List of Beautiful Parks in Peshawar

Parks in Peshawar

Peshawar, the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, is the oldest city dating back to the history of Pakistan. As it is one of the oldest of South Asia. For the last few years, Peshawar has increased its popularity in the tourism industry. Therefore, many domestic and international tourists visit the historical and most beautiful places in Peshawar to explore the beauty of nature with a touch of history. The primary feature that makes Peshawar unique is the diversity of the culture, which can be seen in a lot of historical places, bazaars, famous restaurants and parks in Peshawar. It is also known as the city of flowers. We can say Peshawar is a city that wears a gown of traditions and culture with pride. So whenever you plan to visit this historical city of Pakistan, we suggest you visit the picnic spots in Peshawar. It’s not easy to choose a specific park to tour because Peshawar is not that tiny city.  It is the sixth biggest city of Pakistan, spread in a total area of 215 km² with approximately 2,203,000 population. We are here to help you out. We have gathered a comprehensive list of top picnic spots in Peshawar.

So before a further delay, let’s start!

List of Parks in Peshawar:

Park Name Location Type Distance from 091 Mall
1. Shahi Bagh Shahi Bagh Road, Faqirabad, Peshawar Public recreational park 16 min (7.1 km)
2. Wazir Bagh Wazir Bagh, Peshawar, KP Public recreational park 27 min (10.8 km)
3. Khalid Bin Waleed Bagh Mall Rd, Peshawar Cantonment, Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Public recreational park 13 min (4.7 km)
4. Tatara Park Hayatabad, Phase 1, Peshawar Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Public recreational park 20 min (9.9 km)
5. Jinnah Park, Peshawar Grand Trunk Rd, Peshawar Golf Club Public recreational park 16 min (6.3 km)

1. Shahi Bagh

Shahi bagh

Shahi Bagh is one of the largest Mughal-era parks in Peshawar. It covers a total area of 100 acres. It is located near Faqirabad, Peshawar. Shahi Bagh is also known as the royal park. The most appealing thing is it was developed during the time of the Mughals. Later on, it was controlled by the Durrani Empires. Therefore, it holds exceptional recreational and authentic worth among the people of the city. The park has become a focus point for literary gatherings, political conflicts, and different sorts of social activities. It has several green trees and various types of flowers that engage the visitors to join and joy. Anyone can visit it at any time as it is a public recreational park, so it’s accessible for everyone. It also contains a fountain and the Quaid-e-Azam memorial, which plays a significant role in expanding the value of this one of the beautiful places in Peshawar. Over the years, because of the negligence by many governments, the park lost its beauty. But showing a good sign in 2012, the Chief Justice of the Peshawar High Court has taken serious notice of the deteriorated condition of the park and has ordered to assassinate the illegally constructed buildings and houses and renovate the garden to its traditional appearance.

2. Wazir Bagh

Wazir Bagh, founded in 1810, is an exceptionally precious creation of the times of the Durrani Empires. It was built on orders of Durrani Prince – Shah Mahmood Durrani. After the overthrow of his empire, Sardar Fateh Mohammad Khan completed the remaining development of this one of the stunning Peshawar famous places. The most attractive points of this garden are its four enclosures, a mosque, a large lawn, football field, swimming pool, and a pavilion which give it an absolutely astonishing and majestic scenic view all over the city. It actually holds historical and traditional value for the people of Peshawar. The ancient design of the park makes it one of the best places to visit in Peshawar. In the old times of its era, the garden was packed with apricots, peaches, pomegranates, pears, and colorful flowers, but now as time flies, gone are the days, and it lost its value. But not to worry, in 2020, the KPK government started renovating Wazir Bagh and gave 100 million following the Peshawar renewal policy.

3. Khalid Bin Waleed Bagh

Khalid Bin Waleed Bagh

If we talk about the best family parks in Peshawar, Khalid bin Waleed Bagh is top of the list. It is also known as a company bagh by the locals of the city. It was built in 1775 to honor Ali Mardan Khan – a Mughal empire’s architect. He is also an architect of Shalimar Bagh in Lahore. The design of company bagh is developed in Mughal style with a touch of greenery. At an elevation of 358 meters, it holds the value for being one of the best places to visit in Peshawar. Here you will find peace, solace, and tranquility. The park gives an extraordinary picturesque view of having such old big trees and a variety of roses. Whenever you plan to visit Peshawar with your family and friends, we suggest visiting this magnificent park at once.

4. Tatara Park

Tatara Park

Next on our list is Tatara Park, also known as bagh-e-Tatara. The majority of people came to relax and enjoy the fresh air among stunning green trees with a sunset view. The shocking thing about it is the development includes a small garden with man-made lakes which was converted into a theme park. It is the best park for jogging and exercising. As well as to amuse yourself or kids, there is also a huge variety of rides. The reason for being such an attractive domestic and tourist place to visit is the lawn with a lake that creates a magnificent freshness. The variety of well-equipped swings, rides, and tracks will definitely amaze you. Talking about security, then there is no compromise in it. The park has strong security with guards.

5. Jinnah Park, Peshawar

Jinnah Park, Peshawar

Last on our list is Jinnah Park. It is located on Grand trunk road opposite Balahisar Fort in Peshawar. The old name of the park was Cunningham Park by the locals of the city. In 2011, the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa created a digital fountain that was shipped from Spain, France, Japan, and Germany. The things that make it more valuable are the number of lights in the fountain and the highest national flag. Big green trees and several varieties of flowers are the reasons for the popularity of this one of the best parks in Peshawar to visit. Jinnah Park is just 6.3 km away from 091 Mall Peshawar, which has become an attraction point of the city of flowers Peshawar.

So, these were the top five picnic spots in Peshawar that are playing an extensive role in promoting tourism and sustaining the beauty of Peshawar. You can also read our blog about the best places to visit in Peshawar.

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