The park is positioned between North Lane and Seagers Lane in Brierley Hill. This gives the park an elevated position over looking the surroundings areas to the west. Entrance to the park, off North lane is via a steep managed concrete pathway. Other road based access are positioned at road level.
The park has a managed pathway running through it with a few resting benches. There is a large area of open grass, along with smaller shaded and un-shaded areas perfect for picnics and leisure activities. The park hosts an area of un-kept dirt/tarmac that could be used for small boundary games.
The park has had a range of improvements through Liveability funding, which include new benches and bins, resurfacing of pathways and a community garden area surrounded by sensory shrubs and perennial plants.
Large area of flat managed grass. NB please note, due to the elevated positioning of the park, ball games may encounter loss of the ball.
Smaller areas of shaded and un-shaded grass
Managed path way.
Car Parking is available on the perimeter roads
Area of un-kept dirt/tarmac may be suitable for small boundary games.
Community garden with sensory planting
This Park has an active Friends Group, Friends of Marsh Park. The group was established when members of the local community volunteered to start discussions on ways of improving and regenerating the park to its full potential and encourage increased public use.
The group are always recruiting new members, to assist with future plans and events.
Lawyers Field is an open green space at the bottom of South Street, next to South Street Baptist Church. This large area of amenity grass is predominantly used for dog walking, exercise and ball games.
The Friends of Marsh Park & Lawyers Field have recently set up a community garden and fruit orchard on site with raised beds and benches. This promotes the local residents to grow their own produce and learn fantastic gardening skills.