Lindsay Ewing Park is a beautiful multipurpose park which lies on 3-acres of land in Royal Palm Beach. If you are a visitor or just a local who has no idea where its located, you can head south on Royal Palm Beach from Okeechobee Blvd and turn left on Sparrow Dr.
Central Broward Regional Park was built in response to the need for more recreational opportunities in Central Broward. This 110-acre facility was built to serve 7 central Broward cities: Lauderhill, Fort Lauderdale, Lauderdale Lakes, Oakland Park, Plantation, Sunrise, and Wilton Manors.
Tradewinds Park is located on both the south and the north side of Sample Road in northern Broward county. Tradewinds is one of the largest parks in the area at over 600 acres. It is home to the popular Butterfly World attraction on the south side of the road with athletic fields, 18-hole disc golf course and pier fresh-water fishing.
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.
Picower Super Park within John Prince Park is one of the main draws to this central Palm Beach County facility in central Lake Worth. Recently created, the Picower Super park has a large barrier free splash area and multiple ability/age play equipment in a fenced area with restrooms. This county run regional park has about 726.36 acres (includes 338 lake acres). There's a popular campground and everything from walking trails, kayaking, golfing to bocce, basketball, volleyball and tennis.
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.