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Dubai's Winter Fun

Updated: Oct 14, 2022

October already! In other words, Dubai's park season is back. The sheer number of parks and green areas in Dubai, both for visitors and locals, often surprises them. Most are extremely family-friendly, cost little or nothing, and welcome dogs in many circumstances. Without compiling the top parks to look forward to this year, we could not have begun the winter, which is also known as Dubai's best season. Here is a list of all Dubai parks and outdoor areas, together with information on admission costs and any other amenities you can find there for families.



The breathtaking new natural area in Dubai has evolved from a hidden gem to a community favorite. renowned for its cozy atmosphere and adventurous playground. Children can play in the water, climb, ride on big swings to pirate ships, and even explore the vegetable garden while in the lush setting of the opulent Al Barari estate. Parents love the Hideout lounge because it allows them to relax with a drink while their children play. Then, ice cream, hamburgers, and shawarma are available if you wish to get a snack. This upscale natural amusement park requires reservations, especially on weekends.

Paid weekdays: 25 AED for two hours; paid weekends: 35 AED (kids under 90cm free)

Services: a playground, a café, and restrooms

10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday (closed Mondays)



The distinctive blue and white striped water tower stands out in this park and is conveniently located across from Dubai's City Walk. For toddlers and older children, there are two shady play areas with swings, slides, and climbing structures. Check out the little little children's library, which is a good place to bring your own picnic.

Free admission

Bathrooms, shady seating, and play areas are provided.


Sunday through Wednesday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Thursday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.



This sprawling park is found on the Palm Jumeirah and develops beneath a 3.2 kilometre stretch of the Palm Monorail. The park's path is dotted with playgrounds and water features, sporting goods shops, cafes, and boutiques, making it a great place to take strollers and scooters. This one is sometimes referred to as Palm Jumeirah Park.

Free admission

Along the route, there are restrooms, stores, and restaurants.

Period: 24 hours

Friday and Thursday



Jumeirah 1 is a modest suburban hidden gem located right off Wasl Road. The playground is slightly shaded, but there is enough room to let the youngsters out on their bikes and scooters.

Free admission

Facilities: restrooms

Hours: 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.



This 52-acre park is attractively landscaped and centered around a sizable artificial pond. Rentable pedal or solar-powered boats, as well as bicycles, e-scooters, and go-karts, are available for use on the park's waterways. There are two park areas, suitable for toddlers and your older children, as well as a running track, a ton of grassy areas for picnicking, and two park areas.

Free admission

Services: Restrooms and a kiosk for the Park House Café

Times: daily from 6:00 am until 11:00 night



bringing some green to the Business Bay Area's otherwise concrete wasteland. Two outdoor gyms, a skatepark, a trampoline area, and standard playground equipment are all present in Bay Avenue Park, most of it in the shade. In many grassy areas, a picnic mat can be set up. For a quick bite, a Spinneys store close is perfect. A farmers market and yoga are frequently held in the park.

Free admission

Services: restrooms, a skate park

Hours: 24 hours




Watch dinosaurs come to life at a seasonal event held in Zabeel Area during the winter. At night, the park is illuminated by vibrant neon signs. Certainly pleasant for a special joy and one of the best park adventures tourists can think about, but more expensive than most of the parks. Because the dinosaurs are so lifelike, keep an eye out for kids who might be alarmed.

65 AED (children under 3 are free)

toilets, an eating area

Hours: From Saturday through Thursday, 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday, 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.



One of the city's expansive outdoor parks, with a variety of additional amenities and entertainment to enjoy, is situated on the western side of Dubai Creek. It contains a large botanical garden, mini-golf, and a go-kart track and is a well-known location for picnics and barbecues. Additionally, there are numerous playgrounds scattered around.

Access: 5 AED (under 2 free)

Facilities: picnics, restrooms, and barbecues

Hours: Sunday through Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. from Thursday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.



Another of Dubai's recently renovated parks is soon to come. In the city's Jumeirah neighborhood, the seashore is surrounded by immaculately kept gardens. There are nice places to stop for a picnic, grilling stations, and playgrounds for kids.

5 AED or 20 AED per car for entry

Facilities: restrooms, grills, food stands,

Hours: Sunday through Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. From Thursday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays are reserved for women only.



One of Dubai's most spectacular new neighborhood parks is located inside Dubai Hills Estate and is a modern, multi-use park. It adds a welcome splash of green to the wide suburbs with its 1800 trees. In addition, there are numerous playgrounds and sports facilities for people of all ages.

Free admission

Services: Ice rink, dog park, skate park, sports courts, playgrounds, and restrooms

Hours: 24 hours



Just outside the city is the largest flower garden in the world in terms of the total number of blossoms. Follow a magical network of passageways through floral and topiary creations, enormous cartoon characters, creatures, and famous locations transformed into floral displays. The park's focal point is a distinctive floral A380 Emirates plane. There are many restaurants, beautiful swings, play spaces, and resting swings in the garden. Enjoy some priceless family portraits, but try to arrive early to avoid the crowds.

Entry fee: 55 AED, children under 3 free.

Facilities: restrooms and dining

Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. from October to April



Between clusters O and P, there is a lovely little area of green space that belongs to the Jumeirah Lake Towers neighborhood. Three playground areas with shaded areas for children of different ages, a zip line, and a huge spider web climbing stand are all present. Several grassy spaces to enjoy. In addition to a jam-packed entertainment schedule in the cooler months, you can discover food, music, and open-air movies.

Free admission

Services: Restrooms and restaurants

Hours: 24 hours



Have a dog? Then you should visit this park, which is located in Cluster H. Residents of Jumeirah Lake Towers have a secure location to take their dogs for some off-leash fun and exercise: the J.L.T. Dog park. There are benches, open green spaces, and a sandpit in the park.

Free admission

Facilities: places with shade

Hours: 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. (closed for cleaning from 3.00 pm to 4.00 pm)



The following is one of Dubai's most magnificent parks. This stunning location may be found in Dubai, far out in the desert. The wonderful walking and running path that circles the artificial Love Lakes in Al Qudra, Al Marmoom Desert Conservation Reserve, will make the exhausting travel worthwhile. Bring a picnic or utilize one of the approved barbecue areas. Enjoy the peace and quiet of this eco-destination while taking pictures of the park's many Instagram-worthy attractions.

Free admission

Facilities: B.B.Q. areas and restrooms (car park only).

Time: Always available



This picturesque park and shoreline are situated on the Deira side of Dubai Creek. In addition to swimming and water activities, a sizable green park is nearby with everything from playgrounds for children to picnic spots and jogging pathways. Small chalets can be rented out daily, and lifeguards are in charge of changing the amenities.

Entry is 5 AED for one person or 30 AED for a car (swimming pool is 10 AED for adults and 5 AED for children).

Facilities include rental chalets, a swimming pool, sports fields, grilling areas, restaurants, and restrooms.

Hours: Sunday through Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. From Thursday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays are reserved for women only.


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Keep checking All About Properties for more details on the city's most alluring locations.

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