Rowney Green is fortunate enough to be at the centre of a network of walks and bridle paths. Some are short distance and some longer.
To the north west, the village of Alvechurch is less than one mile from Rowney Green - a route which falls from the top of the hill at Newbourne Wood, to the valley floor containing the River Arrow. On its western fringe is the hidden Hamlet of Withybed Green, in which The Crown public house sits alongside the Birmingham to Worcester Canal.
To the east of Rowney Green, is the single-track Roman Road Icknield Street, which, travelling north takes you to The Coach and Horses, renowned for its vast range of traditional beers and wholesome food. Following Icknield Street beyond the Coach and Horses, will take you to The Peacock, close to the Birmingham Boundary but still 'in the country'.
The RGA have documented some of the short walks.