Cole Park, Tezpur is a very picturesque park near the centre of Tezpur. It has recently been renamed as Chitralekha Udyan although both names are synonymous. It has had a long tradition of hosting painting/drawing competitions for the nearby schools due the various features it possesses.The famous Bhomoraguri inscription which recorded the ancient plans to build a bridge across the Brahmaputra where the current Kolia Bhomora Setu exists has been transported to this park for public viewing.There is a water feature in the form of a lake where small rowing and paddle boats are allowed.
A very picturesque city park located in the heart of Tezpur Town, Cole Park has been recently renamed as the Chitralekha Udyan. This dream project of Mr. Cole, a former British Deputy Commissioner of Assam, Cole Park features some of the finest specimens of sculptural remains of the 9th century. Housing two massive stone pillars and remains of an ancient palace, this city park also showcases a water-body in form of a lake where small rowing and paddle boats are allowed.