|Our guide to Fort Lauderdale will help you find the best kid friendly parks in Fort Lauderdale Florida. Collegiates of the 1960s returning to Fort Lauderdale for vacations today would be hard pressed to recognize the onetime "Sun and Suds Spring Break Capital of the Universe." Back then, Fort Lauderdale's beachfront was lined with T-shirt shops, and downtown consisted of a lone office tower, dilapidated buildings, and motley other structures waiting to be razed. Today, the beach has upscale shops and restaurants, and downtown growth of recent years has exploded with luxury resort hotels equipped with enough high-octane amenities to light up skies all the way to western Broward's Alligator Alley. There are tons of great kid friendly parks in the city of Fort Lauderdale, our city guide will help you find the best kid friendly parks. You may have a hard time deciding what to do in Fort Lauderdale, but we make your decision easy.
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Kid friendly parks in Fort Lauderdale
Plantation Heritage Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
1100 S Fig Tree Ln, (954) 791-1025 - Facilities include picnic areas, playgrounds, nature trails, a biking/jogging path, volleyball, horseshoes, a fitness trail, a fruit area, meetin
George English Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
1101 Bayview Dr, (954) 828-5378 - George English Park is a kid friendly park located in Fort Lauderdale FL.
Welleby Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
11100 NW 44th St, (954) 749-9799 - Welleby Park sits on nearly 29 acres, and is one of the largest parks in the city of Sunrise. It's the site of the annual Woodstock Arts & Crafts f
Flamingo Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
12855 SW 8th St - Facilities include baseball fields, one soccer field, one tennis court, basketball courts, a playground, a jogging track and a meeting room.
Carter Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
1450 W Sunrise Blvd, (954) 828-5411 - Carter Park is one of the newer parks in Fort Lauderadale and is located on 15 acres. Facilities include a pool, lighted multi-purpose athletic fie
Markham Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
16001 W State Rd 84, (954) 389-2044 - Markham Park encompasses over 660 acres on the edge of the Everglades Conservation Area. Outdoor activities abound at this park, including fishing,
Oscar Wind Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
200 N New River Cir, (954) 385-7883 - Facilities include a baseball field, soccer field, picnic pavilion, a jogging track, and a playground.
Weston Regional Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
20200 Saddle Club Rd, (954) 389-4321 - Regional Park at Weston is is a first-class athletic and recreational facility that opened in 2000.
Reverend Samuel Delevoe Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
2520 NW 6th St, (954) 791-1036 - This 36-acre neighborhood park shares property with the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center. Facilities include basketball, fishi
North Andrews Gardens Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
300 NW 56th St, (954) 630-4528 - The park, located in Oakland Park, has undergone a major renovation and re-opened in the summer of 2006. Amenities include a playground with swing
Tree Tops Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
3900 SW 100th Ave, (954) 370-3750 - Tree Tops Park is a 356-acre park with a 23-acre marsh area accessible by a boardwalk, including a 101-acre Pine Island Ridge. Pine Island Ridge, b
Robbins Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
4005 Hiatus Rd, (954) 437-2420 - Facilities at this 160-acre park include an equestrian trail, play area equipment, and several small gazebos with tables, available on first come,
Vincent Torres Memorial Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
4331 NW 36th St, (954) 535-2785 - Facilities at this Lauderdale Lakes park include a playground, picnic pavilions, athletic fields, community center, and weight room.
Tequesta Trace Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
600 Indian Trce - Facilities at this park - located in the city of Weston - include baseball/softball fields, football/soccer fields, three roller hockey rinks, a co
City Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
6700 Sunset Strip, (954) 828-8943 - City Park houses two softball fields, two sand volleyball courts, a playground and two tennis courts.
Liberty Tree Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
7421 NW 5th St, (954) 452-2521 - Set among rolling hills and lots of shade trees, Liberty Tree Park hosts the annual Art in the Park event. Amenities include a tot lot, shaded picn
Holiday Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
800 N Federal Hwy, (954) 828-5385 - Holiday Park sits on 91 acres in the heart of Fort Lauderdale. In addition to lighted athletic fields, picnic areas, a playground, basketball and r
Kid friendly recreation in Fort Lauderdale
Sawgrass Recreation Park - Fort Lauderdale, FL
, (954) 389-0202 - Airboat tour plus Indian village, alligator show, and wildlife exhibit. Food, beverages, gift shop and craft stand.
Hugh Taylor Birch State Recreation Area - Fort Lauderdale, FL
3109 E Sunrise Blvd, (954) 468-2791 - This 180-acre intracoastal park was originally a private estate. Donated to Florida as parkland, it opened to the public in 1949. Visitors enjoy se
Lauderhill Sports Complex - Fort Lauderdale, FL
7500 W Oakland Park Blvd - Facilities at this city park include baseball/softball fields, football/soccer fields, a jogging path, bicycle path, roller hockey rink, playground
Kid friendly arboretum / gardens in Fort Lauderdale
Flamingo Gardens - Fort Lauderdale, FL
3750 S Flamingo Rd, (954) 473-2955 - With 60 acres of lush gardens, Flamingo Gardens houses many rare, tropical plants, varied ecosystems for viewing, and lots of native creatures.
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