Waseley Hills Country Park, Birmingham

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Waseley Hills Country Park is 150 acres (0.61 km2) a Country Park and Local Nature Reserve owned and managed by Worcestershire County Council's Countryside Service. It consists of rolling open hills with old hedgerows, pastures and small pockets of woodland with panoramic views over Worcestershire, England.

It is just south-west of Birmingham, close to Junction 4 of the M5 Motorway, from which it is signposted. The North Worcestershire Path and Illey Way long-distance paths run through the park. The park contains the source of the River Rea. The hills form part of the watershed between the Rea valley and that of the river Salwarpe, and thus between the catchments of the rivers Trent and Severn. According to the Worcestershire County Council, the elevation reaches a maximum of 998 feet (304 metres).

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  • Called in here two or three times. Nice site and friendly little cafe, all with some great views. Main drawback for us is the amount of dogs and dog mess. We were one of the very few people without....  more
    Called in here two or three times. Nice site and friendly little cafe, all with some great views. Main drawback for us is the amount of dogs and dog mess. We were one of the very few people without....  more »
  • Waseley is great for walks and views. Bring your boots as can get muddy on trails. Play area for younger children. Car park has now got a pay and display machine. Doesn't take cash only contactless... 
    Waseley is great for walks and views. Bring your boots as can get muddy on trails. Play area for younger children. Car park has now got a pay and display machine. Doesn't take cash only contactless...  more »
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  • Great trails through the hills looks on neverending walk, as a part of bigger adventure. You can do hiking and good walking on the hills or below valleys as a rabbit. Few hours are enough to taste beautiful nature in this Country Park. Great time an place to celebrate Platinum Jubilee.
  • Great country park! The walks are scenic and you can choose between a short half mile route, a longer three mile route, and then some extra routes via public footpaths that go a bit further. Our dogs love it there. It can get a bit muddy in spots, so wear appropriate footwear.

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