Sarnia is located on the tip of Lake Huron where it’s vast Caribbean Blue waters spill into the narrows of the St. Clair river. Arching high above the river is the impressive Bluewater Bridge that connects Ontario, Canada to Michigan, USA. Sarnia is the largest city on Lake Huron and has miles of shoreline and beautiful beaches.
As a result, when you explore our community gardens and parks you will be drawn to the water, the continuous river trail runs adjacent to the St. Clair and serves as a natural boundary for our downtown core. The St. Clair is part of the Seaway system and large vessels traversing the waters are a familiar sight to visitors and locals alike.
Sarnia is a 5 bloom Community that has placed first on the podium as Provincial, National and International Champions, and we are proud to have participated in the program since 2006.
Sarnians are very excited to compete once again in Communities in Bloom after a 2 year hiatus.
So much has happened since 2015.
Centennial Park has reopened and is fully functional following a complete Remediation due to contamination in the soil that caused its closure in 2012. The Sarnia Arena (the oldest in the city, and 2nd oldest in Canada has been completely redone.
New artistic signage welcomes you to our Premier Parks. We are continuing to restore the downtown core to make it a Cultural hub of our city, and much, much more.
What hasn’t changed is the beautiful Caribbean Blue Water of Lake Huron and the St. Clair that greets you. “Sarnia is on the Move “, and we are ecstatic to welcome back the Judges, as proud participants and Champions of the Communities in Bloom Program.