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Providing visitors a bowling experience, Sawgrass Lanes hosts casual bowlers, leagues and parties. The bowling center also features a billiards lounge, arcade video games, shoe rental and a cafe offering food and drink.
An eight-screen movie theater, Coral Square Stadium 8 displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater offers stadium seating, arcade games, 3D movies, a party room and a concession area with food and drinks.
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1221 North University Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33071 MoreLess Info
A popular gathering spot for beer connoisseurs, Tampa Bay Brewing Company Coral Springs Tap Room features a number of locally made brews. Although food is not provided, visitors are welcome to order and bring in take-out from nearby restaurants.
Orchid Park is a publicly-owned green preserve connected to the larger Cypress Park nearby with a series of nature trails and wooden foot bridges. The park offers visitors a pavilion and small picnic area as well as short nature trails.
A popular spot for joggers, Ralph Diaz Memorial Park features a mile long running trail with markers placed at every tenth of a mile. The park also features exercise areas, public restrooms, and a water fountain.
Sunrise Tennis Club Park is a tennis club featuring 15 lighted tennis courts. Attractions include Hydrocourt clay courts, asphalt-based cushioned courts, an asphalt-based cushioned tournament court, sheltered spectator areas, and a tennis academy offering a range of tennis programs.
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2855 Coral Springs Drive, Coral Springs, FL MoreLess Info
Since its opening in early 1997, Coral Springs Museum of Art focuses on highlighting present day, nationally recognized and Florida artists who create Traditional, Modern, Postmodern and Digital art. They offer a variety of classes for adults, teens and children.
Covering 247 acres, the Fern Forest Nature Park gets its name from the more than 30 species of ferns which can be found in here. Covered shelters, trails, gardens, and sculptures are some of the other things to be found in here.