As Lambton County’s third largest business sector, tourism plays an important role in our community. The partners engaged with the Discoveries That Matter brand work together with Tourism Sarnia-Lambton to give visitors the best possible experience when exploring our home.

Tourism Sarnia-Lambton

People gathered around an outdoor display at the Oil Museum of CanadaTourism Sarnia-Lambton, represented by the brand ‘Ontario’s Blue Coast’, is Lambton County’s tourism organization and serve as a great resource for those visiting for the first time or returning to the community. From activities, to dining, to places to stay, Ontario’s Blue Coast gives suggestions for each of Lambton County’s key areas of interest. Residents who have lived in Lambton County their whole lives might even find something new to discover.

Visit Ontario’s Blue Coast

Local Events

pow wow demonstrationLambton County’s diverse culture and heritage give rise to countless local events throughout the year. These are a great way for visitors to learn more about the area and its people. Many of Lambton County’s small towns host their own fairs throughout the year. These fairs celebrate each town’s unique heritage and lifestyle with food, amusements, and more. Visitors are always welcome.

The annual Sarnia Artwalk brings Lambton County artists and crafters together for a weekend-long celebration, with around 25,000 visitors each year. Art, craft, and food vendors are joined by community members who promote sustainability, mindful living, and local pride throughout the event.

The Antique and Classic Boat Show Rendezvous gives visitors a chance to view a huge variety of antique boats, all parked within the Sarnia Bay Marina. Many of these boats are local — built in the Great Lakes region — and some are almost 100 years old.

For more local events taking place throughout Lambton County, check out the Ontario’s Blue Coast Events Calendar.