Refreshing fun is offered at pools, water parks and water playgrounds in Miami, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Entry fees for some public pools & water parks is relatively inexpensive. Some water parks offers deals, such as reduced fees in the afternoons. Entry is free for plenty of splash pads with spritzing features in public parks.
If you’re interested in a particular park, it’s a good idea to phone to verify the pool or water park is open. Please return to this feature as other water fun is added.
Pools, water parks & splash playgrounds in South Florida include
Splash Adventure at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield
- $6 per day
- Discount opportunity: $4.40 after 3 p.m.
Splash Adventure is inside Quiet Waters Park. Entry & parking for Quiet Waters are free on week days. Weekends & holidays, the park’s entry fee is $1.50 per person for ages 6 and older. Quiet Waters Park is at 401 S. Powerline Road, Deerfield Beach, 954-357-5100 or website.
TY Park in Hollywood
Pool & water playground within T.Y./Topeekeegee Yugnee Park, 3300 N. Park Road., Hollywood 33021, 954-357-8811
- $9.50 per day
- Discount opportunity: $5.75 after 3 p.m.
Entry & Parking for TY Park are free on week days. Weekends & holidays, the park’s entry fee is $1.50 per person for ages 6 and older.
Paradise Cove in CB Smith Park
Paradise Cove is within a regional park in Pembroke Pines and includes a lazy river and water playgrounds. Waterslides are not open until further notice.
Water park fees are $8
Discount opportunity: $5.75 after 3 p.m
900 N. Flamingo Road, Pembroke Pines 33028, 954-357-5170
Entry & Parking are free on week days. Weekends & holidays, the regional park’s entry fee is $1.50 per person for ages 6 and older. Information is online.
Splash pads with free entry include
Plenty of public parks and neighborhood parks in South Florida offer splash pads, which are especially appealing for toddlers and younger kids. Log on to your town’s website or phone the parks and recreation department for information on spalsh pads. Often splash pads are free to use, especially if they are not part of a water park attraction.
Splash pads include
- Waters Edge Park in Tamarac offers a splash playground. Entry is free. Tamarac Story Trail at Waters Edge Park
- Osswald Park features a Splashpad, 2220 NW 21st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale 33311, 954-828-6455, free entry, adults need to directly accompany kids 7 & younger
- Mickel Park in Wilton Manors offers a Splashpad with squirting water for youngsters. Entry to the park, playground and Splash Pad are free. Mickel Park is at 2675 NW 7th Avenue, Wilton Manors 33111. More information: 954-390-2100
- City Park, 6600 Sunset Strip, Sunrise 33313
- Flamingo Park, 12855 NW 8th Street, Sunrise 33326
- Cypress Preserve Park, 9020 NW 38th Street, Sunrise 33351
- After July 30 — Welleby Park, 11100 NW 44th Street, Sunrise 33351
Sunrise Civic Center Aquatics Complex, 10610 West Oakland Park Boulevard, Sunrise 33351 includes a lap pool and family pool with water slide.
Fees for Sunrise residents are $1 for 17 and younger and and $1.25 per adult. Fees for non-Sunrise residents are $3 for 17 and younger and $6 per adult.
For information: 954-747-4636 or online.
Miramar Regional Park
Aquatic amenities include
- 8 lane swimming pool with shallow area
- diving boards
- Water playground with splashing and interactive features & water-slides
- splash pad
Pool $3.50 adults; $2.50 Kids
Water Playground $8 adults; $12 kids
Water Fun for dogs
Palm Beach county
Calypso Bay in Royal Palm Beach
Water park includes water slides, a river ride, and water playground, lap pool, diving board, refreshments for sale.
Fees, excluding taxes
- 12 & older $12.50
- seniors & military with ID $10.50
- 3-11 $10.50
- Toddlers ages 1 & 2: $5.50 includes a water diaper
- free for infants
- Discount opportunity: Reduced fees after 3 p.m. are $2 off rates for adults and kids
Seminole Palms Park, 151 Lamstein Lane, Royal Palm Beach 33411, 561-790-6160
Information is online.
Rapids Water Park in Riviera Beach
Rapids Water Park offers water slides, flumes, raft rides, a wave pool and lazy river, 566 N. Military Trail. , Riviera Beach.
Fees are $49.99 to $59.99 & Rapids Water Park offers afternoon deal
Discount opportunity: 4 p.m. 7 p.m. Mondays – Fridays, except holidays, $25, tax and parking fees are extra; 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. Saturdays & Sundays, except holidays, $30, tax and parking fees are extra.
North Miami Beach
Victory Pool includes water slides and kids’ area, 1980 NE 171 Street, North Miami Beach 33162
- $3 for ages 18 & older
- $2.50 for ages 17 and younger & for ages 55 & older
Grapeland Water Park
Grapeland Water Park is open Saturdays and Sundays until August 14, 1550 NW 37th Avenue, Miami 333126, 305-960-2950
Attractions and amenities include water slides, pool, shallow play area for toddlers, and Buccaneer River Ride.
Fees are $7 for kids 2 to 14, $12 for Miami-Dade residents 14 and older, and $15 for non-residents. Information is online.
Distinctive pool attraction that draws people from South Florida and other parts of the world. It is formed from a coral rock quarry and receives its spring water from an aquifer. It includes waterfalls and grottos. 2701 de Soto Boulevard, Coral Gables, 305-446-6800, Venetian Pool website. Fees for non-residents are $21 for ages 13 and older and $16 for 3-12. For Gables residents, fees are $6.50 for 13 and older and $5.50 for 3 to 12.
Splash pads and splash pools include these & others
Relatively inexpensive fees apply for some of these amenities:
North Pointe Splash Pool, 7351 NW 186 Street, Miami 33015
Naranja Splash Pool, 14150 SW 264 Street, Miami 33032
South Dade Splash Pad, 16350 SW 280 Street, Miami 33031
not open for repairs until further notice —Westwind Lakes Splash Pad, 6805 SW 152 Avenue, Miami 33193, free entry