Our Location and Things To Do
- From Bewdley: A456 Tenbury Road, 3/4 mile from Bewdley town centre, 100 yards beyond Hop Pole Inn on the right hand side.
- From Birmingham: Take the main Hagley Road to the Quinton Express Way, A456 through Hagley town and Blakedown, follow Safari Park signs, through Kidderminster to Bewdley, go over bridge and take A456 to Tenbury.
- From Wolverhampton: Take A449 to Kidderminster, take A456 to Bewdley.
- From the North: Take the M6 South, leave on Junction 8 and join the M5. Take the M5 to Junction 3 and follow the A456 through to Kidderminster. Take the A456 to Bewdley.
- From the East: Take the M42 West. Leave on M5 North West Junction. Leave M5 on Junction 4. Follow the Safari Park signs through Hagley, Kidderminster and to Bewdley.
Hillcroft Caravan Park is only 100 yards away from the local country pub ‘The Hop Pole Inn’ which serves delicious food and drink. Take a look at their menu by clicking on the following link; www.thehoppolebewdley.co.uk
From Hillcroft Park it is only ten minutes’ walk to the local shops with many good eating places close by.
Severn Valley Railway
Regular trips to Bridgnorth and Kidderminster, through 16 miles of glorious countryside. A great day out for all the family. You can visit their website at www.svr.co.uk
Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve
The Wyre Forest is situated nearby with its National Nature Reserve where you can find a varied range of wildlife including Tawny Owls, Kingfishers, Redstarts, Pied Flycatchers, Dormice and all three species of Woodpecker. Spread out over nearly 550 hectares of rolling countryside, the Wyre Forest NNR is fantastic space for walking and enjoying England’s nature at its best. The Reserve, which crosses the borders of both Worcestershire and Shropshire, is part of one of the largest ancient lowland oak woods in England, and features a tremendous mixture of different habitats from forest to open grassland, old orchards and stunning, steep-sided valleys. Find out more at www.forestryengland.uk/wyre-forest
Golf and Fishing
Fishing pools and Wharton Park Golf Club are nearby. The picturesque 18 hole championship golf course is well known and respected as one of the best golf courses in Worcestershire, having the benefit of its own 43 acre Royal Forest as its centre piece.
West Midland Safari Park is only a few minutes drive from Bewdley, voted ‘Most popular tourist attraction in the West Midlands’ by children and parents from the region. Find out more on their website: www.wmsp.co.uk