If you like a quiet walk along old oak avenues and forest edges, then you will most definitely love the Oak trail. The walk takes you along former peat canals showing traces of the rich peat history of the Grenspark. Between the middle of the 13th and 18th century peat was exploited on a large scale in the Noorderkempen. Peat was extracted from the marshy peatlands and used as fuel. The peat blocks were transported to cities such as Roosendaal via dug canals. The Oak trail shows you the traces of peat navigation and also introduces you to the Stappersven, one of the largest fens in Flanders. Take a look at the edge of the fen and discover that the water attracts many different kinds of water birds. Afterwards the trail traverses a wooded area until you reach the end point.