City Creek Park Dubai
name was derived from the location of the park on the
bank of Dubai Creek. The foundation of the park was due
to the policy of Dubai Municipality to expand the green
land in the city and to provide the residents and tourists
with recreational places enabling them to spend enjoyable
times away from the stress of work.
a green colour, the park creating a splendid harmony with
the blue water of the creek, the clear sky of Dubai and
the greenery of the Creek Club known for its deep-rooted
sails in the sea of history. All these features amalgamate
gradually with the high buildings that distinguish the
palpitating heart of the bustling city center.
Creek Park, occupying more than 96 hectare large, costing
more than 106 million Dirhams, is considered the second
largest park in Dubai following Mushrif Park. Nevertheless,
it is recognized by its modern equipment and is distinctive
due to its strategic location in the heart of the City
and it was opened in 1994.
park includes many unique recreational areas, and has
three helicopter landing pads, a first aid room, a communication
center and water coolers.
A small 18-hole Mini golf course is available in Dubai
Creek Park for the fans of this game, which is attracting
many of Dubai residents. Five shady places for the children's
games have been set, as well as an amphi-theater equipped
to accommodate 1200 people and to host public events and