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Huntingtree Park – Halesowen

Huntingtree Park occupies about 9 acres of land between Huntingtree Road and Thornhill Road opposite Huntingtree Primary School. There are a variety of deciduous trees around the perimeter of the park and a small Urban Forest at the corner of Thornhill Road and Huntingtree Road. B63 4HY

The park has full size and junior football pitches. Under the Healthy Towns Project the children’s play area, with junior and infant equipment has been upgraded and one of the tennis courts converted to a Multi Games Court. The remaining tennis court has a permanent net and both courts have been resurfaced.

The football pitch has had a major new drainage system installed and been re-seeded. The new Healthy Hub and activity building is the centre of a variety of activities designed to improve the health of the local community. The Park Activators have an office there and the kitchen and community room are available for planned healthy based activities. Toilets are open during the day. Changing rooms and showers are available for visiting football teams.

The paths have been widened and resurfaced and new seats installed, to provide better accessibility for all users.

Schools and local children’s associations use the park for games activities and picnics, as do family groups. The bowling green area is surrounded by spring flower beds and flowering shrubs, provided by the ‘Friends’ group and planted by local primary school children.


    Huntingtree Road
    B63 4HY

    Huntingtree Park is situated in the residential district of Hasbury, a twenty minute walk from Halesowen Town Centre.

    There is a small car park but most parking is based on the perimeter roads at the owners own risk.

    The 417 and 244 buses run up to the park from Halesowen Bus Station at twenty minute intervals.



The current features which make up the park include:-

  • Park Activity Centre
  • Outdoor Gym
  • Floodlit Multi Use Games Area
  • Bowling Green
  • Children’s Play Area
  • One 11 a side football pitche with goals
  • Large areas of flat managed grass
  • Smaller areas of shaded and unshaded areas of grass
  • Managed and unmanaged path ways
  • Limited car parking is available adjacent to the Activity Centre and also available on perimeter roads
  • Accessible route for people with Disabilities
  • Adjacent to the activity centre is a leased building to The Newhall Project ( targeted work with young people)

Events and Activities

Sessions are subject to change but the staff will always run activities at the times shown in this program.

For all activities we provide the necessary equipment but you will need to wear sensible clothing and footwear.

Under 8's must be accompanied by an adult at all times on all of our sessions.

  • Nordic walking is a fitness technique that uses walking poles in order to give a whole body workout. It's suitable for all levels of fitness. Poles are provided.
  • After school club delivers a range of physical activity and games for children aged five to eleven during term time only.
  • Health walks are regular weekly walks of between 45 to 60 minutes. Suitable for all ages and abilities.
  • Running for fitness accommodates both the beginner and regular runner. Sessions are structured and build up on participant fitness levels by using techniques that include walking and jogging to build endurance and duration of sustained running.
  • Introduction to exercise is a specifically designed exercise programme that includes the use of the park's gym equipment, designed for participants with health or medical problems.
  • Green fit sessions include a 30-minute walk and a 30-minute gym equipment session.
  • Nifty Fifties sessions for all ages, including a socialising with the group and fitness walk around the park.

Friends of the Park

The Friends of Huntingtree Park group was formed in 2006 to try to improve the facilities on the park and to change its run down appearance.

We hope that by making physical improvements to the park we will address anti-social behaviour and create a sense of community pride in the park and increase the number of people using the park.

We are a local voluntary group who receive great support for our efforts from the local community, Dudley CVS, Dudley MBC and Green Care