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C.B. Smith Park, Pembroke Pines

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C. B. Smith Park is a public park located in Pembroke Pines, Florida. The park is 299 acres (1,210,000 m2) in area and contains a water park known as "Paradise Cove", which is open seasonally. C. B. Smith Park offers many sporting activities including fishing, basketball, batting cages, miniature golf, as well as tennis and racquetball courts. C.B. Smith Park also has an area that is home to the endangered Burrowing Owl.
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  • Park is great, 1.50 admission . Park has basketball court, workout area, tennis court, golf course, walking trail, RV parking, playground for the kids, pavilion to reserved, plenty of picnic area... 
    Park is great, 1.50 admission . Park has basketball court, workout area, tennis court, golf course, walking trail, RV parking, playground for the kids, pavilion to reserved, plenty of picnic area...  more »
  • Watch out for cars while riding on roads especially during dusk. Also remember where you parked your car. 
    Watch out for cars while riding on roads especially during dusk. Also remember where you parked your car.  more »
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  • I brought my 7-year-old to this park a few days ago (on a Monday), and she had a blast. We got there at 10 am and left at 4 pm. It got a little busier between 11:30-3 but never overcrowded. There are enough pool chairs. However, I recommend you get there early to find a shaded spot. The food in the restaurant inside the water park isn't great, but their prices are. I bought a package with a pepperoni pizza slice, chips, and a drink for $4.50. Girls with zippers on the back or front of their bathing suits are asked to wear a shirt to go on the water slides, so plan on bringing an extra shirt. The big slides are closed and will be open until next year, but we enjoyed the other two splash areas that have smaller slides, as well as the lazy river. I appreciate that there was enough staff, and they were all actively redirecting kids and watching over their safety. I will definitely come back in the future.
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