C.B. Smith Park
C. B. Smith Park is a city park in Pembroke Pines, Florida. The park covers 299 acres (1,210,000 m2) and includes a water park called “Paradise Cove,” which is open seasonally. C. B. Smith Park has a variety of sports facilities, including fishing, basketball, batting cages, miniature golf, and tennis and racquetball courts. C.B. Smith Park also has a habitat for the endangered Burrowing Owl.
History of C.B. Smith Park
C.B. Smith Park began as a plot of land purchased by Broward County from the United States in 1959. Government. It was previously known as Snake Creek Park and served as a firing range for a gunnery school during World War II before being renamed in 1967 in honor of Broward County and City of Hollywood Commissioner Charles Barney Smith. To learn more about Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood.
Address: 900 N Flamingo Rd, Pembroke Pines, FL 33028, United States
Departments: CB Smith Park Shelter #6
Phone: +1 954-357-5170
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