Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation offers a wide variety of programs for all ages. In addition to passive parks, open spaces, and playgrounds, the department manages a bus transportation service, the Aquatic Complex, the Coral Springs Tennis Center, summer camps and after-school programs and the Coral Springs Gymnasium.

Department Head

Robert Hunter

Robert Hunter

Robert Hunter is the City of Coral Springs Parks & Recreation Director. He joined the City of Coral Springs in 2018 to serve as Assistant Director of Parks and Recreation. Prior to joining the City, Rob served as the Director of Parks and Recreation for West Feliciana Parish in Saint Francisville, Louisiana.
Rob holds a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education, specializing in Sport Management.

The city offers three pools for the public to use within the community.

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Due to the pandemic, Parks and Recreation is offering limited classes

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Dr. Paul’s Dog Park provides a unique recreation area for dogs and their families! Equipped with new, durable agility equipment, an open field, and water stations, the park provides a place for dogs to frolic off leash with their owners.

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Field Permit/Reservation

All field use requires a permit/reservation. This helps us ensure field space is made available to our residents and recognized leagues for use. Reservations can be made Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Saturday & Sunday from 8 a.m. to dusk. Open Play reservations must be scheduled within a 24-hour period. To reserve or purchase a permit, call 954-345-2200.


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Facility and Pavilion Rentals 

Pavilions are available for reservations. To reserve, call 954-345-2200.

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One day use/ Single use processing fee: $12.53

Multi-use/multi facility use processing fee: $18.69

(These fees are applied to all permits for processing and are separate from the rental cost)


Lightning Policy

Explained in the link above is the current lightning policy the City of Coral Springs adheres to. Any question about the policy can be directed towards the Parks and Recreation department at 954-345-2200.

The city values our residents who are 55+. The Senior Center at Sartory Hall offers many physical, intellectual and social programs.

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Recreation programs for persons with special needs is a priority for the City of Coral Springs. For more information and to learn more, please contact Debra Futterman at or 954-345-2208.

The City of Coral Springs offers a variety of sports leagues including basketball, baseball, football, soccer and more.

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The Skate Park is located adjacent to the Slide ’N Glide playground at Betti Stradling Park, on the northeast corner of Wiles Road and Coral Springs Drive. Rollerbladers and skateboarders use the park to practice their skills on the various ramps, dips and bowls.

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Both the Tennis Center and Cypress Tennis require memberships to use tennis courts. For hours of operation and amenities, view tennis website.

Tennis Center

The Tennis Center of Coral Springs consists of 12 green Har-Tru and 4 DecoTurf courts. This award-winning facility was built in three phases beginning in 1993 to handle the demands of the local tennis community and to host an ATP event known as America’s Red Clay Championships. When the Tennis Center was completed in 1995, it received the USTA’s Outstanding Facility Award and Tennis Industry’s Court of the Year for municipal facilities. This facility also has four Pickleball courts available.

Cypress Tennis

Cypress Tennis offers eight lighted hard surface courts and two lighted racquetball courts.  

Free Courts

You may enjoy tennis and pickleball courts around the city.

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