In early autumn, we start to see subtle changes in the colours of the leaves from green to golden yellow, vibrant orange and rich ruby reds… these are the colours painted across Sarnia & Lambton County.
Why not join so many other travellers and become a “ Leaf peeper ” Get curious and take a leisurely drive north along our scenic lakeshore and enjoy the rhapsody of our fall forests. Continue your journey south through the County and treat your taste buds by savouring the flavours of our culinary delights. Stroll gardens filled with heritage vegetables, herbs and berries. Tour Munro Honey & Meadery showcasing honey production from hive to table to wineglass! Twin Pines Orchard & Cider House is the perfect place to spend a sunny autumn day. In addition to pick-your-own apples and a cornucopia of pumpkins and squash, you’ll find tons of delicious treats in the cider house, including their famed sparkling hard cider and apple wines. As you traverse through the stunning countryside of Plympton-Wyoming, be sure to stop by Lambton County’s first and only grape winery. Alton Farms and Aberarder Vineyard grows a diverse variety of grapes over six acres. Don’t forget to visit one of our farm gate markets or find your way through a cornfield maze.
Sarnia-Lambton’s important agricultural heritage is evident at this time of year when fall fair abound. The Brigden Fair, established in 1950, is the largest and oldest in the area.
For a full list of fairs or further
info on Sarnia-Lambton, visit www.tourismsarnialambton.com or call 1-800-265-0316