It is the park with a vast stretch of green land where the people can find the tranquility. It is one of the best parks in Jamshedpur. The park has been designed around a central axis running from the founder's statue at it's highest point through the Mughal Garden (Gardens in Mughal Architecture) the Foliage group and the Rose garden to the little island in the center of the Jubilee Lake. In Jubilee Park, there are two children parks where the children can enjoy merry go round and see-saw. The park is provided with swings and equipment for play and exercise. There is children's 80-ft square maze made of a low hedge.
In Jubilee Park, there is a lake called Jubilee Lake. The Lake has an area of 40 acres that has been dredged and deepened for boating and performing an island in the center of the lake. There is a boathouse and a cafeteria for slight refreshment who has come for the days out. Just besides the Jubilee park there lays the Zoological Park, which has been established by TATA Group of Companies established by J.R.D Tata. The Zoological Park is known as Tata Steel Zoological Society. The park has a beautiful lake, which has the provision for boating. The migratory birds fly in during the winter.
Just near the Jubilee Park, there is a circular lake known as the Bagkudar Lake. The lake lies in the vicinity of the court buildings at Jamshedpur was a beauty spot. In 1937, a beginning was made to develop a central park under the guidance of Mr. S. Percy Lancaster during the rule of British Government in India. The project was resumed in August 1955 with the Company's Jubilee in mind and its layout entrusted to Mr. G H Krumbiegel, and Mr. B. S. Nirody who had to their credit of the beautification of the famous parks of Mysore State and the Mughal Gardens of Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi.