Vanasthalipuram: A part of the Gurramguda Reserve Forest (RF) has been developed as an urban forest park with select adventure sports, children play area, cycling track, pathways, platforms, public conveniences, Raashi Vanam, Nakshatra Vanam, Miyawaki demonstration plantation and a watchtower. It was inaugurated by Chief Secretary S K Joshi here on Tuesday. Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us Soon after inauguration, the Chief Secretary along with others took a bicycle ride along the newly laid track. A sapling was also planted on the occasion. The Gurramguda Reserve Forest (RF) is located 22 km from the city, on Hyderabad-Nagarjuna Sagar Road. Administratively, it falls in Ibrahimpatnam section and range. Spread over 465 acres, the Gurramguda forest block was declared a reserve forest under section 4 of AP Forest Act 1967. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us The roads passing through the Gurramguda RF Block have been divided into three bits; Sahebnagar Depot (13 ha), Gurramguda Bit-I (60 ha), and Gurramguda Bit-II (115.18 ha). Out of these, the Sahebnagar Depot bit has already been developed as Sanjeevani Vanam and was opened to public in 2015. The Arogya Sanjeevani Park that was opened to public on Tuesday would also have a plantation with different kinds of trees in 30 ha area.