If you're looking to relax in a comfortable place around Fort Lauderdale while your kids lose themselves in fun and games, you will want to check out the Florence C. Hardy Park located at 25 S.W. 9th Street. The park is designed to cater to people of different age groups, with facilities both for children of different age groups and for adults as well. The park occupies an extensive 7.8 acres and boasts a large open play area, tennis courts, an athletic field and lawn bowling facilities.
Named after Florida's 2 term Govenor Lawton Chiles, Lawton Chiles Memorial Park is a 19 acre recreational site located in North Western Boca Raton. The park is equipped with lighted basketball courts and athletic fields which are open later than the rest of the park. The park has ample parking and restrooms. Come out and enjoy a picnic at the park with a game of horse shoes or bocce ball. There is plenty of space to spend a relaxed time with friends and family. The pavillion at the park is quite large and may be reserved.
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.
Jaycee Park in east Boynton Beach is located right on the Intracoastal waterway. The playground is completely FENCED (has gates so no escapes) with an area for crawlers as well as bigger kids to play. Swings and climbing structure are in the center of the play area. The paved sidewalk around the large field is ideal for bringing out the tricycle. Brand new boardwalk overlook onto the intracoastal and picnic pavilions are features of this park. Bathrooms are on site.