The 9 Best Parks in Dubai

What are the best parks in Dubai ? Many visitors and new residents of Dubai are surprised at the number of parks and green spaces that can be explored throughout the city – most of which are free or very low cost and exceptionally family friendly. Here we give you a tour of all our favorite parks and outdoor spaces in Dubai, we will mention the best parks in Dubai Emirates with the entrance fees and additional facilities that you can find for families.

The 9 Best Parks in Dubai :

1. Al Barari Stadium Park in Dubai

This stunning new natural spot in Dubai has been transformed from a hidden gem into one of Dubai’s best parks. Famous for its adventure playground and laid-back ambiance, kids can enjoy water climbing, giant swinging pirate ships, and even exploring the vegetable patch all in the lush setting of this luxury prairie estate.

Parents love the Head out Lounge where you can enjoy a drink while the kids play, plus there’s ice cream, burgers and shawarma on hand if you fancy a snack. Advance reservations for this luxurious nature park are essential, especially on weekends.

 

1. Entry: 25 dirhams on weekdays paid for 2 hours / weekends 35 dirhams (children under 90 cm free).
2. Facilities: playground, cafe, toilets.
3. Business hours: 10:00 to 8:00 pm Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Mondays).

2. Al Barsha Park, Dubai

A beautifully manicured 52-acre garden set around a large man-made pond. You can rent pedal or solar powered boats on the water, as well as pedals, bikes, and e-scooters to exercise around the park.

There are two park areas, suitable for toddlers and older children, as well as plenty of grassy areas for picnics and a jogging track.

1. Entry is free.
2. Facilities: Kiosks and toilets Park House Café.
3.Working hours: daily from 6 in the morning until 11 in the evening.

 

3. Union Park in Dubai

Located on the trunk of the Palm Jumeirah are Dubai Gardens, this is a long park that appears under a distance of 3.2 km from the Palm Monorail. A great track for strollers and scooters, the park is filled with playgrounds and water features, as well as fitness equipment, and shops and cafes to stop at along the way. You may also hear this referred to as Palm Jumeirah Garden.

1. Entry is free.
2. Facilities: restrooms, shops and restaurants along the road.
3. Business hours: 24 hours.

4. Al Khazzan Park in Dubai

Centrally located across from City Walk in Dubai, it is easy to choose the distinctive blue and white water tower of this urban park. There are two shaded play areas with swings, slides and climbing frames for both toddlers and older kids. A good place to bring your own picnic, look for the young children’s library in the best parks in Dubai.

1. Entry is free.
2. Facilities: toilets, shaded seats and play areas.
3.Working hours: 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM from Saturday to Wednesday and 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM on Thursday and Friday.

5. Al Sufouh Park in Dubai

Located in a quiet area on the outskirts of the city between Hessa Street and Al Sufouh Road, you will find play areas for two children in this cozy little park. It’s best for your little ones, but it all includes a running track, sports fields and a small cafe.

1. Entry is free.
2. Facilities: toilets, sports facilities and a coffee shop.
3.Working hours: 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM from Saturday to Wednesday and 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM on Thursday and Friday.

6. Al Wasl Park in Dubai

Another hidden suburban gem near Al Wasl Road, Jumeirah 1. It’s not huge but it’s enough space to unleash the kids on scooters and bikes as well as play in the partially shaded playground.

1. Entry is free.
2. Facilities: toilets.
3. Working hours: 8:00 am to 11:00 pm.

7. Bay Avenue Park

Dubai’s best parks add a touch of green to the concrete jungle of Business Bay, featuring two outdoor gyms, a skate park, a trampoline area and several grassy areas where you can pull out a picnic mat as well as mandatory playground equipment, mostly under shade.

The nearby Spinneys supermarket is ideal for dining, and the park often hosts a farmers market and yoga practice in the park.

1. Entry is free.
2. Facilities: toilets and skate park.
3. Business hours: 24 hours.

8. Dubai Creek Park

Dubai Creek Park

Located on the west bank of Dubai Creek, it is one of Dubai’s largest parks with plenty of additional facilities and entertainment to enjoy. It’s a popular place for picnics and barbecues, as well as a large botanical garden, mini golf, and mini auto racing track. There are several children’s playgrounds scattered throughout the park.

For more places within the park, it is an educational, entertainment and educational center including a planetarium. In the winter, Cable Creek wagons ply daily through the park (only on summer evenings).

1. Entry: 5 dirhams (less than 2 free).
2. Facilities: barbecues, toilets, picnics.
3.Working hours: from Sunday to Wednesday from 8:00 in the morning until 10:00 in the evening. Thursday to Saturday 8:00.

9. Dinosaur Park

Dinosaur Park

A seasonal event held at Zabeel Park in the winter months, watch the dinosaurs come to life and light up the park every night with colorful neon creations.

An evening more expensive than most of our parks, but definitely fun to get a special treat and one of the best theme park experiences we recommend to our visitors The dinosaurs are very realistic.

1. Entry: 65 AED.
2. Working hours: from Saturday to Thursday from 4.00 pm to 11.00 pm.