Birmingham’s six beautiful country parks ranked, according to Google reviews
The benefits of spending time in the great outdoors among nature has been wideley researched. From relieving stress to physical fitness, it can do wonders for us. Big open green spaces are also great for walking our four-legged friends and hosting picnics with friends and family in Birmingham.
Located on the outskirts of the city, the country parks are hundreds of acres in size. Some have additional facilities like tea rooms, working farms and more. There's nothing like a nice autumnal walk to beat the blues, with the beautiful golden colours filling our open spaces it's a perfect opportunity to explore the outdoors and have fun soaking up some fresh air.
We’ve taken a look at all the country parks in Birmingham to discover how people that use them are rating them. Those who have visited the country parks have reviewed them on Google and we have ranked the country parks in Birmingham according to the number of stars they have received. So, here are the six country parks in Birmingham ranked, according to Google reviews:
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