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A day at the beach is only a short drive away from Coral Springs, making it easy to enjoy South Florida’s warm temperatures and sunny days. But visitors and residents alike also have an array of recreational opportunities right here in Coral Springs.

Take for instance, the Sportsplex Athletic Complex, home to numerous athletic facilities and the Sawgrass Nature Center. At the Aquatics Complex, swimmers will find two competition pools and a diving area for those serious about the sport. Other family members may be more attracted to the adjacent tennis center, featuring the area’s only red clay tennis courts, originally built to host the American Red Clay Tennis Tournament. In the past decade, private partnerships built a 125,000-square-foot triple ice rink for public skating and hockey practice, as well as a golf course.

Perhaps you’d like to participate in our annual Taste of Coral Springs, where local chefs capture your undivided attention with top-notch entertainment, cuisine, wine and spirits. You’re also invited to attend the annual Festival of the Arts, a fun-filled weekend event with music, dance, poetry and professional arts and crafts. The Coral Springs Center for the Arts brings in a variety of performing arts, while the Coral Springs Museum of Fine Art hosts artists from around the world.

Thanks to our wide range of hospitality options, guests have an option to relax anywhere, from a clean and comfortable hotel room to a luxurious resort suite—all just minutes away from the residential neighborhoods of Coral Springs.

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