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Our group biked through this beautiful park . One section is for camping with tents and facilities. The other offers great paths around lakes. Very safe with little or no traffic. One of the lakes offers waterskiing with a pull that is automatic!
This past weekend was the Barktoberfest at Quiet Waters. A day where they close the splash zone pool to children and open it up to the pups! Such a fun day for the dogs that got to run around and frolick in the water and...More
Date of experience: October 2018
BrowardCountyParks, Public Relations Manager at Quiet Waters Park, responded to this reviewResponded October 9, 2018
Glad you enjoyed Barktoberfest. There were close to 850 canine companions that came to the event and left wagging their tails. In case you want to check out another event, Castaway Island at T.Y. Park in Hollywood will have K9 Splash events on October 13...More
We have been here many times .
Kids basically grown up here.
When they were little we often visited the small but very nice and clean fun Splash Adventure .
This is great for kids aged between 1-7.
They have one nice playground now is...More
Loving expanse of nature off of Hillsboro and Powerline Rd. It is a great treasure for this area. The tents appear well tended, and I could see they were recently washed out. Plenty of bike paths. A really wonderful pavillion that you can rent for...More
Park has trail, RV parking, plenty of barbecue are to spend time with family. family and kids have a great time splash cove water park. have to paid additional $5.00 to get in water park, but great for young children and family.
We walked the Nature Trail at Quiet Water, and it was a pleasant stroll, with a number of birds, dragonflies and butterflies along the way. I believe this park is best suited to young families as the water park had many children enjoying the facilities...More
Oh my Gee. The Ren Fest at Quiet Water's park absolutely blew me away. If I had known it was common for people to dress up I would have done so also! I was not expecting the level of fun that I had here. The...More
Quiet Waters Park at Deerfield had the best Renaissance Festival of any I’ve been to in several states. The parks trees and lake setting made for a fine re-creation of a medieval village for the renaissance fair. The festival featured a King and Queen, a...More
We're happy to hear you'll be staying at Quiet Waters Park this weekend! We have never had an incident involving an alligator in the campgrounds at Quiet Waters but all of our parks are home to wildlife. Here are some safety... More
We're happy to hear you'll be staying at Quiet Waters Park this weekend! We have never had an incident involving an alligator in the campgrounds at Quiet Waters but all of our parks are home to wildlife. Here are some safety tips we recommend for our guests: 1. Do not approach, feed, or taunt alligators, snakes, or other wildlife, including raccoons and squirrels. 2. Pets must be on a leash no longer than six feet. 3. Do not swim or wade except in designated areas. 4. Watch your children and pets. 5. Be aware of your surroundings as you would in any other public place. If you have any other questions, please contact the park office at 954-357-5100, ext. 0. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. - Broward County Parks and Recreation Division