Paths are well maintained here and provide easy dog walking around this fully accessible route. This is brilliant for kids, with a large play area, and the woods are perfect for dogs.
There are also helpfully placed information boards with interesting background detail to the walk. Apparently, present day Nunnery Wood was once cultivated by Cistercian nuns, who must have been pretty brawny to win a living from this land.
kevwilkiGreen 50 Points
Brilliant and easy to access
We exited the M5 at J7 heading north and rejoined at J6 so a perfect stop off.
Loads of off lead running space and enjoyable sniffs around the woods. Also lots of kids entertainment - the webiste does a better job than I can of describing - but this makes it a multi purpse stop, kids and dogs in one location.
The cafe served reasonable food so all told a really handy stop off heading north or south.
We shall return
NicMacAndCodyGreen 30 Points
Great place for an m5 break
We used AllTrails to walk 45 mins through the woods off lead. Could have easily done more or less as there were lots of trails and a few adjoining fields. There’s also a big green field next to the (very good) children’s area where you could throw a ball. Food surprisingly good. Will definitely use again!
LucytomlinsonGreen 65 Points
Perfect to stop with kids
Lovely food with emphasis on ethical, local produce. Great parks for kids of all ages. Lovely signposted walks either in the woods or across fields.
Di_ChrisGreen 65 Points
5 star stop
We stopped here on the way to Devon. It has great facilities close to the car park and we had a lovely lunch at the cafe . ( dogs not allowed inside) There was a lovely woodland trail where we could all stretch our legs and also park areas for children of all ages. Great place to stop off and would certainly use this as a stopping place again - Bowie loved it!
AceRoseWalnut 745 Points
Excellent as well as interesting
There is the choice of a woodland or meadow walk. A lovely café with plenty of outdoor space to eat with the dog, including some under cover.
An outside tap is provided for dog bowl refills / rinsing off muddy paws.
KathrynBGreen 117 Points
Worcester Woods Country Park
Worcester Woods Country Park is a wonderful place for families and dogs. There are well signposted woodland and meadows trails, a huge field, a great cafe with covered outdoor seating area (dogs aren't allowed inside), free parking and regular events.
Edited: 7th April 2020. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate.