Dorridge Park and Dorridge Wood, Solihull

#8 of 10 in Parks in Solihull
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Dorridge Wood is a Park and Local Nature Reserve in Dorridge, Solihull, West Midlands. Established after a land donation in 1969, it incorporates a woodland area first mentioned in 1556. The park is home to many species of flora and fauna: Scots Pine, oak and ash trees, various wildflowers. Mammals including fox and vole have been sighted.
The open spaces around the woodlands are open to grass and include for football pitches and a children's playground.
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  • Great place for walks and family picnics, children play area. Stream, woodland area, Free parking, will go again,  more »
  • A very pleasant walking area with a play ground for the children. The park has plenty of open space for children and dogs alike.  more »
  • I have lived in this area for over 20 years and although I knew the park existed, I had never gone there. I was very pleasantly surprised when I decided to take my new camera down there early on...  more »
  • A good play area. Parking and excellent for dog walker.

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