With sport equipment and a vast green lush area, the under-construction 5/6 Park will provide more space for residents to spend leisure time and engage in exercise.
The park includes shaded areas for families to relax, play areas for children with games for different ages, areas designated for celebrations, and spaces to display various forms of artwork, in addition to areas specified for fitness equipment.

There are also exercise areas, pedestrian paths of approximately 1.4km, jogging paths of 1.4km, and a cycle path of 1.1km, in addition to bicycle parking slots.
Stone and sand paths have been set up for pedestrians inside the park, a first for public parks.
This helps visitors enjoy a healthy barefoot walking experience on several types of natural floors.
Project design manager of the Supervisory Committee of Beautification of Roads and Public Places, engineer Hessa Khamis al-Kaabi, noted that the park contains open green areas of nearly 122,000sq m.
It also includes lots of small shrubs and tree fences.
About 10% of the trees planted in the park are of Qatari origin.
*Ziziphus Spina Christi, *Acacia Tortilis, and *Acacia Arabica provide a cool shaded atmosphere.
These are evergreen trees with a height of more than 10m, grow very well in Qatar, and can withstand high temperature and drought.
The species were chosen in consideration of the nature of the Qatari environment and their minimal water requirement.
Other trees in the park are *Cassia Nodosa, *Delonix Regia, *Tabebuia Argentea, and *Cassia Gluca.
The beautiful shade trees with a height of 10m are also drought-resistant.
Other shade trees in 5/6 Park include the evergreen *Bucida Buceras, *Millingtonia, and *ficus benghalensis, ranging in height between 6m-to 10m, and are considered to be among the best shade trees in public parks.
*Ficus religiosa, another tree species in the park, reaches up to 30m.
The park features decorative trees planted alone or in groups, or as backgrounds behind young shrubs and flowers, such as *Cassia Javancia and *Bauhinia Purpurea.
It is worth noting that 65% of the total materials, used for the park, are Qatari products.
These include curbstone tiles, asphalt and lightings, in addition to planting materials of trees, grass, different plants and sweet soils, and locally-made rubber floors as a recycled rubber layer for the jogging tracks.