Baggeridge Country Park is a beautiful area of countryside on
the doorstep of the Black Country. Being set back from the roads,
its secluded delights are revealed to you as you explore further.
The creation of today's scenery however, is very diverse.
Formerly the Baggeridge Colliery and part of the original
Himley Estate of the Earls of Dudley, the site has been transformed
into 150 acres of attractive country park.
Baggeridge Country Park provides an ideal setting for those
looking for wildlife and those wishing to enjoy the peace and quiet
of the countryside.
The park has numerous facilities for outdoor
pursuits including the exciting new Aerial Ropes course!
The quality of the park and the range of events
has been reflected in Baggeridge winning
a national green flag award for the 15th year in a row.
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Opening Times & Parking Fees
Baggeridge Country Park is open from 9am everyday, closing times
vary with the seasons however the park currently closes at 7pm.
Car Parking is by Pay and Display and costs £1.70 per hour or
£2.70 for the day. The car parking facility includes 250
parking spaces with an additional 50 spaces available in an
overflow car park.
For regular users it may be well worth paying for a parking
pass which costs £25 for 6months and £40 for a year. There is a 20%
discount on these prices for residents of South
to find us
Baggeridge is on the A463 between Wombourne and Sedgley,
signposted from the A449. It is just four miles south of
Wolverhampton centre and four miles west of Dudley centre.
Baggeridge Country Park
Telephone: (01902) 882605
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