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Water parks, splash pads and pools in Broward

Pools, water parks and water playgrounds in Broward offer refreshing fun. Some venues, especially municipal pools, offer entry without spending a wad of money.   

You can find splash pads with free entry, pools and water parks that don't cost much, and even some water parks that offer discounts in the afternoons.

If you're looking for a pool, water park or splash pad in Broward, check out our guide to Broward water fun. You will find ways to cool off in Deerfield Beach, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Tamarac, Sunrise, Miramar and more. If you know of a public splash pad, pool or water park we missed, email us at

We also have a guide to pools and water parks in Palm Beach County.

Pools, water parks & splash playgrounds in Broward

Splash Adventure at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield

Splash Adventure Photo/Broward Parks & Recreation

Splash Adventure

Splash Adventure offers  a shallow water playground with slides and spritzy features.

In 2024, it's open:

  • March 22 – March 31
  • Weekends April 6 – June 9
  • May 27
  • June 11- August 11
  • Weekends August 17-September 29
  • September 2

Waterpark fees

  • $6 per day
  • Discount opportunity: after 3 p.m., admission is $4.40
  • Season tickets are available, $45 to $468

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 $3 per vehicle with up to eight people. Quiet Waters Park is at 401 S. Powerline Road, Deerfield Beach,  954-357-5100 or website.

TY Park Photo/Broward Parks & Recreation

TY Park in Hollywood

The aquatic facilities include a  pool, and wading pools with interactive features for different ages;  T.Y./Topeekeegee Yugnee Park,  3300 N. Park Road., Hollywood 33021, 954-357-8811

In 2024, it's open

  • March 22 – March 31
  • weekends April 6 – June 9 and May 27
  • June 11- August 11
  • weekends August 17-September 29
  • September 2

Waterpark fees:

  • $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 $3 per vehicle with up to eight people.

Feature: TY Park in Hollywood

Paradise Cove, CB Smith Park 

In 2024, it's open

  • March 22 – March 31
  • weekends April 6 – June 9 and May 27
  • June 11- August 11
  • weekends August 17-September 29
  • September 2

Paradise Cove water park offers the widest array of aquatic amenities within a regional Broward park. The park is in Pembroke Pines and includes tall twisty water slides into a plunge pool, a lazy river tube ride,  and water playgrounds. 

Water park fees

  • $14.50 per day
  • Discount opportunity: $9.50 after 3 p.m

C. B. Smith Park, 954-357-5170, 900 N. Flamingo Road, Pembroke Pines 33028

Entry & Parking are free on week days. Weekends & holidays, the regional park's entry fee is  $3 per vehicle with up to eight people. Information is online.

Not open — Tropical Splash Water Park in Broward Regional Park

Tropical Splash Water Park includes 2 water playgrounds with slides and other splashy features for younger kids and older kids. 

The water features are in Central Broward Regional Park. Entry & Parking for the regional park are free on week days. Weekends & holidays, the park's entry fee is $3 per vehicle with up to eight people.

Venue information


 3700 N.W. 11th Place, Lauderhill

 Tropical Splash website

Waters Edge Park. Photo/city of Tamarac

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 splash pads. Often splash pads are free to use, especially if they are not part of a water park attraction.

Please phone to verify if they are open when you are interesting in playing in them.

Photo/Oakland Park

Splash pads include

  • Waters Edge Park in Tamarac offers a splash playground. Entry is free.  Tamarac Story Trail at Waters Edge Park
  • Oakland Park, 3900  NE Third Avenue  33309, parking is free
  • 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, 954-390-2100,  2675 NW 7th Avenue, Wilton Manors 33111
  • City Park, 6600 Sunset Strip, Sunrise 33313
  • Flamingo Park, 12855 NW 8th Street, Sunrise 33326
  • Cypress Preserve Park, 9020 NW 38th Street, Sunrise 33351
  • Welleby Park, 11100 NW 44th Street, Sunrise 33351
  • ArtsPark on Hollywood Boulevard and Federal Highway in Hollywood

Splash pad at Cypress Preserve Park. Photo/Sunrise Parks & Recreation


Sunrise Civic Center Aquatics Complex, 10610 West Oakland Park Boulevard, Sunrise 33351 includes a lap pool, a wading 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.

Fort Lauderdale Aquatics

Fort Lauderdale offers pools at a variety of parks.

The pool adjacent to Swimming Hall of Fame

Lap swimming 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. week days, and some evening 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. hours week days , with fees for non-residents of $6.42 and $5.35 for ages 55 and older. Fees are  $5.35 for Fort Lauderdale residents and $4.28 for seniors who are Fort Lauderdale residents.

501 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale 33316, 954-828-4580, website


Photo/Miramar Regional Park

Miramar Regional Park

Fees apply for pool and water playground and splash pad

Aquatic amenities include

  • 8 lane swimming pool with shallow area
  • diving boards
  • Water playground with splashing and interactive features & water-slides
  • splash pad

16801 Miramar Parkway, Miramar 33025. Fees apply.

Miramar Aquatics

Miramar Aquatics pool and playground are at  6920 SW 35th Street, Miramar 33023.

Fees for residents are $2 for adults, $1 for kids and seniors 

For non-residents, fees are $3 for adults, $1.50 for kids and seniors

Information is online

Phone to verify when it's open — Woofing Waters Dog Park, Quiet Waters Park, Deerfield Beach

Quiet Waters Park includes Woofing Waters Dog Park. In 2023, it's $5 per day for up to 3 dogs in a family, or $26.75 for a Season Ticket. Proof of rabies vaccination is required. Entry fees into Quiet Waters Park are valid weekends and holidays. The fee is $1.50 for ages 6 and older. Quiet Waters Park, 954-357-5100, is at 401 S. Powerline Road, Deerfield Beach. 

If you're interested in a particular park, it's a good idea to phone to verify the venue open. Please return to this feature as other water fun is added

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