Kingsbury Water Park Camping and Caravanning Club Site can be found a short distance from the M42 motorway, and is a beautiful landscape in the West Midlands for people of all tastes to enjoy. The park is open throughout the year, meaning club members can escape to our great park whenever they wish. We welcome motorhomes, tents, and touring campers onto our site.
We are a family and pet friendly park with a range of activities on offer for all ages. Serviced pitches with electric hook-ups are available to those who need them, and Wi-Fi internet access is offered for guests, for a small additional cost, during their stay. On site, we have facilities for laundry, washing up, and waste disposal to be used whenever needed.
The main feature of our park is the lakes and pools, of which there are over 30. In addition to these, there are charming woodland areas, plenty of open spaces for ball games and other recreational activities, numerous walking routes, and a children’s farm where they can get close to their favourite animals.
Several of our lakes and pools are well stocked fishing locations, with one designated specifically for young anglers who are just getting started, while the rest are open for anyone to enjoy and see what they can catch.
Away from the park you can enjoy a wealth of attractions across the local area.Drayton Manor Theme Park, which has rides for all ages, is a great day out for the whole family. Middleton Hall has recently undergone extensive restoration work, although large parts of the original 16th century build are still viewable, while it is also surrounded by woodland, lakes, and parks of its own.
Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre holds many events throughout the year, including the Boat & Caravan Outdoor Show in February and an International Caravan and Motorhome Show in October. Birmingham is also a great place for shopping and cultural experiences, including theatre shows and the opera. If you’ve never tried indoor skiing, the SnowDome in Tamworth is something you simply have to try, and is open for experienced skiers as well as total novices.
There is plenty to do on site here at Kingsbury Water Park as well as attractions around the local area that are open throughout the year. Our park is a perfect waterside location for anyone who loves the outdoors, and serves as a gateway to the rest of the West Midlands.
Types of pitches:
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Hardstanding only pitch
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
Family shower room
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Battery charging facilities
The Water Park’s Visitor Centre has information about the local area as well as the Park itself. The Park includes one of the largest and most diverse fisheries in the Midlands, with a free pool set aside especially for young anglers.
Drayton Manor Theme Park includes the terrifying Apocalypse, named “Britain’s scariest ride” by the Sunday Times.
Middleton Hall is a 16th Century Great Hall set in 40 acres of woodland, lakes and gardens which has recently been restored.
The National Exhibition Centre hosts many shows, including the National Boat, Caravan and Outdoor Show in February and International Caravan and Motorhome in October each year. The city of Birmingham has the National Sealife Centre, a variety of shops and many other attractions.
The award-winning Museum of the Jewellery Quarter offers an insight into Birmingham’s historic jewellery trade.
Tamworth’s SnowDome is a real snow centre, with a 170m slope for learning to ski and toboggan.
Lichfield Cathedral is a beautiful, medieval building with three spires. It often hosts musical events.
There is a good shopping centre in Tamworth along with a Norman motte and bailey castle.
Based on 5 review(s)
Shropshire 30 Oct 2013
OMG, hostile or what! What a horrid welcome from the supposedly 'friendly club'! 5 wardens stood behind the counter and moaned "we don't have a 5th wheel booked in" errr yes you do so stop being so bloody negative! Then we were told that we'd make a mess of the grass because it's so heavy! To top it all they insisted on charging us for their mix up making us pay for 3 nights instead of 2! We have since cancelled our membership and to add further insult they deducted £21.60 for 1 months membership use! Sod this so called 'friendly club', it's back to the caravan club for us, where we are always received by friendly, pleasant wardens and fabulous admin staff.
West Midlands 01 Nov 2008
We stayed at Kingsbury Water Park in March 2008 This is a very pleasant site with excellent toilet/shower facilities The wardens are helpful & friendly & organised an Easter egg hunt for the children staying on site. Located next to the water park it is great for cycling & walking The water park also has a play area, café & narrow gauge railway This site is also a good base for getting to the N.E.C. Kingsbury Water Park Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands
derbyshire 22 Feb 2008
very good site . excellent facilities.would visit again. good for children. a lot to do. the location is very good as well . the people in charge look after you very well as well. i would go to this site again some time without a doubt
West Midlands 22 Feb 2008
Great site for a weekend getaway.Close to Birmingham but you could be anywhere.Excellent access to water park from site for cycling and walking and usual high standard loo blocks.Also within walking distance is a childrens farm and the park itself has a great coffee shop!
lancashire 20 Feb 2008
Very clean, new showers and facilities, would like to see more water taps for motor homes, great lakes and walks and fishing close by. great for all families. power boat racing near by, great fun to watch.