Nature Trails near Blenheim, Ontario

Blenheim is located in the amalgamated community of Chatham-Kent.

Blenheim is a charming community located in south Chatham-Kent, a short distance from the shores of Lake Erie. With a population of just under 5,000 residents, it is a community that offers all of the advantages of small town living.

Blenheim is located in the heart of southwestern Ontario's famed agricultural lands. The community is surrounded by orchards and fields; during the summer and fall seasons, fresh fruit and vegetables are readily available at farms markets and roadside vegetable stands.

Agriculture plays an important role in Blenheim's economy. Large agricultural processing industries  provide employment for many in town. In July, residents celebrate Blenheim's agricultural heritage with Cherry Fest, complete with pie eating and cherry-pit spitting contests.

If you are an outdoor enthusiast, Blenheim is the perfect community for you! The town is located a short drive away from the lakeside village of Erieau, with its hiking trails and beaches. Erieau is also home to a marina and yacht club, making it popular with water enthusiasts! Blenheim is also located near Rondeau Provincial Park, with its trails, beaches, and campgrounds.

Blenheim residents like to stay active, and the community plays host to several fun runs and races, including the annual "Trot to the Beach" half marathon. It is also home to two golf courses, a curling club, numerous parks, and a Municipal recreation complex with an indoor swimming pool.

Some of Ontario's best hiking trails and nature trails are near Blenheim.

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The trail offers stunning views of Rondeau Bay and is on a former rail bed. It features a viewing stand over the Bay, which makes a wonderful birdwatching location. We would also direct you to read our DISCLAIMER and our TRAIL USERS CODE. Region(s): Chatham-Kent...

Flook Trail

Flook Trail: This 1700 meter granular trail leads to a 3 hectare Carolinian woodlot planted by Harwich Raleigh Public School students and staff in the early 1970’s. Named for the Flook Family who have maintained the woodlot for over three decades, the trail is the...


The Keith McLean Conservation Lands was officially opened on June 27, 2013. This 130 ha property is famous for its Lotus ponds and includes farmland, forests, wetlands, and prairie. It is located just east of Rondeau Provincial Park. A 4 km trail is proposed for the...


McGeachy Pond Conservation Area is a 15 hectare property acquired by the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority in 1974. It is a memorial to the late William A. McGeachy. There is an observation platform in the conservation area providing excellent viewing of the...


Spice Bush Trail – 1.5km loop, 1 hour, easy The Spicebush Trail winds through a southern hardwood forest of old growth Tulip Tree, American Beech, and maple. In spring, the forest floor is carpeted in wildflowers making the trail a botanists delight. The trail...


Sinclair’s Bush is a 46 hectare forest. The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority acquired a 1.6 hectare parcel of land within Sinclair’s Bush in 1987, through Carolinian Canada. Sinclair’s Bush offers hiking trails. This forest is open for day use from 8 a.m. to...