2701 De Soto Boulevard
Coral Gables, FL.
Miami’s most beautiful and unique swimming pool. Venetian Pool dates back to 1924 and is the only swimming pool registered in the National Register of Historic Places. Underground artesian wells feed the free-form lagoon, which is shaded by three-story Spanish porticos and has both fountains and waterfalls. There’s no heaters used here and it can be cold in the winter months.
Pembroke Falls Aquatics Center
1361 NW 129th Ave.
Pembroke Pines, Fl. 33028
This pool has two 140-foot long water slides, a 5,000-square-foot interactive waterplay pool with a play structure and a slide, and a 7,500-square-foot multi-purpose pool with zero depth entry. There’s also a 25-yard lap pool with eight lanes and a 13-foot deep dive well with two one-meter diving boards. Non-residents must pay to enter.
Castaway Island Water Playground at T.Y. Park
3300 N. Park Road
Castaway Island Water Playground includes seven water slides, two pools, a large water playground with tropical coconuts and palm trees that spray water, a small play pool designed for toddlers, picnic areas, concession stand and restrooms. The Lagoon next to Castaway Island is a man-made lake with a sandy beach.
Paradise Cove at C.B. Smith Park
900 North Flamingo Road
Pembroke Pines, FL. 33028
The Paradise Cove water park at CB Smith is the largest water park in the Fort Lauderdale/Broward County area. There are four different play areas designed for kids of all ages and includes two 350-foot waterslides, one 400-foot tube ride, a children’s playground, shallow pools and restrooms. Fun for all ages on a hot summer day.
Normandy Isle Park and Pool
7030 Trouville Esplanade
Miami Beach, FL 33141
Normandy Isle Park and Pool features a 4 lane lap pool, an interactive / play pool with water toys, changing rooms with showers and a concession area. An illuminated deck enables the pool to be open evenings.