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|Location||Monkspath, Solihull, West Midlands|
|Area||2 acres (0.81 ha)|
|Operated by||Metropolitan Borough of Solihull|
|Visitors||over 100 a day|
Hillfield Park, Solihull, West Midlands is a community open space and play park in Monkspath, Solihull. It covers an area of over 2 acres (0.81 ha) and includes an attractive lake surrounded by formal footpaths, which give walkers the opportunity to explore the open space. It is built on a landfill site, its contours being produced by the earth settling as gases escape.
The park was opened in 1984 to help meet the recreation needs of people in the local area. In late 2009 a new children's playground was built.Refurbished as part of year 2 Playbuilder project, the project created-
Embankment slides, Activity trail, Wobble board, V Bridge, Junior swings, Toddler swings, Suspension bridge, Roller balance beam, Stepping logs, Junior multi play, Chain walk, Zip Slide. Climbing boulders and natural play features including willow arch and sensory planting.
3 car parks, Lake, River and/or Stream, Recreational area, Play Area, and Football Pitches