If you're looking for a lovely neighborhood park to have a picnic and toss a frisbee, Richard D. Petrillo Park in Coral Springs is the perfect place. The park features five acres of open green space, with a scattering of trees. It is a wonderful place to wile away an afternoon in the sun. With plenty of room for young ones to play and the older ones to run, Richard D. Petrillo Park will suit families young and old. Bring a hula hoop or a soccer ball to kick around. Or perhaps plan ahead and make a scavenger hunt to play throughout the park.
Milander Park in Hialeah is a 19+ acre park that consists of an aquatic center, football stadium, sports fields and a new venue. The park, in addition to these big amenities, also provides recreation for multiple kinds of sporting activities. Lighted sports fields help make this park an active destination even into the evening hours. Milander has two lighted tennis courts, two lighted basketball courts, a lit softball field, and a lit baseball diamond. The park also has a junior basketball court that is not lighted.
Tropical Park is an almost 300-acre park in southwest Miami-Dade county that once served as a horse track. It was transformed into a county park back in 1979. This huge, diverse park offers everything from football games, world class equestrian shows, community center, a boxing program to the unique Santa's Enchanted Forest carnival. Tropical Park has the standard leisure amenities like bicycling, walking or running on the miles of paved pathways. You can also take out a paddle boat and explore the boating lake.
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.
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.
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.
Designed as a neighborhood park by the city of Boynton Beach for the Meadows neighborhood this is a popular park that has something for everyone. Popular park but not over-crowded, great way to meet neighbors. Amenities Basketball court, BBQ grills, benches, bike rack, bocce court, drinking fountain, fitness trail (1/2-mile path with 11-exercise stations), gazebo, open play area, pavilion, picnic tables, playground, rental shelters, tennis courts, volleyball court. Hours: Sunrise- Sunset;lighted facilites open until 10:00 p.m.
Currie Commons has a lighted little league field, multi-purpose field, press box, concessions, restrooms, and playground area. It is located within a residential neighborhood and not on any main road. Reservations for athletic fields can be made by calling Tom Kwiatek at (561) 243-7255. Kids can enjoy playing in the large open field behind the little league field and adjacent to the the playground. Bring a kite, frisbee or just run around and be silly!
Pompey Park is named after long-time Delray Beach resident C. Spencer Pompey and covers 17.5 acres of land.