Two areas of ancient hilly woodland make up most of this delightful country park. Renowned for glorious displays of bluebells in the Springtime, the park can take your breath away all year round with its hillside location offering spectacular panoramic views over four counties on a clear day.
Park opening times
Park opening times
October - March
9.00 am – 4.00 pm
April - September
9.00 am – 9.00 pm
Permit holders do not need to buy a ticket from the machine and must clearly display their valid permit inside the vehicle with the end date visible.
Parking charges apply at this country park. If you fail to display a valid day ticket or permit then you may be issued a parking charge notice and a fine of up to £50.
Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership commissioned a permanent memorial for all who have been lost or injured on our roads. The permanent memorial is situated at Hartshill Hayes Country Park as part of our commemorative woodland which can be accessed if you take the left path as you pass the playground (What 3 words: highlight.canoe.test).
The memorial offers a peaceful location for people to gather to pay tribute to family members, friends, or colleagues whose lives have been affected by a road traffic collision.
There are various events at our Country Parks throughout the year, check out the events list for the latest details.
There are a wide range of activities at this country park.
Accessibility and help
Disabled access via RADAR padlocked gates. National Key Scheme for disabled people available from RADAR. RADAR Keys are also available from Kingsbury Water Park (call 01827 872660 for more details) and North Warwickshire Borough Council’s One Stop Shop located in Atherstone. Wooded sections likely to be muddy with some exposed tree roots and standing water. Gradients steep in places ranging from 1:4 – 1:10 and cross slopes of >1:45. We would recommend you are accompanied on your visit to this site.
Barbecues and fires
Barbecues and fires are not allowed, but picnics are welcome.
Toilets are available with separate disabled facilities.
Dog waste bins available.
There are no cash machine facilities at this park.
Natural England and Natural Resources Wales have updated the Countryside Code advice for countryside visitors. Please read the Countryside Code so we can all enjoy the outdoors responsibly.
Hobbyist – We do not allow hobbyist drone flying in any of our parks, or greenways.
Commercial Operations – A pilot requires permission of the landowner (WCC) to take off and land the drone on their property. We only permit a CAA licensed pilot/company. Any requests must be in writing to the Parks Manager email@example.com
Electric e-scooters, quads, go-peds, mini-motos, hoverboards and Segways
We do not allow use of these items by individuals within any of our Country Parks (mobility scooters are permitted).