Things to Do

Set in the picturesque Severn Valley, with the River Severn, the River Stour and the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal all passing through the town, Stourport offers the visitor a wealth of activities to choose from.

For family fun, you should head for the riverside and the meadows, here you will find a number of fun activities for the whole family, including boats to hire, a modern and exciting children’s play area, river cruises with the Stourport Steamer Co, crazy golf, a putting green, go-kart’s, a paddling pool, plus many amusements. Just the other side of the bridge you will find the Treasure Island Amusement Centre – with ten pin bowling, fairground rides, the dragon roller coaster, dodgems and a large arcade.

There are many places to visit in and around Stourport, click here to find out more.

To find out more about events in and around Stourport visit our What’s on page, or alternatively if you are looking for regular activities to get involved in then visit our clubs and groups page.

Stourport has a number of sporting clubs including the Stourport Swifts Football Club, Stourport Rugby Club, Stourport Cricket Club, Stourport Hockey Club and Stourport Boat Club who have regular fixtures or events throughout the year. There is also an enthusiastic bowling club.

A fun way to visit places in the most quintessentially English county of Worcestershire is by taking yourselves on a self-guided walk and treasure hunt. Treasure Trails offers the opportunity to:

  • Explore the cathedral city, market towns and villages in an interesting and absorbing way.
  • Enjoy time together with family and friends on a fun and healthy stroll around town.
  • Find the clues to solve a murder mystery, to locate lost treasure, or to be successful on a spy mission.
  • Win a cash prize at the start of each year.

Treasure Trails can be purchased online or through a number of retail outlets including the Tourist Information Centre in Worcester. For further information visit the Treasure Trails website

Stourport is surrounded by picturesque countryside, so if you are feeling active a walk or cyclecan be very rewarding. Hartlebury Common, Wyre Forest, the River Severn, and the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal are all great places close by to enjoy the great outdoors, not to mention the many public footpaths that criss-cross the area.

There are a number of good golf courses in the local area where you can enjoy a quick round or two. They include Burlish Park Golf ClubWharton ParkOmbersley Golf Club, and Little Lakes.

There are a number of very interesting churches in the local area and a special trail has been set up for people to discover them. Visit our Wilden to Witley Trail page to find out more.