Sarnia-Lambton’s Fall Playground
Summer may have come and gone but there is still plenty do in Lambton County. 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. Take in these gorgeous fall colours at the many fall-themed events this month.
Sarnia-Lambton’s important agricultural heritage is evident at this time of year with fall fairs abound.
The Brigden Fair, established in 1850, is the largest and one of the oldest in the area. Families can enjoy rides on the midway, explore the agricultural exhibits and sample the delicious treats.
The Lambton Colour Craft Festival is an annual event that attracts over 100 craftspeople from across Southwestern Ontario. Spread over two venues, on October 18 and 19 this is an event you won’t want to miss.
Pick your perfect pumpkin in Lambton County. Pumpkinfest at Korny Korners runs all month long. Families are encouraged to wander the pumpkin patch for their perfect pumpkin and then take a ride on the tractor or try to navigate the corn maze.
Twin Pines Orchards & Cider House is the perfect place to spend a sunny autumn afternoon.
In addition to pick-your-own apples and a cornucopia of pumpkins and squash, you’ll find an array of delicious treats in the cider house, including their famed hard cider and apple wines.
So, mark the calendar with a reminder “Let’s visit Sarnia-Lambton” on the dates you’ve booked your weekend getaway.