Visiting Haden Hill Park
Haden Hill Park is open every day from 7am and closes at 8.30pm, however the pedestrian gates are left open for access.
Address: Halesowen Road, Cradley Heath.
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- By foot: Entrance to the park by foot can be via Halesowen Road, there are other entrances as noted below.
- By car: There is ample car parking on the public car parks - one adjacent to the children's play area via Lee Road, one to the north of Haden Hill House via Lee Road and one close to Corngreaves Hall at the southern end of the park via Corngreaves Road.
- By bus: The following bus routes pass adjacent to the park: 141and 244.
- By train: Old Hill train station is a short walk from the Halesowen Road entrance to the park.
Features and attractions
- 2 playgrounds
- 2 ornamental pools
- A bowling green
- Tennis court
- Multi games area
- Woodland walks
- Ornamental gardens
Haden Hill Park and Corngreaves Nature Reserve Management Plan relates to the management and maintenance of the site. If you wish to see a copy of this document it is available at Oldbury Council House. Alternatively if you would like to learn more about the Green Flag Award you may wish to visit the Green Flag website.
Browse through our photo gallery of Haden Hill Park which contains lots of photos of the park. You can see many of the park's features including the bandstand and the pools plus Haden Hill House and Old Hall.
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