Waseley Hills Country Park, Birmingham

4.4
#9 of 36 in Parks in Birmingham
Enjoy a picnic under a shaded tree, tire the children out on the adventure play park, meet friends for coffee, cake and a chat at the Windmill Cafe, take in the panoramic views and spot familiar landmarks, or let the dog run free. There is something for everyone at the 150 acre award winning Country Park.
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  • Nice place to have a walk, although beware not push chair friendly! Lots of dogs about too. Nice scenery and little wooded areas to explore. Would come again!  more »
  • We have driven past the hills hundreds of times on the M5 and this was our first visit You have to pay for parking right next to the visitor center and it was good to see so many families and dog walk...  more »
  • Lovely park to come to when walking dogs, if you don't like walking dogs I wouldn't recommend coming here, only downfall I feel is that you have to pay for parking which I feel is a bit cheeky.  more »
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  • 1 mile short skylarks walk and 3 mile rabbit walk. Easy to follow. Nice hedgerows. Some basic wildlife of fox, birds and squirrels. Easy parking but paid. Small windmill cafe. Currently not too muddy.
  • Great day out for the dogs. Fantastic cafe too. Much over looked in favour of Clent and Lickey Hills, but here is much nicer :)
  • Lovely walks. Well maintained. Parking should be free though as here isn't enough here to justify paying.
  • I've live about 4 miles from this place for 30 years , not realising it was such a lovely place to walk, untill we went this weekend. Smashing place to walk the dog or take the kids for some country side walking. Has a little cafe serving hot and cold snacks. Great 2hours out for us ,we only walked a fraction of the different pathways to be taken.
  • Beautiful views over Worcestershire to the south and the Black Country to the north. A good place for walking and enjoying the countryside. Dogs and children are free to run and play, within reason. The Windmill Cafe is brilliant for a meal or simple refreshments.

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