Race Course of Rajkot


The Race Course of Rajkot stretches magnificently in the heart of the city. A pride of this city of Gujarat, the premises enclose several Rajkot tourist attractions, all in one place.
The Rajkot race course area comprises of huge grounds with large open spaces. The place houses an indoor stadium of Olympic standard, a cricket ground to host international matches and grounds for football, hockey as well as volleyball.

The Race Course in Rajkot is a famous haunt for the children for it includes several of their favorites in the city like Baal Bhavan, the Fun World and the Children Traffic Park. An well equipped gym with qualified trainers attract many health conscious people. The race course also has a swimming pool of its own.

The Race Course ground is made more attractive with well maintained gardens. There are several walking trails that keep the place flocked by people. As the evening sets in with the sundown, the whole of the race course is illuminated with decorative spot lightings. There are seating arrangements all over the inner boundary of the ground and this allows the old and young alike to relax in the midst of a beautiful surrounding.

Due to the all encompassing richness of the Rajkot Race course grounds, it is frequented by the tourists and the visitors to the city. It is also a famous place of attraction in Rajkot for the local people. The convenient location of the ground is easily accessible from any part of the Rajkot city by buses and taxis.



Last Updated on 06/06/2013




     


     

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