Baladna Park has reopened and there’s a paintball arena

Rope courses, zip lines, pottery, cow chariots and much more

Baladna Park has reopened and there’s a paintball arena
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Baladna Park has just reopened and we can’t wait to try all the fun, new adventure activities.

If you haven’t heard of Baladna Park, it’s a mini escape from city life with lush landscapes and lots of beautiful nature in the middle of a desert.

The Extreme Zone is still around – you’ll find Qatar’s only rope course, zip line and outdoor wall climbing for adults.

An outdoor paintball arena is one of the newest additions to the park. Themed missions are available to different age groups and levels.

Children and adults can practice archery and master the use of bows and arrows with child-proof and secure equipment.

Try the bumper boats in the man-made pond or head over to the animal park featuring zebras (yes, really), llamas, ponies, baboons, rabbits, retiles and plenty more.

If you’re with a group of people, try the multi-seat biking through beautiful green lawns. Pass by the green house where adults and children can learn how to plant and grow different seeds.

There’s a pottery area for some hands-on creativity.

Children will love the cow chariots (cow-shaped train) and the adventure land filled with wooden play structures and mini obstacle courses.

You can walk around the entire park and stop at different locations, trying fun things like exploring the greenhouse, trying the adventure activities, playing with the animals or just relaxing at the beautiful majlis area.

We'll be shooting at the paintball arena.
QR65 (adults), QR95 (children under 16). Open Sun-Thu 10am-7pm, Fri noon-8pm, Sat 10am-8pm. Baladna Park Shamaal Road, Umm Al Hawaya, Exit 44 (4424 6000).

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