- Canatara Beach and Park
Direction from City Center to Hotel: South
Distance from Hotel: 0.62 MI/ 1 KM
Ontario’s Bluewater Coast has great theaters, sparkling beachfronts, superb sporting venues and excellent shopping. Make a visit to Sarnia’s Judith & Norman Alix art gallery or take in a show at the Imperial Theatre. Or take a short drive to the Oil Heritage Museum of Canada, the site of the first commercial oil well in North America, dating back to 1858, should be on the must see list.
Year round, Sarnia/Point Edward boasts an expansive waterfront and beachline, earning it's name the Bluewater coast! For a true cultural experience check out nearby first nations events featuring traditional food. singing, dancing, arts & crafts! During the Winter season watch OHL JR A Sarnia Sting hockey team play.
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Ontario’s Bluewater Coast got its name from the emerald blue water found in the area! You have to see it to believe how blue the water truly is! Our favorite is under the Bluewater Bridge where you can take breathtaking photos of the bridge with the passing freighters, and in the summer, enjoy the famous fries! Don't forget to stop at the Munro Honey and Meadery or Parks Blueberries Country store!
The hotel is walking distance to both Point Edward and Sarnia’s waterfront! While visiting Sarnia's Waterfront, home to Centennial Park host of many festivals & event, you have great vistas of the St. Clair River and Sarnia Bay . Point Edward’s waterfront is at the foot of Lake Huron with the Bluewater Bridge as a back drop and is home to Starlight Casino, the area’s premier gaming facility!