3700 N.W. 11th Place, Lauderhill, FL 33311
Wi-Fi is available in the Field House and Corporate Shelter #8.
This approximately 110-acre multipurpose facility is the first Broward County regional park to be acquired and developed through the Broward County Commission's 2000 Safe Parks and Land Preservation Bond Program, a historic measure that passed with 74 percent voter approval. The park is now the largest in the long-underserved central Broward County area and is designed to serve seven of the county's 31 municipalities: along with Lauderhill, Fort Lauderdale, Lauderdale Lakes, Oakland Park, Plantation, Sunrise, and Wilton Manors.
Main Event Field
A state-of-the art field house, with circular, multipurpose, lighted field, 560 feet in diameter, with 5,000 covered seats and additional seating for 15,000 spectators possible. The venue is used for soccer matches and camps, cultural carnivals, music festivals, and cricket, as it is the only cricket stadium in the United States certified by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The field is capable of hosting a variety of local, national, and international sports championship games. Field use by permit only.
The first floor of the building includes the park lobby with receptionist/facility reservation area, elevator, team locker rooms, restrooms, concession area, and main event field viewing room that may also be rented for parties or other social occasions (capacity 182). Details and photos of meeting areas.
The second floor includes concession warming area, park management offices, and the scoreboard operations center, along with a VIP viewing area and conference room that may be rented for small meetings and gatherings of up to 26 people. Wi-Fi is available throughout the building. Call for fees and hours.
Four lighted soccer/football fields with spectator seating that can also be used as two cricket fields with artificial pitches. Field use by permit only.
Two lighted courts with spectator seating and player benches.
Two lighted standard courts.
Two lighted courts with spectator seating and player benches.
Tropical Splash Water Playgrounds
Open seasonally (March through September). Interactive, ADA-accessible, with separate areas designed for older and younger children. Lifeguard-monitored at all times. Very young children are required to wear swim diapers. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult 18 or older. U.S. Coast Guard-approved life vests available free of charge. No pets, water toys, floats, cooking grills, glass containers, or alcoholic beverages allowed in the aquatics facility.
From zero-depth to four feet deep with one edge support for students to grasp, this instructional pool will host SWIM Central water-safety lessons in cooperation with the Broward County School Board.
Colorful 20-foot-diameter umbrellas available at the aquatics facility for $20 plus tax per session or $35 plus tax per day on weekdays, and $40 plus tax per session or $75 plus tax per day on weekends and holidays. Each includes tables and chairs. Capacity is 30. Deposit required.
Paddleboats available for rental at the aquatics facility marina by the hour and half-day on weekends and designated county holidays. Fee and deposit required U.S. Coast Guard-approved life vests are required and provided free of charge.
Seven picnic shelters, varying capacities, each with grills, water, and electricity. Available by reservation only. Freestanding picnic tables are also located throughout the park and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Two(250+ capacity), with large cooking grills, serving counter, water, electricity, and restrooms. Available by reservation only.
Large group gatherings of 250 or more persons require prior park approval and issuance of a Park Permit to address such items as reserving space for the group, traffic control, trash removal/cleanup deposit, etc.
Approximately 1.5 miles long in the west and northwest sections of the park. No pets allowed on trail.
A bridge allows limited access to West Ken Lark Park (a City of Lauderhill neighborhood park). The bridge is closed on weekends.
Two large, covered, accessible playgrounds, located on the north and south sides of the park. Equipment includes climbing rocks, colorful double straight slides, 90-degree slides, tunnel slides, mountain climbers, and horizontal loop climbers.
Approximately 80 feet high and 20 feet square, with four backlit, 10-foot-diameter clocks with chimes.
Geocaching is a worldwide treasure hunt using Global Positioning System (GPS) devices. The first clue is a set of GPS coordinates, corresponding to where someone has hidden a "treasure," or geocache. Geocaches can come in all shapes and sizes and can even be virtual. If you are interested in geocaching and want to know more, please visit our Geocaching Web page.
If you plan to geocache in Central Broward Regional Park & Stadium, you can use the following GPS coordinates to search for geocaches in the park: 26.13851, -80.19741. Please be aware of the following guidelines that apply to geocaching at Central Broward Regional Park & Stadium, in addition to the guidelines set forth on the Geocaching Web page.
Public Art and Design
Pennsylvania-born, New York-based artist Alice Aycock was commissioned in 2004 to design a water feature at the U.S. 441/State Road 7 entrance to the park. The project, Whirls and Swirls and a Vortex on Water, was completed in summer 2008 through the Broward County Public Art and Design program, which at the time allocated two percent of the total new construction budget for Broward County government facilities for commissioned artists to provide design expertise and to create artworks within a broad range of capital improvement projects. The metal, steel, concrete, and acrylic sculpture hovers slightly above water in an elliptical-shaped pool. Massive metal ribbons spiral around an acrylic sphere that has an internal sculptural element, alongside a metal vortex that delves beneath the water's surface. Integrating nature, science, art, and technology, the artwork's composition refers to the dynamic and tumultuous weather patterns in South Florida and the gravitational forces present on the earth and throughout the solar system, illustrating the expanding universe and underwater marine life.
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