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Oaklands Recreation Ground


Hob Moor Road, Birmingham B25 8UB

Plan your journey.

How to get there and parking

There are entrances off Hob Moor Road, Holder Road, Coventry Road and the A4040.

Nearest bus stops on Hob Moor Road (near north entrance) and Coventry Road (near south entrance).

About the park

This popular community park has benefitted from a four-stage renovation project, which has boosted the facilities on offer.

As well as providing large open spaces for cricket, football and other sports, there are 2 children’s play areas which feature the latest equipment in a safe environment, including climbing frames.

There is also a 2 kilometre circular route around the park, making it ideal for walkers and joggers.

In 2014 the park received Queen Elizabeth II Fields In Trust status, helping to preserve its open spaces for generations to come.

In addition, Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trusts run free weekly “nature tots” sessions at the park, which are open to all pre-schoolers and encourage a love of wildlife.

Climbing equipment in a children's play area in Oakland Recreation ground
Video introduction

Facilities at the park
Awards and status

Queen Elizabeth II Fields In Trust status

There are no toilets on site.
Points of interest
  • Boulder feature with a plaque depicting Queen Elizabeth II Fields in Trust status.
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