There are five public parks in Dudley Borough:
Priory Park, Priory Road, Dudley
Mary Stevens Park, Heath Lane, Stourbridge
Stevens Park, Wollescote Road, Wollescote
King George V Park, Lawnswood Road, Wordsley
Sedgley Hall Farm Park, Northway, Sedgley
The parks are open every day with free access and in most cases there are car parking facilities. They also offer a range of recreational facilities, events and activities.
Four of the boroughs parks have been identified as Healthy Hubs. These are Silver Jubilee Park (Coseley), Netherton Park, Huntingtree Park (Halesowen) and Mary Stevens Park(Stourbridge). Each of the hubs has an Activity Centre, a free outdoor gym and dedicated members of staff who deliver a regular programme of events and activities for all ages and fitness levels. To find out what is happening in each of the hubs, click here for details.
Himley Hall and Park
Himley Hall is located in 180 acres of grounds designed by Capability Brown and is now a premier events venue hosting a variety of outdoor events from garden plant fairs and classic vehicle shows to the breathtaking Himley Fireworks display. There is also a public 9-hole golf course, pitch and putt, fishing, orienteering and sailing or just take the time to have a peaceful stroll around the park or enjoy a picnic.