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Hallandale Beach Parks - Something for Everyone!

Hallandale Beach parks offer lush tropical scenery, public athletic facilities, playgrounds, community centers, and a world-class beach.   From bocce courts to the historic village, there's something for everyone at the parks in Hallandale Beach!  For facilities at a glance, click here.  See below for detailed descriptions of our park amenities. 
 

 B. F. James Park • 101 NW 9th Street                                                                                        
 Hours:  Dawn to Dusk
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B.F. James Park is undergoing reconstruction as part of the Citywide Parks Master Plan.  The park is expected to reopen in June 2014 complete with two basketball courts, playground and swimming pool.

For more information about the reconstruction of B. F. James Park and the Citywide Parks Master Plan, Click here.

To view a video timeline of construction, Click here.


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City Beach Parks • A1A and Hallandale Beach Blvd                                                                  
Hours:  Dawn to Dusk
 Under Construction.jpg Hallandale Beach, home of the famous Beach Ball Water Tower, boasts 4.61 acres of beachfront parks.  Both North and South City Beach Parks are undergoing reconstruction as part of the Citywide Parks Master Plan.  The parks are expected to reopen in Winter, 2015 complete with restrooms, showers, concession stands, playground, volleyball, and bocce courts.

The beaches remain open during construction.  Restrooms are available at the North City Beach Park.

For more information about the reconstruction of South City and North City Parks and the Citywide Parks Master Plan, Click here.

For beach conditions, please call 954 457-1456.  Lifeguards are on duty 365 days of the year as follows:
                    9:15am - 4:45 pm October 1 - March 31
                  10:00am - 5:30 pm April 1 - September 30


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Peter Bluesten Park 501 SE 1st Avenue • 954 457-1457                                                        
Hours: Dawn to 9:00pm
Bluesten Walking Trail 2.jpg This is a 6-acre facility that consists of a community center, municipal pool, tennis courts, racquetball courts, outdoor basketball courts, and sand volleyball courts as well as outdoor athletic fields, a playground and a concession stand. 

For more information on programs and activities, please visit: Bluesten Programs
For more information on rentals, please visit: Bluesten Rentals
            


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Cultural Community Center 410 SE 3rd Street • 954 457-1452        
Hours:  Office: 8:00am to 6:00pm, Monday-Friday
Rental Facility: 8:00am-12:00am Daily
img_4343.jpg Perfect for your next meeting or special event, this is a state-of-the-art facility includes meeting rooms, an auditorium featuring a sound and lighting system for shows, dances and productions, and kitchen facilities. 

The facility also houses the administrative offices for the Parks and Recreation Department.
 

For more information on programs and activities, please visit: Cultural Center Programs
For more information on rentals, please visit: Cultural Center Rentals

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Curci House • 324 SW 2nd Avenue • 954 457-1452                                                       
Rental Hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm
Tours: First Saturday of each Month: 11:00am - 4:00pm
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You can be a part of this historic Hallandale Beach home by purchasing a memorial brick that will be installed on the grounds.  For an application, click here.
This historic Hallandale Beach home was built by Frank and Rosina Curci in 1924.  "Villa Providence" was constructed of concrete-filled terra-cotta block walls with Dade pine floors and imported Cuban tile details throughout.  The most extraordinary feature was the array of imported Italian color glass that was imbedded in the exterior stucco finish.  The glass sparkled in the sunlight and glowed in the moonlight.   The house withstood the Great Hurricane of 1926 and sheltered dozens of nearby residents whose homes were damaged and destroyed. 

This Hallandale Beach treasure can be toured compliments of the Hallandale Beach Historic Preservation Board on the first Saturday of every month between 11am and 4pm.
 

For more information about the Curci House and other historic sites in Hallandale Beach, please visit: Curci House

For more information on rentals, please visit: 
Curci Rentals

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Foster Park  609 NW 6th Avenue • 954 457-1452                                                                 
Hours:  9:00am - 9:00pm 
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You can be a part of Foster Park by purchasing a memorial brick that will be installed on the grounds or a leave for the Community Heritage Tree.  For an application, click here.
The City of Hallandale Beach's first LEED Certified building, the Foster Park Community Center is home to the African-American/Caribbean Micro-Library with Computer Lab, Historic Wing, and Fitness/Weight Room. The facility features Healthy Families and H.O.S.T. programs as well as special events and community gatherings.

Perfect for your next meeting or special event, this state-of-the-art facility includes meeting rooms, a multipurpose room, and kitchen facilities. 
This newly renovated 2-acre park has a shaded playground, pavilion, and a walking trail as well as open green space.

For more information on programs and activities, please visit: Foster Park
For more information on rentals, please visit: Foster Rentals

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Golden Isles Park  424 Layne Boulevard • 954 457-1452                                                          
Hours:  Dawn to Dusk
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A great park for the little ones, this park includes a playground, pavilion, picnic tables, walking trail, and basketball court.  There's even a separate space for your four-legged friends to enjoy! 

For more information on rentals, please visit: Golden Isles Rentals






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Golden Isles Tennis Complex  500 Egret Drive  954 457-1459                                                
Hours: 7:00am-10:00pm
Copy of SUN TIMES -- Mary Lou Palumbo.jpg This facility, operated under a public-private partnership by Trombetta Tennis Academy, Inc,, consists of 10 tennis courts (6 lighted), 2 lighted Bocce courts, restrooms, lockers, showers and a pro shop. Several yearly membership options are available and non-members may use the facility at nominal rates.

Use of the tennis courts when the pro shop is closed is limited to current members and prepaid guests. Courts can be reserved one day in advance in the Pro Shop or via telephone.

Private and group lessons are available to players of all ages.  The pro shop offers stringing and re-gripping services and carries tennis accessories, racquets, and tennis shoes

For more information on our Tennis Memberships and programs, please visit Trombetta Tennis Academy Inc.

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Ingalls Park • 735 SW 1st Street • 954 457-1450                                                                         
Hours:  Dawn to Dusk
Kitchenette.jpg This is a 4.6-acre park that consists of a rental facility with a multi-purpose room and kitchenette, pavilions, gazebo fitness trail, and playground.  Enjoy a picnic by the pond or under one of the many oak trees that canopy the park. 

For more information on rentals, please visit: Ingalls Rentals



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Oreste Blake Johnson Park  900 NW 8th Avenue • 954 457-1453                                           
Hours:  Dawn to 9:00pm
Johnson Side View.jpg This 4.5 acre park offers something for everyone:  Featuring the Butch Nelson gymnasium, Teen Zone, public tennis and racquetball courts, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, and a playground, the park is home of the City's annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Festival.

For more information on programs and activities, please visit: OB Johnson Programs
For more information on rentals, please visit: OB Johnson Rentals


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Municipal Pool • 202 SE 5th Street • 954 457-1458                                                                         
Hours:  See Below 
Bluesten Pool.png Everyone enjoys a dip at the Hallandale Beach Municipal Pool, which is open year-round!  The complex contains a heated pool, an activity pool with three play pieces, and a bath house with showers and lockers.

For more information on Aquatic programs and activities, please visit: Pool Programs

For more information on rentals, please visit: Pool Rentals

Open & Lap Swim Hours:  Everyday: 11:00 am - 4:45 pm
              Daily Admission Fees apply.  Annual Pool Passes Available.

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Joseph Scavo Park • 900 Three Islands Boulevard                                                                  
Hours:  Dawn to Dusk 
20140402_195249.jpg Joseph Scavo Park is the first completed park of the City Wide Parks Master Plan.  Open on April 5, 2014, the renovated park features restrooms, playground, fitness trail, basketball courts, and two dog parks - one for large dogs and one for small dogs.

Miss the ribbon cutting ceremony?  Click here.

For more information about the reconstruction of Joseph Scavo Park and the Citywide Parks Master Plan, Click here.

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Sunrise Park • 800 NE 5th Street                                                                                                  
Hours:  Dawn to Dusk
Sunrise Park.jpg This new, recently expanded, "pocket park" contains a shaded playground, walking trail, benches and a large open green space.







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Sunset Park • 814 SW 6th Avenue                                                                                                
Hours:  Dawn to Dusk
Sunset Park.jpg This neighborhood park contains a playground, walking trail and benches.  








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