The Flook Trail passes through a beautiful woodlot that was once just a grassy field. In the early 1970s, a principal at the local public school fulfilled his dream of having students and staff plant hundreds of native trees that are now part of a three hectare woodlot.
The Flook family undertook initial trail construction within the woodlot and added more trees over the years. Recently a granular surface trail was constructed by the Municipality of Chatham-Kent and named after the Flook family in recognition of their efforts to assist with trail building in the region.
Directions: The Flook Trail is located behind Harwich Raleigh Public School at 231 Chatham St. South, Blenheim. Please note: The trail is closed to the general public during school hours (Sept-June: Mon-Fri, 8am-4pm). Interested in learning more about this or other trails in Chatham-Kent? Visit www.chatham-kent.ca/trails or check out the CK Trails Facebook page.
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