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green point park

The Green Point Park opened its gates in Jan­u­ary 2011 and it is already an extremely pop­u­lar venue.

The ever pop­u­lar sun-​kissed beaches aren’t the only pub­lic places in Cape Town to enjoy a relaxed after­noon at, as our pretty city has a plethora of parks to choose from to spend some out­door time at.

Here you can walk your dog, meet your friends for a pic­nic, or enjoy a laid back day with your kids, as this is a great treat for most of the children.

If you want to pic­nic, you will not be dis­ap­pointed, as there is more than enough space in this beau­ti­ful green area. You can relax, stretch out with a news­pa­per and let the kids play to there hearts con­tent in this won­der world.
The facil­ity includes a selec­tion of play parks, a fit­ness park, ponds and rock­eries. The green area is huge, (10.5 hectare) and young trees have been planted in abun­dance. When these are fully grown they will pro­vide ample shade in the warm sum­mer months.

The park also boasts with a wide vari­ety of flora, with wire and steel art works placed very artis­ti­cally placed between the shrubs and flow­ers. Adding to this near per­fect pic­ture, is Lions Head and Sig­nal Hill in the back­drop.

The Park is in immac­u­late con­di­tion, with secu­rity guards every­where to secure your safety and to keep peo­ple from get­ting up to mischief.

I hope that, we the vis­i­tors, and the City of Cape Town can keep the Park as pretty and clean as it is, as this is truly a gem avail­able to the pub­lic free of charge.

I can highly rec­om­mend the Green Point Park for hav­ing a pic­nic at, or to relax at for the day. So, come on sur­prise your­self and the kids, as you won’t be disappointed.


Green Point Park, Green Point
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Tel no 021 400 9538 G.P.S.

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Tips and things to do

These tips will prob­a­bly apply to many pic­nic sites, but this is what we thought should not be for­got­ten.

Pic­nics are per­mit­ted
Swim­ming, skate­board­ing, fires, braais, camp­ing, loud music, flower pick­ing and alco­hol are not per­mit­ted
Dogs are wel­come in the park, pro­vided that they are on a lead and own­ers pick up and dis­pose of their excre­ment. Dogs are not allowed in the bio­di­ver­sity garden

Park­ing is avail­able near the entrances on the cor­ner of Beach/​Vlei Roads; on Bill Peters Drive (near the entrance to the Vir­gin Active gym); and on Bay Road (near the Mouille Point light­house). There are also numer­ous pedes­trian links to sur­round­ing areas

The park has an out­door gym and play park

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