Parkland is nestled between lushly landscaped parks and the Gold Coast. Situated in Broward County, Parkland is an affluent residential suburb of Fort Lauderdale that encompasses 12.8± square miles with a population approaching 29,000. This environmentally proud community boasts nine amazing parks and the area’s top schools. Minutes from the beach, this beautiful area gives you access to all the best of Florida lifestyle recreation and entertainment.
6-Acre Wood Park consists of a 1/4± mile loop multi-use trail that winds through a natural environment.
Doris Davis Forman Wildlife Reserve includes a 5’±-wide, 900’±-long pedestrian trail traveling through pine woods and a 1,550’± boardwalk meandering through cypress wetlands and past a breathtaking oak hammock. Two seating and observation areas and a pavilion area are located along the trail.
The Equestrian Center at Temple Park is frequented by neighboring riders and the Parkland Horseman’s Association who make use of the open space and two equestrian rings.
John H. Quigley Park Tennis Center includes 12 state-of-the-art clay courts, a practice court, and clubhouse.
The 18-hole private Parkland Golf Club features a challenging Greg Norman designed course.
Bordered on the north by West Boca Raton, on the east by Coconut Creek, and on the south by Coral Springs, Parkland offers residents a lush, serene, park-like residential environment with true urban convenience. It is barely 20±-minutes by car to Fort Lauderdale International Airport, and 30±-minutes to the Broward Center for the Performing Arts or the eclectic shopping and fine dining options along vibrant Las Olas Boulevard.