Mussoorie Lake


Famous among family and couples for a perfect picnic spot near Mussoorie, a newly developed Mussoorie Lake is a newly developed tourist spot by City Board. Located at just 6 km before Mussoorie in Dehradun-Mussoorie Rd, Mussoorie Lake is perfect place for a day out picnic with boating as well.

Mussoorie Lake - Picnic & Boating


A latest addition to the attractions on the Mussoorie Dehradun Road, Mussoorie Lake offers a perfect location and facilities for a family and couples picnic spot. Tourists also like to enjoy pedaled boating with scenic views of the Doon valley.

The Mussoorie Lake is a relatively recent tourist attraction that has been developed by the Dehradun Development Authority. Located about 6 kilometres before Mussoorie on the drive up from Dehradun, it’s a good place to make a pit stop on your way to the hill station. Enjoy boating in one of the paddle boats, grab a quick bite at one of the small restaurants around it, and take in beautiful views of the valley below.

Mussoorie Lake is a great place to release some stress and clam yourself. As wonderful as the other places in Mussoorie, this lake provides you the calmness that you need away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Visiting this place will give you a sense of pleasure that will help you free yourself from the tensions of the monotonous life. Make sure you visit this place to have a complete experience of the trip to Mussoorie.

Mussoorie Lake is located at a distance of only 6 kms from Mussoorie city on Mussoorie-Dehradun road. Numbers of tourists with national as well as international background prefer to visit this place when it comes to find out the best beauty of Mussoorie. This lake is recently developed by the City Board but assume as the best picnic spot in Mussoorie. If you are nature-lovers and want to spend your beautiful time in nature’s lap, then this place is must to visit.

Acknowledged as the best picnic spot near Mussoorie, Mussoorie Lake is dedicated to provide you ultimate boating experience under the scenic beauty of famous Doon Valley. If you talk about the best time to visit Mussoorie Lake then we recommend you to visit it in the rainy season. During rainy season the place looks more beautiful than ever. Few shops are also available nearby Mussoorie in order to get relaxed.

Developed recently by the City Board, this picturesque lake is now a favourite picnic spot in Mussoorie. Located on the Mussoorie-Dehradun road, the lake allows you to enjoy some quiet moments of relaxation in nature's lap. Mesmerize yourself with some stunning views of the famous Doon Valley and adjoining landscape while you enjoy the serene experience of boating here. Vibrant, gushing and completely splendid during the monsoons, Mussoorie Lake could be visited in rainy seasons as it looks even more beautiful during that time. The road leading to the lake is a quiet and serene drive with refreshing greenery and craggy hills passing you by. Pack in a hearty lunch, a book or two and you are in for a lovely day.


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