Clear open landscape to enjoy here, including the source of the River Rea. The view from the top of the hill is sensational, and definitely worth the climb.
The location of this walk is ideal to give the dog (and kids) a break before heading in or out of Birmingham and the industrial Midlands.
Pay & Display car park. Disabled permit holders free. Open sunrise to sunset. WC+disabled, visitor centre - opens at 10am, café, children's play area. Poo bins provided throughout the park.
There are two clearly marked walks here: the Fox Trail (1.5 hours) makes a circuit of the whole park with orange markers, and the Badger Trail (30-40 minutes and purple markers) which gives magnificent views of the Black Country and Worcestershire. Both trails are marked from the visitor centre, and leaflets are also available at 25p which describe the route and interesting detail about the area. Clear open landscape to enjoy here, including the source of the River Rea. If the trails are busy, there is plenty of room to roam around here – but don't miss the truly sensational views from the top of the hill.
Scamp2017Green 107 Points
Lovely Views and Walk
Plenty of space for off lead exercise but just be aware that at certain times of the year there are cattle grazing in some areas. Lovely views of the surrounding area and a nice cafe for refreshments after your walk. When Lickey hills is busy (weekends in summer) Waseley is usually quieter.
Driving with Dogs Team
It's a 'motorway walk' for people driving on the M5 - and all the m/way walks are 'premium' as they come in a set of 200 walks all over the UK. There's a separate page for here that isn't premium.
pundleGreen 27 Points
Waseley Hills Country Park actually...agree with above comments
millz090Green 28 Points
We live locally so visit Weasley Country Park regulary - have a really nice kids playground, cafe (however we didnt find any dog drinking facilites so lucky we take our own bowl), car park and toilets. The walks are fantastic and brilliant views and can be as long or as short as you want.
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