Nimmins car park has now reopened and is subject to charges. The cafe and toilets remain closed at this time.
OPENING 4TH JULY - BOOKINGS NOW TAKEN
This new natural outdoor nature trail containing fun obstacles and cafe is located near Kidderminster. At present two hourly timeslots need to be booked in advance.
OPEN FROM 20 JUNE 2020 Put on your fairy wings and explore our Fairy Trail, follow the adventure book to find our fairies, enjoy the Tooth Factory, Dummy Tree, Fairy Welcome Centre, Shopping Village, Troll bridge and catch your breath in our beautiful orchard before you head back to the finish. TICKETS FROM £2 ARE BOOKED ONLINE
OPENING FOR ANNUAL PASS MEMBERS ONLY FROM 1 JULY 2020 - This Aboretum is a Family Life Worcestershire favourite. - 156 acres of pools, wildlife, woods and farmyard animals. - Visitor numbers will be monitored prior to opening more widely.
LoThe nature reserve here is open to the public all year round, and features rare trees, ancient hedgerows, the River Eye, and a lake teaming with wildlife. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its wildflower meadows.
For the rest of June the carpark, country park including circular walk, Morris and Brown Cafe & Shop and Shepherds Hut serving takeaway food, ice-cream, drinks and snacks will be open! Please note that toilet facilities will not yet be available. The carpark operates a pay and display system, which closes at 5pm. This can be done with cash at the machine in the carpark or with a card payment at one of the tills.
Queenswood ancient woodland is a 123-acre (0.50 km2) lightly coppiced woodland to maintain a semi-natural habitat which is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest and Local Nature Reserve.
REOPENS 15TH JULY - Pre-booking required - Entry will be staggered - Pre-booked food available to take-away - Toilets and cleaning facilities open - Playground open with limited capacity
Habberley Valley Local Nature Reserve is approximately 27.5 hectares (68 acres). The site is largely composed of open acid grass and heathland to the south and is replaced northwards by a succession of birch and oak, which in areas contains a bilberry under-storey. There are many geographical features; a sand stone escarpment gives the site its valley shape in addition to cliffs and rocky outcrops.
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?
Two nature reserves, a huge open field, busy Countryside Centre with cafe facilities, adventure play area and easy access from the city or the motorway, make this site very popular with a variety of visitors. Whether you are looking for birds, swings, coffee, flowers, footpaths or all of these and more, you've come to the right place at Worcester Woods Country Park. nb: photo credit: Eileen Cowles Photography
This large woodland was once an enclosed deer park and was previously owned by the Abbots of Pershore Abbey and local nobility as well as the Forestry Commission. The Forestry Commission managed much of the wood as a commercial forestry plantation in the 1950s.