Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, spreads over 72 hectares, close to the historical Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. The park carries ecologically restored desolate tract and arid land flora. The park became created in 2006 to try to repair the natural ecology of a large, rocky area adjoining and underneath the fort. It was opened to the public in February 2011. The place in and across the park consists of specific volcanic rock and sandstone formations. The park includes a Visitors Centre with Interpretation Gallery, a native plant nursery, small store and cafe.
There are four trails yellow, green, purple, and blue trails, approximately 880 m to 1115 m lengthy, that visitors can take and educated courses and naturalists also are available. The visitors centre is housed in Singhoria Pol, a 17th century gateway into Jodpur metropolis, which had fallen into ruins and disrepair. The park has around 250 species of local flowers, such as a large quantity of arid location lithophytes.
The gateway was restored and the Visitors Centre, finished in February 2011, has an Interpretation Gallery about the desolate tract, plants, and records, incorporated into the passages and rooms over and across the gate. The historical city wall that had crumbled in places became also restored, which assisted in protecting the vicinity from grazing farm animals during ecological recovery.