Sports, Arts, and Recreation
The City of Coral Springs has long recognized that parks, activities and recreational facilities play a key role in establishing the quality of life for a community.
One-third of our population is under the age of 18, which makes sports and recreation a clear priority for our family-oriented community. Coral Springs is known among amateur sports enthusiasts as a great place for tournaments and training.
SportsPlex, featuring a four acre special events area, athletic complex, and Tennis Center.
Aquatic Complex, includes a 50-meter and a 25-meter competition pools, a separate dive well, a teaching pool, an acclimation pool for the dive team, and a fitness center.
Panthers Ice Den, a three sheet ice ring and training facility for Olympic athletes.
A multi-use gymnasium, that hosts nationally touring shows and entertainers.
Coral Springs Center for the Arts, has more than 150 shows annually, in addition to the theater, the center has a has a museum, dance studio, outdoor courtyard, event space.
Public Art Program, is recognized by the City of Coral Springs that public art creates a unique sense of place and distinction, enjoyment and pride for all citizens and visitors to our community. Please view the Public Art Brochure.
Coral Springs has three major parks and an additional 45 parks that are a half acre or larger and are located within 2 miles of every neighborhood.
Sawgrass Nature Center &Wildlife Hospital, the center offers a variety of environmental learning programs.
The City of Coral Springs holds dozens of annual events including a 4th of July Celebration, Holiday Parade, Concerts and movies in the Park. Local Community groups host multi-day festivals including Our Town America and the Coral Springs Festival of the Arts, and sporting events galore take over the City’s many recreational facilities almost every weekend.