Top Parks in Gurgaon for a Refreshing Day-Out

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Parks in Gurgaon

The beautiful gardens and parks in Gurgaon need no introduction. They are an escape from the rush and race of the fast-paced city amidst nature. Boasting of several green open spaces, these parks in Gurgaon are a perfect way to spend a day out with friends, family and loved ones. Boasting of well-maintained glossy lawns and littered with umpteen shady trees, the gorgeous parks in Gurgaon are a top pick for morning and evening walks, outdoor games and day picnics. Some of these have several swings and rides to entertain children while the parents can chill and relax. So if you are having a boring day at work or at home and you want to rejuvenate and rewind amidst bounteous nature, we have got you covered.

Here is the list of 6 Top Parks in Gurgaon for a Refreshing Day-Out

1. Leisure Valley Park, Gurgaon

Leisure Valley Park is a pleasant green patch maintained amidst the concrete jungle. This is one of the parks in Gurgaon which spreads over a square kilometres space and has a jogging park, a garden, musical fountains and a restaurant that make it an apt recreational park. Evenings are a special treat when the fountains are lit with bright lights and the water sprays to the tune of soft mesmerising music.

Timings: 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM (all days of the week)
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

2. Aravalli Biodiversity Park, Gurgaon

Expanding over 1.54 square kilometres, Aravalli Biodiversity Park was established to ecologically restore and preserve the vegetation on the desert and arid land areas in the region. It was opened on the occasion of World Environment Day in June 2010, after a Supreme Court Ban was implemented on stone mining in the region. This is one of the biodiversity parks in Gurgoan which has about 160 plant species, over 170 species of birds and animals.

Timings: 5:00 AM –11:00 AM and 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

3. Subhash Chandra Bose Park, Gurgaon

Situated in Sector 14 in Gurgaon, Subhash Chandra Bose is a recreational park in Gurgaon and green space to have a break from the clutter of the city. The park is ideal for jogging, outdoor games, yoga and other meditation activities.

Timings: 5:00 AM to 10:30 PM (all days of the week)
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

4. Tau Devi Lal Biodiversity Park, Gurgaon

Tau Devi Lal Biodiversity Park is mostly used for recreational purposes. It has a walkway used most for morning or evening walks and jogs. Most areas of the two-acre park in Gurgaon are decently maintained green patches including a rose garden with colourful and fragrant roses. The greenery attracts birds to some extent too, hence, it is quite preferred by bird watchers as well.

Timings: 5:00 AM to 8:00 PM (all days of the week)
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

5. Damdama Lake, Gurgaon

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Damdama Lake is an amoeba-shaped natural lake few kilometers south of Gurugram, off the Gurugram-Alwar road. An hour drive away from New Delhi, it has a calm, rural and peaceful vibe about it. Home to over a hundred and ninety species of native and migratory birds, water levels reach as high as fifty feet during monsoons and winters and most of the migratory birds are spotted during these seasons.

Timings:  9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

6. Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Gurgaon

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Being one of the many weekend getaways from Delhi, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary witness a lot of footfall especially from the people of neighbouring areas of Gurgaon, Faridabad, Noida and Delhi. It is home to a myriad of migratory birds and is a great spot for bird watching, especially during winters. During winters, one can experience an excellent picturesque panorama of various species of birds. This sanctuary is undoubtedly a paradise for the bird watchers.

Timings: 7:00 AM to 4:30 PM (Tuesdays closed)
Entry Fee: INR 5 for Indians and INR 40 for Foreigners

Hope you enjoyed our list of parks in Gurgaon. Let us know in the comments below if we missed any!

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