Parks & Picnic Spots

 
 
Delhi is a city of gardens.There are a lot of Parks and Gardens in delhi. Besides, there has come an amusement centre near Mahipalpur. Appu Ghar, in Pragati Maidan area is quite popular with children. A number of lakes in and around the city provides boating facilities.
  • Ajmal Khan Park: Near Karol Bagh Ajmal Khan Park in delhi spread over an area of five acres, has musical fountains.
  • Buddha Jayanti Park: This park is located in green layer of delhi. It is also a good picnic spot. In commemoration of the 2,500th birth anniversary of Lord Buddha. Get there from the Ridge Road, Shankar Road or Sardar Patel Marg.
  • Children's Park: Near India Gate,this park has swings, slides and an aquarium.
  • Deer Park: A paradise for morning walkers, deer park has huts for staying and is approachable from Hauz Khas Village, Safdarjang Enclave or near the Delhi Lawn Tennis Association courts side.
  • Dahula Kuan Complex: Near Dahula Kuan. It has an artificial lake, hanging bridge, playground and waterfalls. A cooling experience especially during the summer.
  • Idgah: Green area around the Idgah in Hauz Khas Enclave.
  • India Gate Lawns: Beautiful green lawns over a large area, a popular evening location this park is good for picnic. Ice cream and other snacks available from mobile vendors.
  • Jahanpanah: Ideal place for bird lovers in Chirag Delhi. It also has well developed forests.
  • Kalkaji District Park: With lakes and beautiful terraced gardens a quiet spot near the Nehru Place office complex.
  • Kalindi Kunj: Near the NOIDA border near Apollo hospital, a good getaway with fountains and colourful lights during the night.
  • Ladakh Buddha Vihar: A closed area next to ISBT on Ring Road.
  • Lodi Gardens: Another picnic spot and a joy for morning walkers with lots of greenery and trees. Access from Lodi Rd. and near Khan Market.
  • Mughal Gardens: Located in the Rashtrapati Bhavan complex, it is open to the public only during February and March.
  • Mehrauli: On the outskirts of Mehrauli near Qutab Minar, the Phool Walon ki Sair is held there in October every year.
  • Mahavir Gardens: Located on the Ridge it is named after the founder of Jainism, Lord Mahavir.
  • NDMC Lake Park: Has a musical fountain and is located near the Safdarjang Flyover in Lakshmibai Nagar.
  • Nehru Park: Near the Ashok Hotel in the Chanakyapuri, it is spread over an area of 85 acres landscaped. Popular picnic spot.
  • Okhla Dam: Near the Yamuna Canal it has facilities for fishing. Close to the Holy Family hospital it is a picnic spot.
  • Rose Gardens: There is one at Shantipath in the Diplomatic Area, Chanakyapuri and another in Hauz Khas opposite Safdarjang's Tomb.
  • Yamuna Water Front: South of Rajghat, it is a 4 kilometre long boulevard with green lawns and a floral clock.
  • Zoological Garden: Designed by the West German zoo specialist, Hergenbeck it is between Purana Qila and Humayun's tomb. Closed on Fridays, it is a good picnic spot.
Other Parks and Picnic spots in Delhi and New Delhi
  • Badhkal Lake: A popular picnic spot, it has facilities for water sports.
  • Suraj Kund: The site of the annual Surajkund Mela, there is a golf course, an exotic hotel and one can fish and also do boating.
  • Sutlanpur Bird Sanctuary: Paradise for bird watchers in winter, it is 46 kilometres away from Delhi in Gurgaon district.

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