There are many parks in Punjab where people go in the evening or on the weekend to enjoy and whenever it rains people go to parks on a picnic with families.

Here is a list of some Famous Parks in Punjab
  • Jallo Park

Jallo Park (sometimes called Jallo Wildlife Park), established in 1978, is a public recreation and wildlife site located in Lahore District, Punjab, Pakistan. Spread over an area of 461 acres (187 ha), it is one of the three main wildlife parks located in Lahore, the other two being Changa Manga and Lahore Zoo Safari. The park is 7 kilometers (4.3 mi)east of Lahore city. It is currently funded by the Punjab Wildlife and Parks Department of the Government of Punjab.

  • Changa Manga Park

The Changa Manga is a small town adjacent to a planted forest which includes a wildlife preserve, in the Kasur and Lahore districts of Punjab, Pakistan. It is located approximately 80 kilometers southwest of Lahore. It was once the largest man-made forest in the world but has undergone uncontrollable deforestation at a massive scale in recent times. Changa Manga is known more widely as “one of the oldest hand-planted forests in the world”, and hosts a wide variety of flora and fauna. The Changa Manga forest was originally planted in 1866 by British foresters.

  • Ayub National Park

Ayub National Park, commonly known as Ayub Park or historically Topi Rakh Park (Rakh lit. reserve in Potwari), named after the Pakistani president and General Ayub Khan, is a national park located on Jhelum Road not far away from the old presidency in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. The park was established before the creation of Pakistan and covers an area of 2,300 acres.

  • Lal Suhanra National park

Lal Sohanra is a national park of Pakistan situated in the Bahawalpur district of Punjab province, which is one of the largest national parks in South Asia. Lal Sohanra is spread over 153000 acres and is notable for the diversity of its landscape, which includes areas of desert, forest, and water. The park itself is situated some 35 kilometers east of Bahawalpur and presents a synthesis of forest and desert life.

  • Chinji National Park

Chinji National Park (shortened as Chinji), established in 1987, is a protected area of IUCN category II (national park) located in Talagang Tehsil, Chakwal District, Punjab, Pakistan. It covers a total area of 6,095 hectares (15,061 acres). Chinji National Park is located close to the Salt Range, about 130 km from Islamabad in the south.

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