Sports, Recreation, and Having Fun!
Visit Live In Lambton's Sports and Recreation page for an excellent overview of our active lifestyle in Sarnia-Lambton.
Tourism Sarnia-Lambton also offers a wealth of information on beaches, events, and activities. Sarnia-Lambton suits the whole family; whether it's wakeboarding, winter activities, or just lounging on the beach on a sunny summer day.
Organized sports leagues, including hockey, baseball, soccer, curling, lacrosse, rugby and
gymnastics, keep local playing fields and sports venues busy, and Sarnia's professional hockey club, the Sarnia Sting of the Ontario Major Junior League, receives enthusiastic home-town support. www.sarniasports.com provides current sports coverage for local players, teams, and organizations in Sarnia-Lambton.
The RBC Centre, Sarnia-Lambton's premier sports and entertainment facility, is a 4,500-seat complex featuring twin ice pads, restaurant, 45,000 square feet of exhibit show space and concert capacity for 6,000.
Learn about Lambton County's arenas, community centres, and public facilities here.
Sarnia-Lambton offers gaming excitement - featuring an OLG Casino with slot machines and gaming tables, and horse racing and special events at Hiawatha Horse Park and Entertainment Centre.
The clean waters of the St. Clair River and Lake Huron are perfect for swimming, boating, sailing and fishing. Municipal and private marinas and clubs offer dockage, service and sales to the boating community.
Golfers enjoy the challenge of the area's 20 well-groomed golf courses, at affordable prices.
Campers can choose from over 30 campgrounds in Sarnia-Lambton with many, including the Pinery Provincial Park, located in the natural beauty of the Municipality of Lambton Shores.
Pinery Provincial Park provides campers with 6,532 hectares of Carolinian and Oak Savanna forest. It is home to some 29 species of mammals, 700 species of plants, 300 species of birds and 60 species of butterflies. The Park includes 1,000 campsites, yurt rentals, handicapped-accessible trails and facilities, canoeing, cross-country skiing, winter camping, and miles of sandy beach. In addition to the Pinery, campers can choose from many welcoming privately owned tent and trailer parks.
No one is far from a beach in Sarnia-Lambton! In fact of Canada's 18 Blue Flag sites (an international eco-label that is awarded to beaches and marinas that meet strict criteria for water quality, environmental education and management, and safety and services), three are in Lambton: Grand Bend Beach, Grand Bend Marina, and the Port Franks Marina.You can access the Grand Bend & Area Chamber of Commerce's site here. Sarnia's Canatara Park Beach is currently a Blue Flag candidate.
With more than 50 recreational parks and beaches, Sarnia-Lambton has an abundance of natural attractions for residents and visitors to enjoy. Day trippers enjoy the series of parks that dot the shore of the St. Clair River from Sarnia to Port Lambton. The community takes its stewardship of the environment seriously - continuing to protect the area's natural habitat with a system of nature preserves and wet lands.
Sarnia-Lambton's communities and volunteers are working to complete an extensive system of multi-use, pedestrian and bicycling trails - with the goal of linking to the Trans Canada Trail Network.
Sarnia-Lambton - you'll love it - naturally!