The City of Sarnia offers residents and visitors the opportunity to enjoy a variety of pathways and trails throughout the city. These pathways and trails can help to fill a warm summer evening or a cool winter day. Residents and visitors can hike, walk or cycle on more than 100km of Lambton County trails.For more information on trails in the city of Sarnia, please visit: Bluewater Trails Lambton County Trails
The Howard Watson Trail, part of the Bluewater Trails network of trails, runs 16 km. from Sarnia to Camlachie (at Mandaumin). No motorized vehicles are allowed.
Until 1967, the Howard Watson trail was a rail line owned by CN Rail. From 1967 to 1982 it lay unused until a forward thinking Councillor by the name of Howard Watson approached Lambton Wildlife Inc (LWI) querying whether there would be interest in the land as a potential hiking trail. After extraordinary effort by many individuals, we now enjoy the current day natural trail known as The Howard Watson Trail.
The Bluewater Trails Committee, the caretakers of the trail, was formed in 1999. Its job is to oversee trails throughout Sarnia including The Howard Watson Trail. The committee is run by volunteers, one city council representative and two city staff.
Mission Statement: Bluewater Trails, a committee of Sarnia (City) Council, is an organization dedicated to the development of a first class trail system which will promote the health and safety of residents and visitors alike.
For more information on trails in the city of Sarnia, please visit:
Lambton County Trails