Posted on November 03, 2022 by Driven Properties Latam


If you like green spaces even in a city in the heart of the desert you will find many parks focused on family activities, offering many facilities and activities for the little ones in the community. Here is a brief guide to Dubai's parks. Many have no entrance fee, for some it is necessary to pay the entrance ticket, even if the cost is not that high.


Dubai Miracle Garden is a large park with countless flower displays and extravagant outdoor recreation areas. The park also holds the Guinness World Record for the longest flower hedge in the world.


Mushrif Park is one of the most beautiful parks in Dubai, with swimming pools, fountains, lakes and children's play areas. Among the various activities that you can do in the park are camel and pony rides. There are also 26 picnic areas with wooden benches and tables with modern grills. The park is also home to a good population of birds, including owls and hoopoes.


Al Barsha Park is an ideal place for families and sportsmen. The park is surrounded by an artificial lake with several paths for walking and jogging, where there is also gym equipment. It also offers various entertainment activities such as bike rental, tennis courts, soccer fields, volleyball, and basketball courts. There are also numerous playgrounds for the little ones.


Although Creek Park is one of the first parks in the city, it offers a modern style and is located on Dubai Creek. It offers children's play areas, recreational facilities, jogging trails and numerous dining options. The park is also home to numerous attractions such as the Dubai Dolphinarium, Kids Town, a cable car and a toy train. There is also the possibility of renting bicycles and taking camel or pony rides.


Close to Jumeirah Beach, Safa Park is a popular green space, with Dubai Creek winding through the park's cared lawns and gardens.

Known for its excellent team sports facilities, Safa Park has tennis, volleyball, and basketball courts, as well as a jogging track, and you can rent bikes at the shop to ride the park's trails.

If you fancy a quieter day, you can simply enjoy the green space, the grass here suits many hikers and there is a dedicated barbeque area, or you can find cafes and restaurants inside the park if you don't want to if you prefer.


Al Mamzar Beach Park offers a double beach and green spaces. The radius covers the tip of a small peninsula jutting out into the sea, opposite Sharjah.

The large number of visitors are concentrated on the beach. There is a large expanse of reasonably cared lawn, lined with palm trees, with several paths for biking and walking.

There are also areas dedicated to barbecues and picnic spaces, several food stalls and a couple of cafeterias if you prefer.


This green zone is in the combined residential and commercial district of Jumeriah Lake Towers, it is a cared green space bordered by skyscrapers and small artificial lakes.

For the locals it is the favourite place for children to have fun, there are playgrounds equipped for younger children, and a small soccer field.

The park has many cafes and restaurants that line the green space, it is a good option for residences on weekends.