Sarnia border was a bit overwhelming.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
We make small batch craft beer in Sarnia, Ontario. Refined Fool is a group of teachers, creatives, blue collars, entrepreneurs, musicians and pastors who care about beer, business, Sarnia and each other. We began by brewing out of our houses in midwinter with propane burners and frozen hoses and have since evolved into a downtown nano-brewery.
This is the perfect place for a craft beer. They have a great selection and there is a great atmosphere. Burgers from the Burger Rebellion can be ordered or taken in, which is an added bonus. A ‘growler’ to take away completes a perfect evening! If you like good beer a visit here is essential if you are in Sarnia!
4.5 based on 40 reviews
I have seen many great shows, Concerts, plays etc. at this fantastic gem of a performing arts centre located in the heart of downtown Sarnia. Together with the Art Gallery a block away the theatre has helped spark a cultural renaissance in Sarnia's historic downtown located on the shores of the beautiful St. Clair River.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
For those enjoying hiking in nature while being close to the city, this area abounds in wildlife. There are two entrances, one at Blackwell Line and the other at Modeland. There is a pavilion at the Modeland entrance, with maps of the trails and details of their length.
4 based on 47 reviews
The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery is a free public art gallery located in downtown Sarnia, Ontario. The gallery offers a variety of historical and contemporary Exhibitions that focus on visual art and culture of Canadian artists of national and regional calibre. The Gallery provides an exciting range of art Exhibitions, lectures, programming for children, youth and adults, school programs and so much more-all geared to inspire creativity and interest in the visual arts.
The Art Gallery is a place that you go to once in a while.I seen the ILLUSIVE UTOPIA with a friend.The people are friendly there,and I could go leisurely as few visitors where there when I whent.Not like a earlier exhibit with busier crowd.This exhibit made me think about the swiftness of satisfactions
5 based on 11 reviews
We often visit Sarnia and always try to walk along the boardwalk by the river. Very nice Gardens and in the winter they have very nice Christmas displays. Today was very hot but there was a cool breeze blowing from Lake Huron. It was 10 degrees celsius cooler than our home near Toronto. You can walk a long way to such places as downtown Sarnia and its restaurants or to the other end at the marina with a nice restaurant on the water. In the winter you can watch the ice fishermen/women catching fish. I wouldn't mind owning a condo or living in an apartment right by the river. The views are great. On Canada Day or the American Fourth of July you can see lots of fireworks on both sides of the border. Lots to see on the Bayshore Park walk.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Germain Park is a gem! Beautifully manicured park with soft walkways, large trees, flowering Gardens, community garden plots, restored F86 Sabre jet memorial, even a meditation garden! A large area on one side of Germain is for sporting activities. Enter off East Street, with large/free parking, to easy access to garden areas. Cameras and walking shoes recommended.
4 based on 19 reviews
Nice quite type beach but getting popular now.. clean safe for the kids.. usually go there ant eat lucnh
4 based on 10 reviews
Albeit it's a nicer park than canatara, which doesn't surprise me as its in brights grove, it's just a park, there's nothing too special about it. Grass, trees, a bit a play equipment.
It is much better maintained than canatara though and I've never seen this park ever need their grass cut since they keep up on it!
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