Woodgate Valley Country Park, Birmingham

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#15 of 37 in Parks in Birmingham
Woodgate Valley Country Park is a Country Park within the Bartley Green and Quinton districts of Birmingham. It is the third largest Birmingham Country Park after Sutton Park and Lickey Hills Country Park. The park is maintained as a wildlife habitat but also has farm animals.HistoryThe Country Park was set up in 1984, having previously been rural land with smallholdings and larger farms. It comprises some 450acre and is on land previously threatened by urban development.Wild lifeThe park is maintained with varied wild life habitats. There are hedgerows, meadows and woodland, plus Bourn Brook. More than 80 species of bird, including marsh harrier, long-eared owl and kingfisher; and 250 species of plants including common bluebells, foxgloves and honeysuckle, have been recorded, as have butterflies including red admiral and small tortoiseshell. Many plants grow in the damp meadows. In 2008 muntjac deer were sighted by local residents.
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  • My boyfriend and I came here to take our dog somewhere different for a walk, had been here before having dog but weather wasn't as good so didn't venture far . Never realised just how big this place w...  more »
  • Having lived close to the country park for near on 30 years we occasionally we've walk in the the country park.Each time as I recollect if it's been raining, as recently, the main paths are plagued wi...  more »
  • This park is great Lots of walking if you like exploring nature. You can book horse riding from here and the horses are always out to see. It has a little farm to visit for £1.00 It's fun for the kids...  more »
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  • Really nice day out. Good cafe and pleasant places to walk. The farm is good for £1 entry and you can return as many times as you like. Lots of animals to see but you can't feed any. Many horses on the walks and parking is free. Lots of places to picnic and much more to see so will have to return again soon.
  • can get a bit boggy on one side of the path that runs along the stream, but other side is fine. Great for pond dipping & nature walks. Cafe near car park entrance and playground & farm.
  • I'm surprised every time just how big this place is. I find a new route to walk each time. One word of warning for those trying to be healthy. The little cafe has a magnet that draws you in for coffee and a sandwich...which are good enough to drag you back every time.
  • A lovely park with a good playground, the best bit is the animal sanctuary, perfect for a couple if hours of fresh air!
  • Great place for the dog to run around, with many paths being somewhat rough but just about usable by wheel chairs.
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