Mayuri Park in Mahbubnagar to get adult recreation facilities
With thousands of visitor flocking the Mayuri Green Eco Tourism Park in Mahbubnagar district every day, the park management is facing a challenge of protecting the play equipment installed for the children as the adults are using them and damaging the same.
Mahbubnagar: With thousands of visitor flocking the Mayuri Green Eco Tourism Park in Mahbubnagar district every day, the park management is facing a challenge of protecting the play equipment installed for the children as the adults are using them and damaging the same.
To overcome this challenge, the district administration in coordination with the Forest Department conducted a review meeting on Tuesday and decided to construct a new play zone for the adults at the Mayuri Park.
As part of this, District Collector Ronal Rose along with local MLA Srinivas Goud inspected the park and suggested to the management that a special adult play zone in the Adventure zone be constructed.
“As the adults are using the children’s play items and damaging them we have decided to build a specialised play zone in the Adventure zone for the adults. As part of this, the officials at the Mayuri have been directed to install adult play equipment for their recreation,” said the Collector.
As the Mayuri Park is facing acute shortage of water, MLA Srinivas Goud said that under Mission Bhageeratha, Mayuri Park will get adequate water facilities. “Under mission Bhageeratha project we are planning to supply water to Mayuri Park that would suffice its needs for the next 20 years.
For which we have directed the concern officials to prepare a comprehensive action plan. At every 100 meters we will install a drinking water tap. A overhead tank will be built on the top of the hill. For providing boating facilities a special check dam is also planned in the park,” said Srinivas Goud.
The officials have also decided to open an archery and shooting training camps in the Mayuri Park where the students from Chenchu will be given free training and at the same time will be provided employment in the training academy that is expected to come up in the Mayuri Park.
While speaking at the meeting, the Collector stressed the need for immediate construction of toilets at Mayuri Park. He also directed the officials to construct a primary healthcare centre for treating the visitors in the event of emergencies.
For those who want to spend night in the Mayuri park, the officials have also proposed to construct a guest house. In addition to this a meeting hall, conference hall and other facilities have also been proposed to be constructed in the Mayuri Park.