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Picnic Area Rentals

Parks and Recreation permit a number of picnic areas from Victoria Day to Thanksgiving in the more popular waterfront parks for family reunions, business and or social gatherings. The facilities available and capacities vary from park to park as noted below.

Bookings and Rental Fees:
Bookings for Picnic Areas are accepted the first working day of the year for the current year. Payment must be made at the time of booking the picnic area and the applicant must agree to all rules and regulations including but not limited to By-law #206 of 1999 (Parks By-law) 
If you are interested in available dates please contact Parks and Recreation at City Hall.  Picnic table rentals must be made in person at City Hall.

Phone: 519-332-0330 extension 3211
Fax: 519-332-0776
E-mail parksandrecreation@sarnia.ca
1200 Lake Chipican Drive


Area #1 (covered pavilion)

  • Section 1 -8 tables

  • Section 2 -8 tables

  • Section 3 -8 tables

Area #2 (Across from Maintenance Building)

  • Section 1 -12 tables

  • Section 2 -12 tables


Area #3 (beside maintenance building)

  • Section 1 -12 tables

  • Section 2 -12 tables

Area #4 (East Side of open field)

  • Section 1 -12 tables

  • Section 2 -12 tables

Washrooms nearby, close to children's play equipment, open field area.
Beach Pavilion-Canatara Park
Section 1 - 9 tables (handicap accessible)
Section 2 - 9 tables
Section 3 - 9 tables
Wheelchair accessible, washrooms nearby, pavilion overlooking Lake Huron.
Seaway Kiwanis Pavilion 
North side of Farm Lane
Capacity: 150, washrooms, fireplace, tables and chairs, food preparation area. For more information on this facility follow the link above.

 2354 Lakeshore Rd.
1 Covered pavilion:

  • 20 tables

  • Hydro available

  • Fair distance to washrooms

  • Lakeside


2590 Hamilton St.

North pavilion: 6 tables, lakeside, covered
South pavilion: 6 tables, beside library, covered
Washrooms nearby and children's play equipment, NO HYDRO


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255 North Christina Street,
Sarnia, ON N7T 7N2
PH#: 519-332-0330
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