1040 E. Newport Center Dr.
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
Phone: (954) 570-8887
Fax: (954) 428-7638
The Tree Zoo, or the Deerfield Beach Arboretum, is home to over 325 species of trees and palms from all over the world. A stroll through the Tree Zoo is like taking a walk through the forests of the world. The Tree Zoo is a celebration of the diversity and rich beauty of nature's bounty. Together, these trees form a canopy of verdant beauty and exotic charm that will will surely enthrall and delight. Guided tours are offered on the first Saturday of every month and on every Friday. Keep an eye out for the butterflies, brids and animals that flourish alongside the trees.
With its canals, scenic vistas and abundant natural beauty, Constitution Park is an oasis of peace an tranquility amidst the hustle and bustle of the city. The park is home to the fabulous Deerfield Beach Arboretum, and the Constitution Park Recreation Center.
With its scenic vistas and breathtaking beauty, the Deer Creek Golf Club is home to one of the region's finest golf courses. The 18-hole golf course boasts a splendid championship layout that is both challenging and rewarding. The club also makes for an excellent venue for wedding receptions and private parties.
Pioneer Park offers the city's residents and visitors a host of recreational facilities. The park encompasses multiple tennis courts, baseball fields, a playground for kids and a public boast launch.
The Deerfield Beach Elementary School is a modern school with a rich historical heritage. Included in the National Register of Historical Places, it is a reputed educational institute. For admission schedule and other details, check website or call ahead.
Villa d’Este is a charming neighborhood that blends together serene beauty and modern amenities. With its tree-lined streets, splendid lake views and scenic waterways, Villa d’Este is an oasis of tranquility and exquisite beauty surrounded by the urban landscape of Deerfield Beach.
Water is a major focus of this park, as the name suggests, so you'll find plenty of fun activities during a visit here. Among the most unusual is a water skiing training center where you can rocket around attached to a mechanical tow rope - no need for a boat. In the 430 acres (174.01 hectares) of space here, you can also go canoeing, paddle boating, swimming, windsurfing, camping, picnicking, bicycling and miniature golfing. Or you can just revel in this pretty park that is, indeed, quiet.
Located on an island bordered by the Royal Palm Waterway, Hillsboro Canal and the Intracoastal Waterway, this "urban wilderness area" features an 8.5-acre mangrove swamp filled with wildlife and two nature trails, the Coquina and the Mangrove Trail. Self-guided trail maps are available at the Deerfield Island Park's office. The park can only be accessed by boat, but the Park Department provides free boat service to and from the island. Boats depart from and return to the Sullivan Park floating boat dock, located along Riverview Road and Hillsboro Boulevard. Opens daily at 8am.
A trip to Deerfield Beach is simply incomplete without a stop by the city's splendid beach. Despite the crowds that throng the beach, it remains a pristine stretch of soft sand and spellbinding vistas. Surfing, volley ball and other recreational activities can be enjoyed at the beach beyond the Northern side of the pier.
Located on the beautiful eastern coast of Deerfield Beach, a charming coastal community, the Deerfield Beach International Fishing Pier is the hot spot for avid fishermen, where they can fish all day long, seven days a week. The pier stretches for 976 feet (297.48 meters). Live bait is available on site from pier vendors. The pier offers beautiful views of the ocean and beach, and curious non-fishers can walk the pier for a small fee.
Located on either side of Coconut Creek's Sample Road, Tradewinds Park offers 627 acres (253.73 hectares) of tranquility. The north side of the park includes a farm and farmhouse museum, that aims at providing education along with recreation. Guests can enjoy pony rides, guided horse trail rides or hop onto a steam train that operates once a month. The south area features a fishing lake with pier, disc golf course and trails for walking and hiking. South Florida's famous attraction, Butterfly World, is also nestled here.
South Inlet Park is a scenic recreational spot on South Ocean Boulevard. It features swimming amenities, saltwater fishing, a playground, picnic areas, barbecue grills and picturesque views of the horizon.