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Kingsbury Water Park, Sutton Coldfield

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Stroll paved pathways around 15 lakes and through 243 hectares (600 acres) of parkland at Kingsbury Water Park. Rent a bike and cycle miles of surfaced paths, or follow the bridleway that circles the southern perimeter of the park. Pick up a map from the visitor’s center and walk along paved and forest paths, or try your hand at orienteering with specially drawn maps. The West Midland Bird Club information center offers bird-watching from a bird hide. Kids may enjoy a ride on the miniature railway, or petting docile farm animals at Broomey Croft Children’s Farm. Kingsbury Water Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Sutton Coldfield Edition.
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  • I'm a regular here not only for the kids but for th Saturday morning Park runs. Great place to explore come rain or shine. The park is fantastic with a toddler area to keep them little ones away from ...  more »
  • Good day out with young members of the family!, I would recommend it as a park to meet the needs of all the family, young and senior members!!  more »
  • A perfect area with lots to do. Lots of open space, picnic places, coffee shop, playgrounds, activities, plenty of parking spaces, visitor centre and CLEAN LOOS. Parking permits are worth getting if y...  more »
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  • Great place to get some fresh air and exercise. Fantastic miniature railway, run by friendly volunteers that runs on school holidays and bank holidays(Check its running!). Has lots of holiday activities for children as well. It has a large play park near the main entrance that is well maintained and a slightly smaller one on the other side of the park, you can use the train if it is running as there is a station near both the play parks. The cafe is good but small so we use one of the many picnic areas. A great day out!
  • Lovely park to walk around. Gets very busy. £4.50 to park which at first seemed a lot to pay but it is for all day and it could be very easy to spend the day there. There are toilets and a cafe. Boats and bike hire. Lots of places to picnic. . Overall a busy park but you can easily find quiet areas within the park. Nice big lakes too.
  • Whilst this is a nice place to visit I can't help but think they could make more of the place. Plenty of ponds and places to walk. Great if you're into waters sports but how about more gardens, treasure hunts, art, sculptures, the odd folly etc... Biggest let down for me is price of food at the café, they seem to be double what I'd expect from other places. Suggest take food and have a picnic. If food was more reasonable id give 4 stars.
  • Beautiful parkland with lakes, long walks through woodland, and cycle paths. Worth a visit just to ride the miniature trains. Extensive picnic area. Ideal place for a family visit.
  • Great resource for a day out in the greenery and lakes. Great for family biking as it is flat, and walking in nature and peace, apart from the jetski lake. Bit pricey at £4.50 so a season pass may be a good shout if you intend to be a regular visitor.