Clent Hills Parking
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Clent Hills Country Park is located in the small town of Clent, about 30 minutes’ drive from the centre of Birmingham. The town has a café and two car parks, walking trails and routes perfect for horse riding.
Clent Hills Country Park hosts orienteering events, and is a popular spot for kite flying. There is a permanent Geocaching Trail on the hill, and dogs are welcome here too.
There are a number of iconic locations within Clent Hills, including Rosedene, The Roundhouse, Hanbury Hall and Gardens, Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses, Birmingham Back to Backs, and Knowes Hill.
If you’re interested in conservation, you can volunteer at Clent Hills and help out with a range of projects. You could be an Engagement Ranger, telling visitors about the facilities available and helping at family events, or you could also join the conservation teams and help look after the hills for the wildlife living here.
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Parking at Clent Hills
If you’re looking for parking at Clent Hills, there is an on-site car park available. The Nimmings Wood car park is open daily except for Christmas Day, and opening hours are from 9am to 5pm between March and October, and 9am to 4pm between November and February. Outside of these hours, the car park is locked, and the park cannot be unlocked if you are locked in overnight.
The car park has a welcome desk, where you can find information about walks through the Clent Hills, pick up a guide for kids, and even take out a National Trust membership.
The Clent Hills car park is a pay and display car park and is free for National Trust members. Make sure to bring your membership card with you to scan into the machine. For everyone else, there is a charge of £3 for parking for the whole day.
The Walton Hill car park is about 10 minutes’ walk from the Nimmings Wood car park. It is open 365 days a year and is free for all visitors.
Coach is only available at the Walton Hill car park and is completely free. Minibuses can park at the Nimmings Wood car park for £3 per day.
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By Train: The Hagley train station is a 10-minute drive from the Nimmings Wood café and car park and services the West Midlands Trains line.
By Bus: Lines 4H, 147, and 318 run by Clent Hills.
By Car: The Nimmings Wood car park is about 5 minutes’ drive from the centre of Clent, and about 30 minutes’ drive from the centre of Birmingham.
Disabled Parking at Clent Hills
If you’re looking for accessible Clent Hills parking options, there are five disabled parking spaces near the café at the Nimmings Wood car park.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Clent Hills, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
There aren’t any electric charging stations in the Clent Hills car parks, but you will find some nearby in Stourbridge and Halesowen.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
The Nimmings Wood car park is open every day except Christmas Day. The Walton Hill car park is open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. The Nimmings Wood car park closes and locks overnight. If you get locked in, you won’t be able to get your car out until the car park is unlocked in the morning.
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Where is Clent Hills located?
Clent Hills is located near Birmingham in Worcestershire.
Can I bring my dog to Clent Hills?
Dogs are welcome at Clent Hills but must be kept on a lead in the car park and café area, as well as in any areas which are grazed by livestock.
What is a National Trust membership?
A National Trust membership will give you free entrance to a wide range of locations, as well as free parking at most National Trust car parks. You will also be given a member’s handbook with plenty of information about National Trust locations, as well as a National Trust Magazine three times a year.
How much does a National Trust membership cost?
There are four membership options available:
- Joint membership (for two adults living at the same address): £120 a year or £10 a month for 12 months.
- Family membership:
- For 2 adults and their children or grandchildren: £126 a year or £10.50 a month for 12 months.
- For one adult and their children or grandchildren: £78 a year or £6.50 a month for 12 months.
- Individual membership:
- Adults (older than 26): £72 a year or £6 a month for 12 months.
- Young adults (from 18 to 25): £36 a year
- Junior (17 and under): £10 a year
- Life membership:
- Individual (includes free admission for one guest): £1,730 (or £1,295 for seniors over 60)
- Joint: £2,160, or £1,620 for seniors over 60
- Family: £2,265
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