Let Tourism Sarnia-Lambton’s team of experienced professionals help plan your next meeting, conference or board retreat. Our team of experts will let you know How We Can Help make your job easier and provide ideas for all of the details such as Delegate & Partner Activities, Support Services and more to help ensure your event is remembered as the best one yet.
White sandy beaches, incredible sunsets, sparkling blue water and lake breezes are just some of the things that make the Sarnia-Lambton experience unforgettable for delegates.
Meeting professionals will find that our commitment will exceed their expectations. We want to host your next meeting/event and we can customize your plans to exactly what you need.
Let’s work together to deliver the best service and destination value for your delegates.
Tourism Sarnia-Lambton welcomes the opportunity in hosting your next event. If your group is planning a convention, sporting event or another group function, we are at your service to ensure your function is successful and memorable. Here’s some of the ways we can help:
Pre Planning: We can assist you with bid preparations and presentations as well as helping you with “How To” issues in planning our next event.
Facility/Housing Arrangements: We can assist in the determination and booking of appropriate facilities to accommodate your specific needs, as well as getting special group rates for your event.
Site Inspections: We can assist and arrange full site inspections of local hotels, facilities and attractions as well as putting you in touch with all the appropriate personnel.
Information Packages: We can provide detailed information on any facility and attraction in Sarnia-Lambton as well as providing personalized mapping to facilities that your group needs directions to.
Welcome Packages: We take pride in servicing our visitors. Our welcome packages are custom made for each individual event. For example, if you are attending a dog show, we would be happy to put doggy treats in your welcome packages. If you would like a personalized welcome letter or map, we can provide that as well. Our welcome packages are designed to make our visitors, your delegates’ stay in Sarnia-Lambton comfortable and memorable.
Registration: We can provide staff to assist in registration duties, or to act as goodwill ambassadors for the community, at the event headquarters.
Publicity: We can help or provide you with a detailed media list to acquire media coverage of your event. Additional publicity is provided through our group-booking list, website and travel guide, which is released throughout our area and beyond, informing everyone of your arrival.
Partners and Entertainment Programs: We can assist in planning interesting and exciting partners programs as well as event entertainment programs designed for your group. We have sample itineraries available for group tours and can also provide tour guide services.
Support Services: We can provide you with a list of support services in our area, such as flower shops, advertising agencies, caterers, courier services, clerical services, decoration services, customs brokers, disc jockeys, equipment rentals, etc.
For more information contact:
Tourism Sarnia Lambton
1-800-265-0316 Toll Free
1-519-336-3232 Ext. 243
The Group Sales Department of Tourism Sarnia-Lambton will be happy to assist in organizing a full agenda for delegates and their partners. The following are examples of suggested itineraries.
Overlooking the St. Clair River, OLG Casino Point Edward offers you gallons of gaming thrills. Try your luck at over 450 exciting slot machines or 30 table games. Enjoy a leisurely meal and a spectacular riverside view at the fully licensed Getaway Restaurant & Patio. Good times are rolling on the river at OLG Casino Point Edward! Hiawatha Horse Park & Entertainment Centre, a short drive east of the Casino, offers something for everyone. It boasts a beautiful, 800-seat dining room with delicious buffet or menu options overlooking the harness racing track. Entertainment such as, music, comedy acts and a brand new, automated driving range onsite add to the Hiawatha action…Bingo Country offers bingo lovers a great location with sessions throughout the day and evening, with large jackpots at every session and progressive jackpots up to $5000.
Cast off with us under the watchful eye of the Captain and his crew as you set sail for an unforgettable cruise down the scenic St. Clair River and Southern Lake Huron. You can board the new Duc d’Orleans II with two full decks for a two-hour luncheon or simply enjoy the cruise itself with a detailed commentary of the sights along the way. The boat tour offers delicious meals, licensed bar & entertainment options.
Experience live theatre at its finest at Victoria Playhouse Petrolia, in the heart of the Oil Heritage District or at the beautifully restored Imperial Theatre in Sarnia’s Riverfront District. You can also relax in the country & enjoy summer theatre at one of our 2 truly unique outdoor theatres, Huron Country Playhouse, located just 2 km. east of Grand Bend & the Forest Amphitheatre where a beautiful pond separates hillside seating & the stage.
Golfers paradise! Sarnia-Lambton is the home of 2003 Masters Champion, Mike Weir and whether it’s a championship course or simply sharpening your skills at the driving range, our 20 public golf facilities will challenge even the master of masters!
Capture the pioneer spirit in any of our 9 historic museums, featuring everything from fossils, oil wells, Indian & marine artifacts or marvel at one of Canada’s largest collection of local artisans as well as the celebrated Group of Seven.
Explore our rich oil legacy in North America’s original Oil Heritage District, located in the heart of Lambton County where “black gold” was first discovered in the 1800’s. It’s a fascinating part of Canadian history.
Parks & Beaches:
Sarnia-Lambton offers miles of scenic waterfront, lush gardens & parks as well as 45 miles/72 kms of attractive world-class sandy beaches. Grand Bend, located 45 minutes north of Sarnia, draws visitors to the beach districts along Lake Huron. The St. Clair River District features a multitude of waterfront parks, golfing, museums, & two international ferry crossings linking Ontario & Michigan.
Unique shopping awaits you in modern, enclosed shopping malls and centres or you can leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind & leisurely browse through quaint countryside shops and boutiques.
Discover some of the most technically advanced industrial energy complexes in the world. Restrictions may apply.