Baggeridge Country Park has something to offer for everyone – from a children’s play area to a miniature railway, walking trails, a tearoom and more. Image Caption text Baggeridge Country Park The 152-acre Green Flag Park is situated in South Staffordshire and on the edge of the Black Country. Some of the things on offer: The Lydiate Room (community room) Tea Room Miniature Railway Children's Play Area Challenge Academy (High Ropes) Walking Trails – both independent and instructor led Toilet Facilities Camping Fishing Bike Trail There is a good network of surfaced paths allowing access around the park and to Himley Hall and Park. Wildlife A number of nationally important species thrive at the park and new species are recorded year by year. It is a Local Nature Reserve and Site of Biological Importance Grade 1. History Once part of the Earl of Dudley’s landscaped parkland, a large area of the park became one of the most productive collieries in the world. The mine employed over 3,000 people and produced 12,000 tons of coal a week at its height. The colliery closed in 1968 and the park created in the early 1980s. Today The park provides a safe, well managed, easily accessible and wildlife-rich introduction to beautiful countryside. The park has been awarded Green Flag status, which recognises well managed parks and green spaces for their high standards and environmental management. Contact Us Baggeridge Country Park, Gospel End, Sedgley, DY3 4HB Tel: 01902 882605 Email: email@example.com *Please be aware that due to the nature of the rangers role, they may not be able to answer the telephone at all times, therefore please leave a message and a ranger will call you back at their earliest convenience.