Blackstone Picnic Place
Whatever the weather and season, this is a good site to base
yourself to explore the surrounding countryside. The mighty River
Severn is the most obvious attraction near here, but look a little
further afield and there are three nature reserves and two historic
towns all within walking distance. See also Blackstone Riverside Park.
Open daily, 24 hour pedestrian access and vehicular access.
Admission is free
Blackstone Picnic Place, DY12 1PU. Located between
Stourport and Bewdley off the A456 Bewdley by-pass. Height
barrier 6'6" 1.980 metres. Follow the brown and white tourist
signs. Grid Reference: 797743.
- No dedicated parking areas for visitors with disabilities,
although all parking (rolled stone) is close to picnic area and
- Topography of the site is flat
- Picnic area (with wheelchair accessible tables) is flat grass
and suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs
For further information contact the Countryside Service 01562
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This page was last reviewed 25 July 2013 at 17:09.
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