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Parks

Broward CountyParksALLOWEDACTIVITIES
Open Activities and Amenities
​​​As of April 28, 2021


Visitors and staff need to follow CDC guidelines listed here.

Residents and visitors can now enjoy these activities.
  • Airboat rides (Everglades Holiday Park only)

  • Alligator shows (Everglades Holiday Park only)

  • Archery (Markham Target Range on Sunday and Monday)

  • Bait and tackle sales (Everglades Holiday Park only)

  • Basketball with up to 10 players ​(not open at Central Broward Park and Quiet Waters Park)​

  • Batting cages (AllGolf, C.B. Smith Park)

  • Bicycling

  • Birding

  • Boat docks

  • Boat ramps (Markham, West Lake parks; Everglades Holiday - west ramps currently closed)

  • Boat rentals (Everglades Holiday, Plantation Heritage; Quiet Waters - Friday/Saturday only, T.Y., West Lake parks - Sunday/Monday)

  • Broward Ski & Wakeboarding (C.B. Smith Park, weekdays by reservation only)

  • Butterfly, bird, and insect museum (Butterfly World)

  • Campgrounds (RV only) at C.B. Smith​ and Easterlin parks

  • Disc golf (closed at Markham due to proximity with COVID-19 vaccination site; partially closed at Quiet Waters due to proximity with COVID-19 vaccination site​)

  • Dog park at Markham Park (open Sunday and Monday only) and Quiet Waters Park (open Friday and Saturday only)

  • Driving range (AllGolf, C.B. Smith Park)

  • Drone field

  • Equestrian trails to bring your own horse

  • Equine-Assisted Therapies of South Florida

  • Extension Education (virtual only)

  • Facility Rentals* (click for COVID-19 rules and regulations)

  • Fishing

  • Five-Stand (Markham Target Range, open Sunday and Monday only)

  • Football/soccer fields (Brian Piccolo, Tradewinds)

  • Grilling on your own grills or park grills

  • Jogging and walking paths

  • Koslov Tennis Academy

  • Marinas (daily, Everglades Holiday; Saturday only, Quiet Waters, T.Y.​; Saturday/Sunday only, Plantation Heritage and West Lake)

  • Miniature golf (AllGolf, C.B. Smith Park)

  • Model airplane fields

  • Model steam train rides (Tradewinds)

  • Mountain bike trails (*open only to current passholders at Markham Park; Quiet Waters trails are closed)

  • Nature trails and walks

  • Organized sports leagues, games, and practice by field reservation only

  • Outdoor fitness equipment areas (Open daily: C.B. Smith, Vista View; open Friday/Saturday: Tradewinds, Tree Tops; open Sunday: Delevoe)​

  • Park offices reopen at 50 percent capacity​

  • Pickleball (doubles - maximum of four people on the court; closed at Central Broward Park)

  • Picnic tables and picnicking

  • Playgrounds (Open daily: C.B. Smith, Easterlin, Miramar, Plantation Heritage (north playground), ​Vista View​​; open Friday/Saturday: Tradewinds (north), Tree Tops; open Sunday/Monday: Markham, T.Y.)

  • Racquetball/handball courts (doubles)​

  • Registered instructor classes (up to nine participants)

  • Rental halls and shelters are now available for reservation at 50 percent capacity and with an approved plan for following CDC guidelines (not available at Central Broward and T.Y. parks; limited days at Markham, Quiet Waters,​ and Tree Tops parks)​​

  • Ski Rixen USA (Quiet Waters Park - closed on Monday)​

  • Stables trail rides (Tradewinds Park Stables, north side)

  • Target Range (Markham on Sunday and Monday)​

  • Tennis courts (doubles - maximum of four people on the court; closed at Central Broward Park)​

  • Velodrome

  • Volleyball (up to five persons each side of net - closed at Quiet Waters)

  • Zack's Snacks (Hollywood North Beach Park)



*MOUNTAIN BIKING AT MARKHAM PARK (Quiet Waters Park is closed) - During this first phase of reopening, mountain bike riding is limited to current Mountain Bike Trail Annual Passholders. This is being done to limit contact between staff and patrons. If you'd like to purchase an annual pass, you must watch the Safety Video here. At the end of the video, you'll be given instructions on what to do next to complete your purchase,  which must be made by credit card only. As the park office is closed, arrangements must be made by phone with park staff to drop off completed paperwork and pick up your pass. Don't forget to wear a required face covering when you come to the office.