Baggeridge Country Park is an area of beautiful and secluded countryside close to the Black Country, that is great for little nature lovers or those who want to have fun in natural surroundings.
During the warmer months they have a miniature gauge railway running which is a happy bonus, offering a pleasing little jaunt around Baggeridge Park. There's a great adventure playground there with multiple climbing structures, a death slide (always more fun than it sounds!), sandpits, slides and both rope and traditional swings. Plenty to keep ages 2 through 12 busy and fit. They also now boasts a 2 mile figure of 8 Mountain Biking circuit and there are maps available from the tea shop!
There's also a horse trekking trail for which you need a licence to use, so contact the Country Park Rangers for information on that, fishing, guided walks, group activities or if you'd like access to the permanent orienteering course! They can be contacted on the number given.
The trails range in duration to complete, with the averages being provided here: the Easy Access takes around 30 minutes; the Toposcope Trail is approximately 45 minutes; the Baggeridge Circular Walk takes at least 1 hour and the Baggeridge Wood Walk is more like 1 hour 30 minutes. So however little the legs are within your party there's an option to suit.
Monday to Sunday 09:00 - dusk
Gospel End, Sedgley,
Yes, there is parking onsite.
1 Hour: £1.80
All Day: £2.80
Yes, there are toilets.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
Yes, you can bring a picnic.
Yes, snacks are available.
No, Baggeridge Country Park & Miniature Railway is not wheelchair friendly.
After rain, paths may become muddy and slippery and may prove difficult for wheelchair users.
No, Baggeridge Country Park & Miniature Railway have stated they are not pushchair friendly.
Dogs are welcome.