Sarnia and surroundings - many thanks to MapArt
We stayed in Sarnia over night. The city has a population of approximately 88 000 and is located at the headwaters of the St. Clair River and at the south shore of Lake Huron.
We did not use the "Blue Water Bridge" for a visit of the USA and Port Huron because our time was limited.
I was told that the traffic on the St. Clair River exceeds that of the Suez Canal. I still cannot believe that, but I never have been in Egypt.
Sarnia and its surroundings were once known for the oil fields which have been discovered and used here. Today, you still find petroleum industry operating here.
The St. Clair Parkway
Places wit names, such as Petrolia or Oil Springs are proof of this history. In Oil Springs you can visit the "Oil Museum of Canada".
Sarnia - many thanks to "Tudor Costache" and Wikipedia
The "Bluewater Bridge" - many thanks to "Optionbooter" and Wikipedia
A oil refinery close to the St. Clair River
Many beautiful parks can be found. During all seasons events are taking place on weekends.
Please ask for details and actual information.
The drive along the St. Clair River is mostly very scenic. Next time I will take more pictures to add more flavor to our travel guide. If you can help us with pictures which you took we would appreciate that. Many thanks already to Wikipedia>
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