Kingsbury Water Park (Sutton Coldfield) Reviews
Newest Review: ... some of the paths around the lake. There is so much wildlife it's unbelievable. Now, I'm not into animals or wildlife but this was really interesting. Charlotte's studying woodland life at school at the moment so we spent a bit of time picking up leaves and feathers for her to take to school. She proudly told us when she saw a swallow and another park keeper (they really are everywhere) was gobsmacked when she told him she saw a kingfisher cos there is one by the lake but he doesn't show himself too much. When she told him where she'd seen it he said it was right as his nest is in one of the big bushes where she saw him. I missed it, but Ma... more
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by - written on 23/02/05, updated on 20/05/05 (Very useful, 2945 readings)
On Monday, the kids school had (another) teacher training day and after our next door neighbour heard me screaming at the kids for the 100th time by 11am, he suggested Kingsbury Water Park. I'd never heard of it, so full of excitement me and Mark got the kids into the car and set off with a boot full of sarnies and crisps. Kingsbury Water Park is situated in Bodymoor Heath (just down the road from the Villa training ground). It covers 600 acres and inside all those acres lie 15 lakes. It was opened in 1975 and currently attracts more than 280,000 visitors a year. It was originally a series of sand and gravel pits but in the early 70's Warwickshire County ... Read the complete review
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