Preservation Park in Royal Palm Beach, Florida is a 65-acre recreational facility that offers a wide range of activities for families. This 33,000 sq. ft. recreation center comes with a gym that is perfect for people who want to stay active, fit, and healthy.
There isn’t a better way of describing Burns Road Recreation Center than a place where family fun days are built. This 40,000 square foot facility serves as a hub for the city of Palm Beach Gardens recreation. This family friendly venue was built in 1983 and then underwent major expansions and renovations in 2005 to become what it is today. Some of the significant additions included a catering kitchen, a second gymnasium, administrative and aquatic offices, storage as well as locker rooms.
An ideal family outing or trip needs to be a combination of fun, things to do and space which makes the West Jupiter Recreation Center the best. The recreation center rests on 6401 Indiantown road, Jupiter, Florida. The recreation center is open to the community which makes it ideal for quite a number of activities. This is where to find the best of things to do especially for your children in the summer. The park holds a number of events from various organizations other than the park itself.
Scott Rakow Youth Center in Miami Beach is located just south of the Julia Tuttle Causeway and west of Pine Tree Drive on the island. This corner park and facility has all of the bells and whistles your family could ask for at an affordable price. Scott Rakow was a local Miami Beach police officer who died in the line of duty in 1988. This was built in memorium for him as a special place for his community of Miami Beach.
Holiday Park in Fort Lauderdale is an over 90 acres park located just south of Sunrise Blvd and east of Federal Highway. It is a mega park with activities for every age and stage of life. The park hosts everything from team sports to major city-sponsored events and performances. The War Memorial Auditorium and the Jimmy Evert Tennis enter are both located within Holiday Park.
Riverland Park in Fort Lauderdale offers water fun and sports recreation. The park features a water playground or splash park for younger children as well as a lap pool which are open seasonally. Programming includes lessons, water aerobics and open swim. The almost 10 acre park includes a large Recreation Center which may be rented and reserved for a fee. Sports enthusiasts will enjoy the walking/jogging trail, full court basketball and football/soccer field.
Joseph C. Carter Park is located just east of I-95 off the Sunrise Blvd exit on the south side of the road. This 21.6 acre Fort Lauderdale park has so much to offer. It is most popular for its large lighted athletic facilities for football, track, baseball, tennis, and basketball. J.C. Carter Park now has new pickle ball courts and raquetball to enjoy. There is an indoor gymnsasium, annex, social center, and recreation center. Families and groups can rent pavilions located throughout the park.
Secret Woods Nature Center in Dania Beach is a wonderful natural oasis in an urban area. The park and nature center were brought about through the efforts of local citizens wishing to preserve their "Secret Woods" from development. With the help of the Nature Conservancy and Broward County in the 1970s, the first nature center in the county was opened and the almost 57 acres of land were saved.
Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park is located on Windley Key near Islamorada. This land once belonged to the Florida East Coast Railroad and was used to quarry the rock for Flagler's Overseas Railroad back in the early 1900s. Today, visitors to the park can take short self-guided walks through 5 different interpretive trails. Learn about the ancient coral reef (known as Key Largo Limestone) that was quarried or about the beautiful natural diversity of this area. Walk along the 8 foot tall edges of the quarry and see the fossils up close in the cut sections.
Big Pine Key Community Park is a Monroe county park located on Big Pine Key north of the Overseas Highway on the water. The park sits on the eastern shore of Big Pine Key near the Spanish Harbor. This beautifully maintained park has recreation for everyone from a skate park to shuffleboard courts! This park was truly designed for optimal use and with families in mind. The playground is completely fenced with benches around the perimeter for supervising adults to relax.