Howard Park Community Center in West Palm Beach is located off Parker Avenue. It has the CityPaws Dog Park, 2 playground, swings, a tennis center and sports fields. The Community Center and pavillions may be rented for private events. Classes and other programming are offered at the community center. The Tennis center is located adjacent to the Palm Beach County Convention Center off Okeechobee Blvd and Parker. Just to the south is the community center, dog park, and the sports field.
Gaines Park located in West Palm Beach off N. Australian Avenue consists of a community center, sports fields, aquatic center, outdoor stage, tennis center and the Adventure Island playground. Gaines Park was named after West Palm Beach's first African American Recreation Department and is the city's largest regional park at 56+ acres. The community center and the pavillions may be rented for private events and parties. The park is open daily except Sundays. The hours of the aquatic center and tennis center need to be confirmed before visiting.
Patch Reef Park is a beautiful park located in central Boca Raton. This park consists of fifty-five (55) acres of passive and active recreation facilities. Patch Reef has a comprehensive tennis center, community center, softball and baseball fields, soccer/football fields and lighted basketball courts. Surrounding the wonderfully renovated children's playground is a fitness trail.
Veteran's Park in east Delray Beach is located adjacent to the Intracoastal drawbridge on Atlantic Avenue. Parking is located to the north and to the west of the park. Come to play at the large wooden playgrounds or sit waterside and watch the boats go by. The drawbirdge is always a favorite with the kids. A large pavillion sits on an open green area perfect for running and cavorting. Events are held in the pavillion and on the grounds throughout the year. The onsite Recreation Center can be rented and offers classes year round for all ages.
The 505 Teen Center and Hobbit Skate Park in Delray Beach was originally built in the 1950s to house the Women's Club (which still meets at the facility). It is now a wonderful place for Teens and Tweens to get together and have fun. Aside from the fun skate park, there is a recreation center that has foosball, table tennis, billiards, a recording studio, and much more.
This park is just south of the city of Boynton Beach's Intracoastal Park right off Federal Highway. It was recently renamed and was known as the Boat Club Park. Oyer Park is open to boaters and fishermen 24 hours per day. Parking Fees: A trailer/launching fee is required on weekends and city designated holidays is $10 each day, regardless of residency. Decal Fees: The general public can purchase a decal per trailer for $50 per year per decal. Decals are valid Oct. 1 – Sept. 30 (per Code of Ordinances Sec. 16-61).
Serving the east Boynton Beach community, The Ezell Hester Jr Community Park has a bright fun playground, basketball courts, tennis, raquetball, nature trail, football, cricket, baseball, a recreation center with programming, gazebo, pavilions, and much more. Right on Seacrest Blvd you can't miss the park.
Pompey Park is named after long-time Delray Beach resident C. Spencer Pompey and covers 17.5 acres of land.
Developed by the Greater Boca Raton Beach & Park District and operated by the City of Boca Raton, this 132-acre park continues its commitment to enhance the role of recreation and culture for residents and visitors alike. This park has a splash area inside of it's ENORMOUS wooden playground. You can literally get lost in all the nooks and crannies so please keep a close eye on the children. There are outdoor bathrooms close to the playground and carousel in the large pavilion.