The borough of Dudley has lots of beautiful parks, countryside and nature reserves giving you the opportunity to explore and get healthy outside.
There are five public parks in Dudley Borough:
- Priory Park, Priory Road, Dudley
- Mary Stevens Park, Heath Lane, Stourbridge
- Stevens Park, Wollescote Road, Wollescote
- King George V Park, Lawnswood Road, Wordsley
- Sedgley Hall Farm Park, Northway, Sedgley
The parks are open every day with free access and in most cases, there are car parking facilities. They also offer a range of recreational facilities, events, and activities.
As an aside, Mushroom Green on the boundary between Netherton and Cradley Heath is a traditional chain making shop where they undertake chain making demonstrations periodically throughout the year. For more information visit Mushroom Green.
Himley Hall and Park
Four of the borough's parks have been identified as Healthy Hubs. Each of the hubs has an Activity Centre, a free outdoor gym and dedicated members of staff who deliver a regular programme of events and activities for all ages and abilities:
Dudley borough boasts a number of local nature reserves and one national nature reserve showcasing the areas rich flora, fauna, geology and heritage. Walks and events are held at each nature reserve throughout the year.
All nature reserves have free public access seven days a week. Some car parks may be closed outside of normal working hours. Please enquire with the warden team before travelling if you require further information or special assistance.