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Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.2/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web
Sutton Park, in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, England, it is the seventh largest urban park in Europe and the second largest outside a capital city. The park covers more than 2000acre, with a mix of heathland, wetlands and marshes, seven lakes, extensive ancient woodlands (covering approximately a quarter of the park), several restaurants, a private 18-hole golf course on its western edge and a municipal golf course to the south, a donkey sanctuary, children's playgrounds and a visitors' centre. There is no entrance charge although on summer Sundays a parking charge for cars applies. A wide range of leisure activities are undertaken in the park including dog walking, pony treking, bike riding and kite flying. There are areas to fly model aeroplanes and helicopters. A railway line runs through the park.Most of the park is a National Nature Reserve; large parts are also a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
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  • This place is so big... I was not expecting that at all! There is something for everyone here from walked through the fields and trees, by ponds and lakes and play areas for young children. Would high...  read more »
  • Go frequently to this beautiful park throughout the year. It's a large park with diverse areas. Includes a roman road and an area used for training during the war. There are a couple of restaurants in...  read more »
  • Sutton park is 20mins walk from where I live, it's great for working off Sunday lunch, I often take my Grandaughter on her bike, and she rides along side me around the park, there is always something ...  read more »
  • Surely these places should be standardised? So how is it that food is much different here to other Toby carvery? The sausages are overdone (breakfast time) the mushrooms at other Toby carvers are fried but boiled here. The potato medley thing is so devoid of cheese and bacon here they may as well call it chips. Bacon honestly looks unappealing as so grey. Dissapointing as it's so quiet it therefore should be done right.
  • OK so wasn't busy at all but it was only 8am... lots of choice for breakfast... was quite refreshing to eat a breaky that wasn't burnt (past few weeks at the harvester was terrible ) over all was brilliant.
  • Reasonable but not brilliant quality carvery food. Roast potatoes were disappointing.
  • Waitresses are friendly, food is average and is frequently busy
  • Good food but crap at answering the telephone; don't you want the custom of 25+ patrons in a block booking in July 2015? Still bad at phone answering, after 2 weeks later. I WILL NOT BE BOOKING THIS CARVERY NEXT YEAR.
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