Ga direct naar inhoud

Parken en natuur in Johannesburg

Mooiste parken

Sport en atletiek
“A brilliant place to run, walk, take photos and enjoy the greenery that Johannesburg has to offer.”
  • Door 60 locals aangeraden
Park
“A good place to visit if not enough time to get to the Walter Susulu gardens in Roodepoort. ”
  • Door 39 locals aangeraden
Other Great Outdoors
“A short stroll to the North of Melville and you are at this reserve with panoramic views of Jozi. We recommend walking in groups, and we are always up for this adventure. ”
  • Door 16 locals aangeraden
Park
“Free Park with weekend markets. Great for walks, picnics and workout sessions. 2mins walk from my accommodation. ”
  • Door 16 locals aangeraden
Park
“A 36-hectare park that used to be a bird sanctuary. Great for walking and getting outdoors - it has a lake, city views & a large, grassy field for sports & dogs. There is also a playground for kids.”
  • Door 11 locals aangeraden
Bistro
“Best place for kids. Restaurant with great food, coffee, cake. Petit play park for kids, and lots of fun. Security at this restaurant as well as helpers helping kids to play etc. Really great place for kids - MUST visit. ”
  • Door 15 locals aangeraden
Park
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden

Speeltuinen

Bistro
“Best place for kids. Restaurant with great food, coffee, cake. Petit play park for kids, and lots of fun. Security at this restaurant as well as helpers helping kids to play etc. Really great place for kids - MUST visit. ”
  • Door 15 locals aangeraden
Playground
“A small park just 2 blocks from us. It has an outdoor gym and childrens' play equipment”
  • Door 2 locals aangeraden

Stranden

Wandelpaden

Wandelpad
“Lcoated 8,3km from Seder Oaks is one of the best views of Jo'burg. Entrance is free and gates are open between sunrise and sunset. Parking is available, but can get busy. Through the gate is a newly paved footpath to the top of a small hill, from the top, you can see Joburg CBD, Sandton, Fourways, TicketPro Dome, Mall of Africa Midrand, Cresta Mall, FNB Stadium to the South and the Magalies Mountain Range to the North West. Bring a camera.”
  • Door 3 locals aangeraden
Wandelpad
“Walk Cycle Horse. The Trail extends for 36 km from the top of the botanical gardens towards Hartebeespoort Dam ”
  • Door 1 locals aangeraden
0