Maharashtra Nature Park expands over an area of 37 acres and is an oasis in the middle of the concrete jungle the city has transformed into. Here, most people visit the park for recreational purposes. They can explore the beautifully landscaped park through the main pathway called 'Shanti Path', amidst lush green lawns and tall, trimmed shrubbery, dense trees canopying the streets etc. The architecture of the park is also noteworthy, although some works of art/ architecture are limited only to a few sections of the park. This green patch extends around River Mithi and has some natural and artificial waterholes/ water bodies within the premises too. Visitors can soak in the cool air, the scenic and serene nature as they explore Maharashtra Nature Park further. They can also indulge in photography along with nature walks here.
The Park has a wide variety of flora. There are over 580 species of plants found here. They have been grown and cared for in sections of vegetation that people can check out like the Forest Section, the Spice Section, the Vegetable Section, a section for Pam Trees, one for Medicinal Plants, a Vermicompost section and a Nursery. This area is established for educational purposes. Visitors can get to witness a good number of plants belonging to each of these categories. Botanist, Zoologists, Study Groups, Nature Lovers often visit the attraction for they get to see those plant and animal species. Visitors can get entry into any of these sections where they can study and capture these species in photographs for reference. Interested ones may also head to the nursery to buy a few saplings for themselves at affordable rates. They can get more insights into how to care for their plants.
The forest area of Maharashtra Nature Park in itself is home to a number of animals, birds, reptiles etc. Visitors can commonly spot the Egret, kingfishers, sparrows, caterpillars, butterflies dragonflies, lizards, chameleons, cobra and other serpents. This place is especially famous for a variety of Butterflies thriving at the Maharashtra Nature Park. There are over 78 species of colourful butterflies found here like the Common/ Lemon Emigrant Butterfly, Common Grass Yellow Butterfly or the Eurema Hecabe, Common Caster or the Orange Butterfly, the Common Baron, Common Tiger, Common/ Malayan Wanderer, Chocolate Soldier etc. Therefore, visitors can easily spot a large number of caterpillars on the trees at the Maharashtra Nature Park.