This 57 acre green tapestry was once called the Queen Elizabeth Park. It is the preferred place for bikers and runners to get their daily dose of exercise. It is also a popular location for picnickers, who come to enjoy the outdoors with family and cheer the football games in play. To step out of the action, walk towards a small lake where mammoth manatees leisurely swim and you can feed them the grasses that grow next to the pond. The park comes alive during Emancipation Day and Mashramani Day celebrations.
Timings: Dawn to dusk; Entry Fee: Free for pedestrians and bikers and a small fee to park a car in the afternoon<strong>