Elmdon Nature Park

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Nestled on the edge of Solihull, Elmdon Nature Park is a wonderful Green Flag Park and Local Nature Reserve. Ideal for families, it offers fun, relaxation and adventure amongst the wide open spaces.

Elmdon Park - the essentials

With a fully equipped play and sports area, which includes swings and roundabout, the park has a great deal for you to enjoy, with:

  • free car parking
  • football pitch
  • lake
  • tennis courts
  • walking trails

To book a football pitch at Elmdon Park, our form is easy to complete.

You can apply to hold your event at Elmdon Park.

Elmdon Nature Park - accessibility

The park is also open for everyone to enjoy, with:

  • a complete AccessAble guide for Elmdon Nature Park
  • for bus routes near the park visit National Express West Midlands:
  • Olton train station being near by
  • free parking off Tanhouse Farm Road and Damson Parkway

There are also two Elmdon Nature Park walking trails organised by Solihull Active.

Elmdon Park - addresses and opening times

Elmdon Nature park
Tanhouse Farm Road
B92 9EY

Damson Parkway
B91 2PP

Monday to Sunday 24 hours

  • Car Parks open from 8.00am
  • Summer Car Parks (April - September) closing between 8.00pm and 9.00pm
  • Winter Car Parks (October - March) closing between 4.00pm and 5.00pm

Elmdon Park - playground and sports area

The park also has a great play area with:

  • arched climber
  • horizontal bars
  • junior multi play
  • toddler multi play
  • junior swings
  • toddler swings
  • junior slide
  • livewire panel
  • rower
  • spinner
  • spring seat
  • toadstool seats
  • toddler roundabout
  • wall bars

Elmdon Park - outdoor gym equipment

For those who are looking to keep-fit, why not exercise outdoors? Elmdon Park is outfitted with the following gym equipment provided by Proludic Sport:

  • rower
  • armrests
  • horizontal bars

Elmdon Park - a little more information

Elmdon Park

Adding a touch of the countryside to its urban setting, this once derelict site now offers a uniquely hilly landscape providing excellent views across the region.

Managed by the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, the Local Nature Reserve which sits on the remains of a walled garden is wonderful to explore.

The parks heritage trail takes in the captivating history of St Nicolas' Church and Elmdon Hall.