Countess de Hoernle Park (Spanish River Athletic Facility) is a city-owned park in Boca Raton, Florida. First opened in 2012 and located south of Spanish River Boulevard, the park came to life when the Greater Boca Raton Beach and Park District provided the city of Boca Raton with $13.9 million of taxpayers' money to improve upon 80 acres of unused land owned by the city. The land once belonged to the IBM Corporation.
The Seacrest Soccer Complex was formerly Atlantic High School. As part of the Bond Referendum voted by the citizens in January 2004, the City was able to purchase eight acres of the land, which included a large multipurpose field, tennis courts, basketball courts and two softball fields. This was done to create a soccer facility to help relieve the scheduling stress at Miller Park.
PGA National Park is a large, very popular 35 acre park just off Northlake Blvd. It is surrounded by water and was originally part of the 1985 PGA National development. It has since been renovated and includes a fully accessible play area. Bring along your fishing rod and fish off the little dock or use the spacious pavilions for your next get-together! There are three large multi-purpose fields that are great for soccer, lacrosse, tackle/flag football, or what ever you can dream up. Budding golfer?