The largest park in Kazakhstan, which is the former Central Park of Culture and Recreation, is named after the 30th anniversary of the Komsomol.
The history of the Central Park of Karaganda dates back to 1935, when they began to build a reservoir and improve the territory around it, creating green areas, and equipping the shore. In 1946, the park was officially opened to the public.
In Central Park, you can go on rides, walk along alleys, engage in active sports, walk or jog along the shores of the lake, which is located in the center of the park. One of the most popular attractions in the Central Park of Karaganda is everyone’s favorite rides, which both children and adults can enjoy.