10310 Wiles Road • 954-345-2200
This 13,000-square-foot facility is located in Betti Stradling Park, on the northwest corner of Wiles Road and Coral Springs Drive, and features a four-foot half-pipe, various height ramps and grinding equipment. Rollerbladers and skateboarders can use the park to practice their skills. Hours of operation for the Skate Park vary by season. During the school year, typical hours are Monday through Friday from 3 to 9 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Sunday from noon to 9 p.m.The daily fee is $3 for members, and $7 for non-members.To be a member, the yearly fee for residents is $40, which includes insurance. Members can purchase a ten-day pass for $25. To become a Skate club member, non-residents must have a Coral Springs non-resident card, which is $168 per fiscal year per family, plus the $40 membership fee. For more information, call the Coral Springs Skateboard Club at 954-3457528.
Coral Springs Teen Recreational Leagues
The City sponsors many teen recreational leagues, where teens from throughout the City can participate in organized sports leagues. The different sports offered include baseball, lacrosse, roller hockey, football, cheerleading, softball, basketball and soccer.
Coral Springs Gymnasium Teen Classes
2501 Coral Springs Drive • 954-345-2200 coralsprings.org/recreation/gymnasium
The Coral Springs Gymnasium hosts classes geared toward teens. There are a number of dance classes ranging from ballroom to belly dancing, break dancing to hip-hop and tap. There are karate and cardio kickboxing classes, plus many more. If you want to try your hand at design, there are classes for baking, chocolate design and scrapbooking.
coralsprings.org/recreation/aquatics • 954-345-2121
For teens who like the water environment, the City offers aquatic programs. Whether you like the backstroke or freestyle, the Coral Springs Swim Club covers them all. Other more team-oriented sports include synchronized swimming and water polo. There are also diving lessons and lifeguard training available.
The City of Coral Springs offers programs for children and adults with disabilities or special needs. Details are available for Boogie Down Dances, bowling, Saturday Social Club and the Kamp Kool Summer Camp.
Coral Springs Sportsplex
2575 Sportsplex Drive • sportsplexatcs.com
Incredible Ice, 3299 Sportsplex Drive • 954-341-9956
Aquatic Complex, 12441 Royal Palm Blvd. • 954-345-2121
Tennis Center, 2575 Sportsplex Drive • 954-344-1840
The Coral Springs Sportsplex is home to some of the best sporting facilities in Broward County. When the weather is hot, ice skating at Incredible Ice is a good way to cool off. The Sportsplex is also home to the Tennis Center where teens can channel their inner Andy Roddick or Serena Williams. Whether you want to learn how to swim or consider yourself an expert, the Aquatic Complex has pools for swimmers and divers of all levels.
1301 Coral Springs Drive • coralsprings.org/parks
Cypress Park is for teens who enjoy the outdoors. The park has a variety of fields for different sporting activities like soccer. The Jogging Park is vailable for anyone who likes to jog, run or sprint. The Outdoor Fitness Gym is a great way to add a little spice to an existing workout.
To beat summer boredom and have some fun, the city offers camps for teens. Kamp Kool is for sixth through eighth graders. Kamp Kool keeps kids busy through the camp’s special events, tournaments, games and field trips. For teens who need a little more excitement, there is a teen travel camp for students in sixth through ninth grades. The camp travels to different places like Boomers, Rapids Water Park, Gameworks and to movie theaters to see newly released movies.