Recreation is an area of urban activity, not an easily defined homogenous entity. It rather consists of a diversity of activities undertaken at a wide range of locations. Recreation is a very necessary and an inseparable part of a society. A city may be blessed with large number of industries, residential neighborhoods, business-establishments, shopping facilities, and so on. But it falls short of its highest possibilities if it does not have those qualities of living that represent a more fruitful and happy life for its people. Recreation is one of those qualities of a city that make living happier. As said by Lehman, “there is nothing in the city plan that may contribute more vitally to this richer life of the people than appropriate provision for recreation” (Lehman, 1931).