Waseley Hills Country Park
Enjoy a picnic under the shaded trees. Tire the children out on
the adventure play area. Join a guided walk. Kick a ball about.
Meet friends for a coffee at the Windmill Cafe. Let the dog
run free. Fly a kite. Climb a hill to take in the panoramic views
and spot familiar landmarks. What will you do at Waseley Hills?
the Windmill Cafe Facebook pages (External website)
Country Park open daily. Pedestrian access 24 hours, vehicular
access 8.00am until dusk or 8.00pm (whichever comes
earlier). Visitor Centre open 10am to 5pm in
summer, 10am to 4pm in winter. Admission is Free.
Gannow Green Lane, Rubery Birmingham, B45 9AT. Follow the brown
and white tourist signs from junction 4 of the M5. Grid Reference:
An A5 leaflet packed with information about the
history, wildlife, facilities and things to do at Waseley
Hills Country Park. Includes an in depth guide to the Rabbit and Skylark Trails
- Parking areas (sealed surface) for visitors with
- Toilets for visitors with disabilities
- Topography of the site is very undulating with some steep
- Visitor Centre (assistance dogs permitted), picnic area (with
wheelchair accessible tables), play area and community meeting room
are all accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs across rolled
stone and grass
- Waymarked Skylark Trail (1/2 mile) has some steep sections,
large kissing gates and is unsurfaced (grass) without steps. It may
be suitable for robust pushchairs and smaller mobility
- Waymarked Rabbit Trail (3 miles) has some steep sections, large
kissing gates and is unsurfaced (grass) with some steps. It is not
suitable for wheelchairs, mobility scooters or pushchairs
- Seating is provided at regular points around the site
There is a meeting room available to hire here at Waseley Hills
Country Park, download the flyer for more
information (PDF 407 KB)
Download our use of site form (Word
Document 117 KB)
Volunteering at Waseley Hills Country Park
If you are interested in volunteering at Waseley Hills Country
Park you can find out further information on the volunteer work group pages.
Pay and display car park charges Up to an hour 60p
All day £1.20 Blue badge holders free parking.
Annual car park passes are available at £22. Application forms
are available from the visitor centre and office.
Landranger 139, Explorer 219.
For further information contact the Countryside Service on 01562
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This page was last reviewed 26 July 2013 at 11:50.
The page is next due for review 22 January 2015.