- TripBuzz found 268 things to do with kids in or near Coral Springs, Florida, including 251 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Delray Beach.
- From Panthers IceDen to Sherwood Forest Park, the Coral Springs area offers 90 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Skating Rinks.
- Sitting just 20 miles outside of Ft. Lauderdale and almost an hour from Miami, Coral Springs, FL has the motto 'Everything Under the Sun!' Coral Springs lies to the east of the Everglades National Park, making wildlife tours, hiking, camping, boating, fishing and other wilderness activities very popular with visitors.
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Professional restaurant offers a variety of breakfasts, brunches, and dinners including eggs benedict, cheese blintzes and fruit toppings
The Panthers IceDen is the official practice facility of the Florida Panthers and offers public skating, open hockey, and figure skating events. The facility is available for group events and corporate events.
Located in a heavily wooded area, Sherwood Forest Park features volleyball and bocce ball courts, a horseshoe pit and a large, open area for recreational activities. Park facilities include a children's playground, a walking trail, picnic areas and restrooms.
Located along the water, Betti Stradling Park features baseball diamonds, basketball and sand volleyball courts and open grass fields. The park has several picnic areas, a children's playground, paved walking paths and a skate park.
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.
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.
The 66-acre Tall Cypress Natural Area is home to very diverse animal species that live in its basin swamp and pine flatwoods. See great horned owls, woodpeckers, great egrets, land turtles, snakes, and butterflies while walking along the elevated boardwalks.