Playareas closed, parks remain open
In response to Government guidelines on tackling the spread of Coronavirus, our play areas are now closed (Tuesday 24 March).
Our parks remain open but please remember you should stay at least two metres away from other people. All public gatherings of more than two people, who are not from the same household, have also been stopped.
Please help us the keep the district a safe, clean and green environment by taking your litter home.
Springfield Park is a park of 16.95 hectares situated in the Broadwaters area of Kidderminster. The site is adjacent to the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal. Part of this site is the location of ‘Shuttle’, a new 21st Century woodland.
The main entrance to the Park is off Springfield Lane. View on Google Maps
Facilities and Attractions:
- Car parking
- Enclosed Children’s Play Area
- Teenage Area
- Multi Activity Play Area
- Football Pitches
- Picnic Area
- Large ornamental pool with fishing rights for local residents
- Old preserved factory chimney at the side of the pool
- Large open space for all types of activities
Further information about the park can be found at Friends of Springfield Park
We strive to keep our parks safe and looking good, however, if you spot a problem with anything in our parks pleaseReport it Online