There are many activities available at Baggeridge Country
Park. Please click on one of the links below for further
Mountain Bike Trail
A new and exciting edition to the park! The new trail is ideal
for families with older children and beginners, and forms a
two-mile figure of 8 circuit within Baggeridge Country Park. Bike
trail maps are available from the tea shop or by clicking on the
PDF Document: Bike Trail Map (4.43MB)
Baggeridge Heights: Aerial Ropes
Baggeridge Heights is a superb woodland aerial ropes adventure
course...some 40ft above the forest floor, run by Closer to the
Edge. For more information please contact Closer to the Edge
on 0845 880 2477 or visit http://www.closertotheedge.co.uk.
Children's Play Park
This is a fabulous attraction at Baggeridge Country Park,
offering hours of fun for children aged 0 - 12 years old.
The area boasts a toddler's sandpit, death-slide and swings as
well as a climbing frame structure with rope bridges, tunnels and
slides. An absolute must for all children!
There is a trekking trail around the park for licensed riders.
To obtain a license for Horse Riding or for further information,
please contact the Country Park Rangers.
Day tickets are available for the Island and Spring Pools.
Tickets are available from the rangers office at a cost of £4
per adult and £2.50 per child/ concessionary rate. Car
parking for fishing is at Himley Hall.
A permanent course is set up on the park. To book this
activity or for further information, please contact the Country
Park Manager on 01902 882605.
Baggeridge Country Park Trails.
There are four trails around the Park, of varying levels of
distance and difficulty.
- Easy Access – approximately 30 minutes.
- Toposcope Trail – approximately 45 minutes.
- Baggeridge Circular Walk – approximately 1 hour.
- Baggeridge Wood Walk – approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.
Trail maps are available from the teashop or click on the
The Ranger Service conducts various guided walks around
Baggeridge Country Park throughout the year. For more information
please contact the Country Park Manager.
Baggeridge Country Park has its own miniature railway track,
which volunteers from the Wolverhampton and district Model
Engineering Society use throughout the year.
The Quiet garden is a small garden area just set back
from the carpark. With it's secluded spot, planting and water
feature it provides a quieter place to sit but still close to the
main visitor areas.
This exciting development was made possible due to a joint
venture between South Staffordshire Council and South Staffordshire
Organised groups are able to book visits to the park. For more
information please contact the Country Park Manager.
Schools and group activities are held throughout the year.
Please contact the Country Park Manager.
A tea shop is open at park throughout the year, offering
breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. Opening times vary, telephone
01902 673465 for further information.
For more information on any of the activities/ facilities at
Baggeridge Country Park please download a Lots to See and Do
Leaflet or contact the Country Park Manager.