Kyoto Japanese Park: The Japanese Park, which was opened in 2010 by the Konya Metropolitan Municipality, was constructed to develop fraternal relationships between Konya and Kyoto.
Culture Park: It was constructed on the area where the old courthouse of Konya was located. It has become a resting place in the center of the city.
Akyokuş Park: Akyokuş is the only place where you can see Konya with a bird's eye view. The park welcomes its guests with its unique view.
Kafem: 'Kafem's, which are opened in cooperation with Konya Metropolitan Municipality, liven the social life of the city.
Turkish Stars Park: It was opened in 2015 by Konya Metropolitan Municipality. It is the first park of Turkey that has an aviation concept. It gets credit with the Airplane Cafe in the park.
Around The World in 80 Thousand Park: The park, which was opened in 2014, on April 23rd, National Sovereignty and Children's Day, welcomes hundreds of tourists and locals every day.
The Tropical Butterfly Garden: The park, which has the largest butterfly flight area in Europe, provides shelter to 15 butterfly species and 98 plant species.
The Sille Dam Park: Located on a 1,985,000 square-meter area, the Sille Dam Park is one of Turkey's largest parks and brings people of Konya together with nature and water.
Lake Beyşehir National Park: The Lake Beyşehir, the largest freshwater lake in Turkey, accommodates various ecosystems. It's been a National Park since 1993 and has a surface area of 86,855 hectares.