Spend March Break in Sarnia-Lambton

Undoubtedly, one of the best weeks of the year is March break! Between the weather beginning to warm up and schools being off for a whole week, there is so much valuable time to be spent with friends and family. Whether you’re looking for fun or educational adventures to embark on, Sarnia-Lambton is the perfect destination to visit and explore for the March break.

Oil Museum of Canada

Recently renovated and now open, the Oil Museum of Canada is a great destination for everyone. Located in Oil Springs, this museum has so many informative exhibits that detail the rich history that the county was established on. Explore their interactive displays and artifacts to learn about the history of the petroleum industry and the impact is has had on the local community and the country as a whole. Check out their website for hours and to book your visit!

The Arena

Laser tag, glow in the dark mini golf, and rock climbing? What else could you want? This destination is a must visit in the area as it provides hours of fun and entertainment. Keep an eye out for your opponents as you dash through the zombie zone, see how high you can climb the rock wall and challenge your friends and family to an intense game of mini golf. Unlock your inner child like sense of fun and choose one or all of the available adventures!

Bluewater Anglers Hatchery Open House

A signature event in Sarnia-Lambton is the Bluewater Anglers Hatchery Open House. This unique event allows individuals and families to learn about how the Bluewater Anglers carefully raise their fish so that they can stock the local waterways in the area. You will have the opportunity to see Chinook Salmon, Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout, all while learning the importance of sustainable fishing in the Great Lakes! Stop by the Bluewater Anglers building in Point Edward on Saturday March 19 & 20 from 10:00 A.M. – 3 P.M. to take part in this awesome experience.

Pinery Provincial Park

The Pinery has been family favourite in the Sarnia-Lambton area for so many years. There is always so much to see and do in this beautiful provincial park. Pack an picnic and spend a day enjoying the kilometers of hiking and biking trails that weave through the Carolinian forest, the spectacular views and so much more.

Helpful Hint: Be sure to keep an eye out for Tundra Swans! Each year during the month of March, hundreds of these birds migrate to the Lambton Shore area and settle into various empty fields.  

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