The Municipality maintains Sharjah Gardens and Parks of which there are over 40 spread around the city, Allowed to enter for free, Except for Al Jazeera Park and Desert Park

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Parks Places

Al Jazeera Fun Park

Built on a 100,000 square metre island in the lagoon nestles Al Jazeera Fun Park (+97165691202), one of Sharjah’s best loved treasures and a tranquil oasis away from the bustle of the city. For almost three decades this Park has entranced generations of youngsters who now bring their own children to experience its magic. A log ride speeding down into a pool with a big splash is a firm favourite along with a swimming pool, mini zoo and an amusement park with rides to suit all ages.

There are cars, boats, and a train that take visitors on a tour around the park allowing for you to plan your outing. With so much to choose from more than one visit is a must. And if you simply want to savour the peace and quiet of nature, take a stroll around the tree-lined walkways overlooking the lagoon or have a relaxing picnic on the well-kept lawns. A range of refreshments and souvenirs are available, and there is a mosque

Sharjah National Park

This is Sharjah's biggest park covering 630,000 square metres and islocated at Intersection No. 5, Sharjah/Al Dhaid Road. This park opens weekday afternoons from 2 pm - 6 pm and all day at the weekends and on public holidays from 10 am - 7 pm.

Green Belt Park

Green Belt Park (for ladies only) lies in the northeast part of the city of Sharjah, close to the Al Thaqafa (Cultural) Roundabout, on 137000 sq. metres . The park also includes water fountains and an open theatre with four main gates.

Al Majaz Park

Al Majaz Park is one of the modern public gardens in the city occupying 11310 square meters, and is located close to the Khaled Lagoon ​​. It has a central area for holding ceremonies in addition to a large mosque in the centre. It lies between Jamal Abdul Nasser Street and the Corniche. It is surrounded by a huge wall with six main gates and eight side doors, and is home to a large number of palm trees and flowers, in addition to many games and entertainment for children. You can also see a ship made of cement and models of old houses, symbolizing the Emirates rich heritage.

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