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Beach Parks

Jumeirah Beach Park and Al Mamzar Park feature beautifully landscaped gardens alongside an expanse of protected beach and offer a wide range of amenities. Both parks are open from 8:00 am to 11:00 pm daily. Saturday and Sunday, for ladies and children only at Jumeirah Beach Park, Wednesday at Al Mamzar Park.

Recreational Parks

Dubai's many recreational parks are popular with families. Mushrif Park, just beyond the airport, the Creekside Park, Safa Park and Umm Suqueim Park are four of the finest, featuring lush gardens, exotic plants and a variety of amusements.

Jumeirah Beach Park
Jumeirah Beach Park is a ideal for a family picnic on the weekends.
 
Mushrif Park
Mushrif Park is 5.25 square kilometre (1300 acre) Desert-like park in Dubai.
     
Creekside Park
The name was derived from the location of the park on the bank of Dubai Creek.
 
Safa Park
Never did a name of any park in Dubai apply to its actual location, as does the name of Al Safa
     
Al Mamzar Beach Park
Al Mamzar Park covers an area of 106 hectares and offers barbecue sites.
 
Open Beach
Recreational services and other utilities, such as showers, toilets, seats, parasols.
     
Sharjah Desert Park
For 'Close encounters' with Arabian wild life it is worth visiting the Sharjah.
 
Wild Wadi
The Wild Wadi Water Park is situated in Jumeirah, an area in Dubai.
     
Dreamland Aqua Park
Dreamland Aqua Park is considered one of the largest water parks.