Cool off at South Florida water parks and pools
Published: June 29, 2022
Take a deep breath, hold your nose, dive in, splash around, swim a lap, skim down the slide, dodge the water cannons, run through the fountain and more. However you want to soak yourself and beat the heat this summer, here’s six fun options to explore.
South Florida’s most well-known water park, Rapids, has more than a dozen water slides, a lazy river, a FlowRider, a wave pool and a splash lagoon for smaller ones. Learn more at http://www.rapidswaterpark.com
Coconut Cove Water Park in Boca Raton has two slides, a lazy river, an interactive water playground and more. http://www.coconutcove-waterpark.com
The Cypress Pool and Water Park in Coral Springs is a cool way to beat the heat with a unique clover shape, non-competitive swimming pool and two water park attractions. http://www.aquaticcomplex.com
The Caporella Aquatic Center in Tamarac has a swimming pool with zero depth entry and children’s water playground. http://www.tamarac.org/539/Caporella-Aquatic-Center
New to South Florida, Tidal Cove is tucked away at the JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa in Aventura. With seven water slides, a FlowRider, a lazy river, a kids cove and more, Tidal Cove has more than enough to entertain the whole family. http://www.tidalcovemiami.com
The Venetian Pool in Coral Gables is a stunning 820,000-gallon pool, fed with spring water from an underground aquifer that refills daily.