Elmdon Nature Park
Fitness sessions in our Parks
All fitness sessions in our parks and open spaces must be registered with Solihull Council. To apply or find out more please contact our parks team at email@example.com.
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
- 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
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
- 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:
- horizontal bars
Elmdon Park - a little more information
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.
Do you love Elmdon Park? Then why not get involved in Elmdon Park Support Group, a community group established to promote and support the management of the park. Visit the group’s own website to find out more.