A Green Flag Park which is much loved by the local community, Knowle Park provides great open spaces and a play area for families to meet and relax.
Knowle Park - the essentials
A Local Nature Reserve, the park is great for getting in touch with wildlife. However, there is much more to do too, with the park having:
- free car parking
- ornamental gardens
- park events
- play area including springs, zip wire and climbing net
- tennis courts
You can apply to hold your event at Knowle Park.
Knowle Park - accessibility
A natural meeting point, enjoying the park is easy with:
- a complete AccessAble for Knowle Park
- a number of local bus routes near the park
- Knowle and Dorridge train station within walking distance
- free parking available off Longdon Road
Knowle Park - address and opening times
Longdon Road (cars)
Lodge Road (pedestrians)
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
Knowle Park - playground
With the kind help and support of the Friends of Knowle Park, and refurbished under the Playbuilder project, Knowle Park has a fantastically equipped modern play space with:
- activity trail with climbing net
- nest swing
- pod swing
- rock spinner
- rotating beam
- trio rocker
- wipe out
- zip wire
Book a tennis court
We have recently partnered with the Lawn Tennis Association to resurface the tennis courts at Knowle Park.
Our courts are free to hire, you just need to book your slot.
Knowle Park - outdoor gym equipment
For those who are looking to keep-fit, why not exercise outdoors? Knowle Park is outfitted with the following gym equipment provided by Proludic Sport:
- wall bars
- exercise bike
- horizontal bars
Knowle Park - a little more information
Set in the heart of the historic Knowle Village, the park proudly sits on the previous grounds of Longdon Hall. Popular throughout the year with families, a particular highlight is the Knowle Park annual music event, attracting picnicking people from the village and far further afield.
If you would like to get involved with making the park even better, you can join the Friends of Knowle Park. A group of local enthusiasts, it has already been key to the refurbishment of the play area, and looks forward to more exciting projects in the future.