Sarnia Travel Guide
Welcome to Sarnia!
Occupying a small portion of Lake Huron's southern-most shoreline, Sarnia is strategically placed just east of the Blue Water Bridge, a busy international crossing connecting Sarnia to ports in Michigan and Ontario. Lake St. Clair, to the south, is minutes from the city. Although shallow, the lake plays an imperative role in ship travel and offers scenic appeal. In addition to its busy port schedule - the deep waterway from Detroit to Sarnia is the busiest in the world - Sarnia also exhibits a colourful recreational patchwork identifiable by summer and winter festivals, heritage sites and seemingly endless water activities. An interesting diversion is the Stones —N Bones Museum, housing over 6,000 items ranging from minerals and gemstones to antlers and shark jaws. Explore area wetlands such as the Wawanosh Wetlands Conservation Area, peruse downtown shops or marvel in the friendly atmosphere -- Sarnia has endless possibilities.
This unique museum operates from a 10,000 sq.
Hotels & Motels
This Comfort Inn offers 100 tastefully appointed guestrooms and is conveniently located minutes from Sarnia’s business park, beautiful waterfront parks, charity casino, shopping and golf courses.
Bluewater Fun Park has a variety of activities including waterslides, bumper boats, pool, rock climbing, paintball, pool tables and much more.